Whether your living room’s style is traditional, transitional, contemporary, or ultra modern, you can give it a unique twist with a personalized color scheme. From beautiful wall colors to eye-catching furnishings these ideas will take your space to your next level.
The clients who own this home asked the decorating team at Turek Design based in New York City to create a dramatic space. Sticking to a monochromatic blue palette got the job done. Dotting the room are brass accents for splashes for glitz. Items including the floor lamp and wall mounted light fixtures pop beautifully in this blue-on-blue living room.
Charcoal brick and navy blue walls together are the bold combo that makes this contemporary living room in a modern farmhouse by Minneapolis based Andrew Flesher Interiors feel so warm and cozy. The green rug, natural wood accents, and multihued furniture lighten up the room without spoiling the cocoon-like vibe.
Walls painted a shade called Black Forest Green by Benjamin Moore put a moody spin on the shiplap walls in this living room by Cuppett Architects. The dark color provides an ideal backdrop for the cream-colored furnishings.
Ann Lowengart Interiors out of San Anselmo, California enlivened this living room with fresh orange wallpaper and a bright, blue painting. The bold colors set the stage for the neutral furniture and gray, zigzag carpeting.
You are one of a kind, so it makes sense to have a living room that is just as unique. Here purple and pink create a standout statement in this space by Liz Caan and Company out of Newton, Massachusetts. On the floor is a purple, trellis-patterned large area rug by Stark Carpet. The pink gemstone inspired wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries.
This lovely Brooklyn town house featured on real estate and architecture news site 6sqft is brimming with cheery pops of color. The apple green walls in the living room set the stage for the teal midcentury furnishings.
Walls painted Tissue Pink by Benjamin Moore provide a soft backdrop for striking brown furnishings and a colorful rug in this boho retreat by Havenly an online interior designer service.
Teal and white are the winning hues in this midcentury-inspired living room by French interior designer Marion Alberge. Warm natural wood tones complement the primary color scheme.
Analogous hues, like red and purple, sit next to one another on the color wheel. So it makes sense that shades like these coordinate together beautifully as shown in this living room by Anouska Tamony Designs based in London.
This Scandinavian chic living room spotted on Alvhem Makleri balances both cool and warm shades of white with brown leather tones. The result is a sophisticated space that does not feel overdone or fussy.