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Simple Living Room Design Ideas

Hand-Picked Simple Living Room Design Ideas Collection

mid-century modern

Two-in-One Modern Mid-Century Living Room Space

mid-century modern

Stylish Modern Mid-Century Open Living and Dining Space

modern rustic

Monochromatic Modern Living Room with Rustic Touches and Bold Art

mid-century modern

Multi-Functional Mid-Century Modern Living Room with Office

modern farmhouse

Airy Farmhouse Style Living Room Perfect for Lounging

modern transitional

Geometric Museum-Inspired Modern Living Room

modern

Bright Modern Coastal Living Room

mid-century modern

Open and Simple Modern Mid-Century Living Room

modern rustic

Modern Rustic Living Room for Endless Conversations

modern rustic

Modern Rustic Living Room Centered Around the Fireplace

mid-century modern

Dramatic Monochromatic Mid-Century Living Room

scandinavian

Modern Urban Living Room with a Scandinavian Look

mid-century glam

Multi-functional Glam Living Room with Eclectic Touches

mid-century modern

Neutral Mid-Century Living Room with Royal-worthy Hints

modern traditional

Boho-Inspired Traditional Living Room with a Rustic Spanish Flare

modern rustic

Warm & Cozy Modern Rustic Living Room

coastal casual

Dreamy Coastal Transitional Guest Room with Plenty of Natural Light

mid-century modern

Vibrant Modern Mid-Century Living Room with Eclectic Touches

mid-century modern

Modern Mid-Century Living Room with Country Accents

traditional

Warm & Inviting Rustic Traditional Living Room

modern eclectic

Glamorous Modern Eclectic Studio Living Room

mid-century modern

Multi-Functional Open Mid-Century Modern Living Room Space

mid-century modern

Relaxing Mid-Century Living Room

bohemian

Sun-Drenched Boho Modern Living Room

modern minimalist

Monochromatic Modern Living Room with Contemporary Accents

modern eclectic

Dramatic Art-Deco Inspired Eclectic Living Room

mid-century modern

Ultra-Detailed Eclectic Glam Living Room with Tons of Personality

mid-century modern

A Mid-Century Small Living Room Designed to Maximize Space

contemporary

A Cozy Contemporary Living Room for Warm Conversations

modern farmhouse

Bright and Serene Modern Farmhouse Style Living Room

modern

Ready to Work At This Modern Functional Home Office

modern traditional

An Open Traditional Living Room for Family Gatherings

mid century

Traditional Mid-Century and Pastel Colors Maximize This Small Bedroom

modern eclectic

A Home Office/ Study Room for the Entire Family

mid-century glam

Blush Over This Mid-Century-Inspired Living Room

modern minimalist

Recreating The New Normal With a Studio Design

farmhouse

Ultra Cozy Farmhouse Style Living Room

rustic

Enjoy Restful Nights in This Dreamy Rustic Bedroom

scandinavian

A Scandinavian Living Room Designed to Host Your Jam Sessions

modern transitional

An Exquisite and Elegant Living Room Design with Neutral Tones

Frequently asked questions about this design style

Q. How should I decorate my living room?
Decorating one's living room can be quite daunting but we are here to make it simple for you. Gone are the days when the kitchen was referred to as the heart of every home. Make way for the new heart, which is your living room because it's where you spend most of your time relaxing, entertaining, conversing. That’s why it becomes important to create a space that is comfortable, looks great and invokes a sense of rest or relaxation. There are a whole bunch of things that come together harmoniously to create a living room—starting with the color of the walls, furniture, lighting, art, and area rugs if you are a fan. First, find out your decorating style and then start planning with what you have and slowly start adding things you want to see in your living room. Focal points, measurement, space, and balancing are things you must consider when you decorate a living room.
Q. What should every living room have?
Apart from good conversations, here are some essentials that every living room needs. A sofa that becomes your go-to spot for all conversation and socializing, a coffee table, a media unit for your television set and sound system, accent chairs that can move around, natural and artificial lighting, and wall art. If you have got the basics right, the rest of the decor comes easy. For finishing touches, dedicate a spot in your living room to display some pieces that reflect your personality.
Q. Which color is best for the living room?
There isn't just one color that is perfect for a living room. There are a range of colors you can work with to make the living room your favourite hangout spot. A good wall color is like the perfect punctuated sentence that ties back all the room elements together. There are neutral colors that open up the place in terms of space, colors that elevate the room's vibrancy, and then there are moody colors that set the tone for the whole house. So it becomes essential to understand what a particular color does to you. Popular shades are shades of white, beige, and cream. Some other popular colors are faded pink, burnt orange, and gold, turquoise, shades of green. In the end, always opting for a color that is inviting and pleasing goes a long way.
Q. What should I put on my living room walls?
An empty living room wall offers you endless possibilities to play with. There is no one right way to design a wall. But a great wall decor can instantly transform any house into a home. This is probably one of the best ways to display your personality without saying much, either through one large art that becomes the room's focal point or a gallery wall with multiple photo frames and small sized paintings. You can even hang mirrors. This automatically makes space feel bigger and brighter. Wall-mounted planters or hanging plates is another way to catch attention.
Q. What are the different living room designs?
There is no better project than designing your living room, especially when there are so many different styles to choose from. Each type dictates the tone of the entire house. Some of the popular living room design styles are Contemporary, Traditional, Transitional, Modern, Eclectic, Rustic, Scandinavian, Farmhouse, Midcentury, Industrial, and many more. Before you lock down on one design, it’s important to know your decorating style, and this will make your entire decorating experience hassle-free.
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