Creating a cozy living room is all about creating an atmosphere of warmth and comfort. Interior designer Julia Kendell suggests using rich, deep colors to give an impression of warmth. Opt for deeper tones in your rug and consider adding a decorative wall in a warm tone to add a cosy feel. When it comes to designing the layout of a living room, an attractive fireplace is the much more elegant option than the television.
For those looking to make more significant changes, consider hiring a Denver Home Remodeling professional to help you create the perfect living space.A coffee table located in the center is ideal for storing drinks and reading material, but should not be an obstacle or hinder access to the sofa. Try to leave approximately 12 to 16 inches (30 to 40 cm) free space everywhere. In the living room of this London house by Emilie Fournet Interiors, a pair of vintage armchairs that don't match, tones of classic green paint, a handful of books and objects and textile details printed in red create a cozy and unpretentious place to spend nights at home that will never go out of style. A simple wooden console provides storage and creates a barrier between the seating area and the open space that surrounds it.
This bachelor living room from Will Brown Interiors has a classic Eames recliner softened with a faux leather blanket, warm gray walls, a mid-century sideboard, layered rugs, and some plants and flowers to add comfort. This Connecticut farmhouse living room by interior designer Kara Mann is just the right dose of comfort and elegance, with shelves integrated with books on the four lower shelves to add comfort and objects in neutral tones on the upper shelves to keep light. This Alvin Wayne living room has a neutral palette of white, black and wood tones, with a central seating area that floats in the center of the room that creates a comfortable and intimate meeting space. Sam Hood, creative director of Amara suggests looking for the softest wool blankets in thick, ribbed fabrics and synthetic leather cushions.
In this cozy space, fabric designer Vanessa Arbuthnott has decorated a variety of seating styles with a warm mix of orange Shibori and Lime Pretty Maids fabrics to create a space full of color and character. This Los Angeles living room by Stefani Stein has rustic ceiling beams, comfortable furniture, a mix of neutral and pastel details, and layered textiles that create a welcoming and relaxing meeting space. This A Beautiful Mess living room has a comfortable corner sectional, a furry pink rug, a Live Edge coffee table, and an amber glass vase that creates a warm and inviting atmosphere with a minimum of items. In this black living room, interior designer David Frazier has achieved maximum comfort by painting the walls, ceiling and carpentry in warm black and furnishing with velvet club chairs.
The built-in bookcases and multiple cocktail tables provide the storage and surface space needed to create a functional and inviting room. This charming hunting cabin from the 1920s in the canyons of Los Angeles, renovated by Leanne Ford Interiors, has a living environment with soft textures, cozy furniture, a mix of objects and lots of curves from tables to lighting that create an elegant and cozy oasis with a timeless touch. This Chatfield Design living room has a central fireplace and sloped ceiling that set the stage, while the symmetry of matching sofas and table lamps placed opposite each other creates a cozy seating area around the fireplace. Choose wisely when selecting your sectional as it can create comfort and sophistication at the same time.
This Jette Creative living room features an emerald green sectional that does just that. Decorating with delicately printed fabrics in different scales and colors is also an excellent way to create an inviting atmosphere in your living room.