When designing and decorating a living room, it is never a bad idea to go totally creative. You may be inspired by some wonderful living room designs shared by the awesome designers out there, but bear in mind that your space should be the one that reflects your personality. Personalized the design and decoration, and make the space your own! Below are some of the most inspiring and creative living room ideas to show you how it is never a bad idea to go creative at all.
This living room has the simplicity of a modern mid-century design that embraces the choice of neutral color scheme and creates the bright, airy feel. Dominated in white, the choice of black accent and wooden element helps bring in the sense of comfort and warmth. However, our most favorite thing about this living room is its architectural structure where the details are kept clean-lined and sharp, but the shape of furniture pieces somewhat helps to soften the angularity.
Add a pop of color! This is never a bad choice especially when your living room is dominated in neutrals. Just take a look at this airy room where the bright white color scheme is paired not only with the gorgeous wooden flooring, but also the fresh blue sofa sitting right at the center of the space. What a way to make the seating instantly noticeable, right?
Meanwhile, in this also airy modern mid-century living room, the colors are simply incorporated through the wall decoration. However, what we truly adore from this living room interior design is the choice of furniture pieces. Mostly showcasing the thin and slim legs, see how the whole open living area may appear truly spacious regardless of its relatively smaller size.
In this ultra-modern living room, the shiny, sleek surfaces are matched perfectly by the leather purple L-shape seating, tucked perfectly to optimize the corner spot. However, the purple splash isn’t the only color we can see here for there is the bold red accent to decorate the wall!
In this living room, the choice of gray interior color palette is brilliantly incorporated through the concrete material forming the walls and even flooring. Various shades of gray are also added through the sofa and chair, as well as the tall curtain and sculptural lighting and wall decoration. Aside from the gorgeous dark navy blue accent chair, the punch of mustard yellow creates an unexpected and fun detail to make this living room truly inviting.
These two rooms show the wonderful varieties of how embracing neutral color scheme without having to stick with black and white. Well, just take a look at the choice of deep gray that somewhat still goes along perfectly with the bright and airy theme of the room. Again, you can see the smart choice of furniture pieces featuring slim and thin legs to open up the space, thus keeping this smaller living area visually more spacious.
On the other hand, neutrals can also help you create the warm appeal for a truly inviting look. Rather than stark white, opt for the creamy or off-white that will blend seamlessly with the wooden tone and gray color splash. Plus, see also the creative wall decoration you can actually DIY for a more affordable decorating solution.
This loft apartment truly knows how to benefit from its original architectural dimension, where the oversized clock forms the window while forming the focal point for the living room. Your apartment doesn’t have to feature the same architectural detail; this one shows that the original and even antique element can make a strong point even though you lean towards the more modern design for your interior. See how the antique clock design blends stylishly in this minimalistic space.
The classic interior and architectural designs are taken to a whole different level, thanks to the minimalist approach and simplistic black and white color scheme. Both artistic and fascinating, you will find the sculptural design displayed by the furniture pieces too irresistible to ignore, especially the round wood coffee table!
What about dark interior style? While it’s true that this one is truly challenging, it doesn’t mean going dark is a bad idea! Embracing the industrial style as reflected on the material covering the walls and ceiling, the dark color splashes are used for practically everything. Even so, you can still see how pop of bright color helps add the fun while the tall windows bring in the light, keeping the room from being visually reduced.