The living room is one of the focal areas in the home for gathering. It’s where you go to kick up your feet, relax, and enjoy the company of others. With that in mind, you’ll still want the room to match your design aesthetic and personality.
If you have a lot of space to furnish, don’t fret. We have compiled a list of 55 huge living room ideas to help you create the space you’ve always wanted. So, let’s get to it!
1. Minimalistic Vibes
Use chic, minimalistic decor in the living room to make a statement. Texture-rich furniture and a Turkish area rug provide a wealth of style.
2. Cozy Traditional
The matching swivel chairs add symmetry to the room. All of the fabrics and colors used in the space complement each other well and foster a sense of warmth.
3. Fresh White
White is a pure, fresh color. The color helps to make the room appear more wide open and spacious. Make a crisp, clean area with the help of the bright hue.
4. Accent Color
An excellent way to add color to your monochromatic color scheme is with a vibrant hue like this hot pink tone.
5. Soothing Grey
It’s undeniable that grey hues are soothing and gentle. Add these colors to your style scheme for a calm look. Various potted greenery keeps the atmosphere fresh.
6. Brown Leather
Leather is a popular and highly desired material for warm, cozy furniture. It’s a durable, classy choice.
7. Entryway Living Room
If your living room falls directly in front of the entryway, ensure that the room is warm and inviting.
8. Open Spaces
High ceilings and a wall full of windows allow a wealth of natural light to flood into the room.
In a large space, use a lot of texture-rich fabrics, materials, and furniture. It creates deep interest in the room.
10. Indoor/Outdoor Living
If your house allows it, create a seamless indoor/outdoor living room with the installation of an immensely wide sliding glass door. Enjoy the weather from wherever you relax.
11. Sleek Finishes
Tie the room together with a collection of sleek accent pieces and materials. Notice how the metalwork coffee table matches the side tables and complements the pair of slipper chairs.
12. Scandinavian Style
Stay true to your home’s aesthetic as you decorate and furnish your living room. This Scandinavian style home incorporates organic materials, natural light, light-colored wood, and open spaces into the living room.
13. Modern Industrial
Make your living room an inviting yet intriguing space with carefully selected furniture and colors. A large sectional couch fills the room nicely.
Turn your furniture to face the TV and entertainment center. Position it with enough space to easily watch TV.
15. Simple Yet Stunning
In a room with a wall full of windows, you won’t even need to worry about wall decor. Let the furniture do the talking in this space.
16. All About Accents
Decorative accent pieces can put the finishing touch on any room. Take care to place items on the coffee table, side tables, and on the shelves.
17. Conducive To Conversation
Use your space wisely and design the area with conversation in mind. Turn the furniture to face each other and center it around a coffee table.
18. Color Blocking
Color block your furniture to create a modern look. Position the couch between the dining area and living room to create some separation.
19. Eclectic Design
The eclectic design combines a few different styles to craft an interesting yet appealing aesthetic. Let your creativity run wild in the living room.
20. Sitting Area
Create two separate living areas in the large room. Place a large sectional sofa in one corner with a coffee table. Then place a pair of chairs with a side table near the wall for a more intimate conversation setting.
21. Muted Tones
Muted colors are soothing to the eye and create a cohesive look in the living room.
22. Geometric Patterns
Complement the geometric patterns of the home’s architecture with soft leather furniture and indoor foliage.
23. Coffee Tables
An excellent way to fill the space in a large living room is with the help of multiple coffee tables.
24. Separate Spaces
In a large room, you can create two separate sitting areas like seen in this photo.
25. Open Floor Plan
An open floor plan eliminates the formal separation between certain rooms to create one large “great room.” The fireplace in this home forms a level of separation between rooms.
26. Fab Features
Fabulous features can really make the room look that much more captivating.
27. Bare Necessities
Keep it simple with your decorating and adopt the mindset of “less is more.”
28. Area Rug Statement
Pick out an area rug that adds a nice pop of color and texture to the room. Ensure that it keeps consistent with the room’s style for a cohesive look.
29. Long And Narrow
In a long, narrow room, use a large sectional couch to fill in the space.
30. Opulent Decor
If it’s your style, don’t shy away from some opulent decor. Use a ton of rich colors, textures, and materials.
31. Chesterfield Sofa
Without a doubt, a chesterfield sofa offers a touch of sophistication to the room. Coordinate your other items and furniture around the piece.
32. Wooden Features
It’s a well-known fact that wood brings warmth and a soothing sense to any room. Use light-colored furniture in a room full of medium to dark wood.
33. Modern Elegance
Sleek furniture, clean lines, and organic materials and color form the perfect balance of modern elegance.
34. Cozy Cabin
In a cozy cabin, you’ll want to make sure your furniture matches the aesthetic. Worn leather, plush throw pillows, and a southwestern rug do the trick.
35. Throw Pillows
Throw pillows are a wonderful way to increase the aesthetic of the room and make the sofa cuter and more comfortable.
36. L-Shaped Sofa
An L-shaped sofa differentiates the living room from the other common spaces in the home.
37. Material Contrast
In a large room full of marble, stone, and other smooth surfaces, leather offers a welcome contrast.
38. Twin Couches
Place two matching couches on each side of a coffee table for an inviting, symmetrical look.
39. Fun Shapes
With a large living room, don’t be afraid to experiment with uniquely shaped and colored furniture.
40. Fabulous Lighting
Let the lighting speak volumes for the design and aesthetic of the living room.
41. Sheer Elegance
Glossy marble floors, a baby grand piano, and a curved staircase ooze elegance. Pick out furniture with curves and luxurious material and patterns to match the style.
42. Formal Flair
If you like to keep things more formal, don’t shy away from placing a baby grand piano in the room. This will automatically increase the formality of the room.
43. Cushioned Ottoman
Instead of a traditional coffee table, go for a cushioned ottoman. This piece proves versatile in the living room.
44. Industrial Vibes
Industrial style is an intriguing mix of concrete surfaces, reclaimed wood, metal surfaces, exposed brick, and vintage furniture and accessories. Combine these features for an unforgettable living room.
45. Creative Spaces
Channel your inner creativity as you design the space. This couch consists of two long cushions placed on top of painted pallets. The other furniture is also made from upcycled pallets.
46. Peachy Keen
A large peach-colored sectional livens up the room with its sweet color. It’s a great way to add dimension to the space.
47. Contrasting Tones
Contrast the dark tones of the walls and floors of the room with light-colored furniture. It makes for a very moody aesthetic.
Even without a wall separating rooms, you can create a clear separation by leaving a wide walkway between the living room furniture and the kitchen area.
Overstuffed furniture is so comfortable, you’ll never want to get up. For the ultimate inviting living room, utilize this type of furniture.
50. Earth Tones
Earth tones make up the ideal natural color palette that fosters a feeling of peace, relaxation, and warmth.
51. Shelf Space
Take advantage of shelving in your large living room. Tuck away those unsightly items to keep the room neat and organized.
52. Soothing Tones
The color combination of greys, blues, and creams creates such a soothing setting.
53. Sofa Table
Sofa tables nearly match the sofa in height. It’s a great piece of furniture to finish the look of the room and house additional decorative items.
54. Fireplace Focal Point
If you have a fireplace in your living room, let it serve as a cozy focal point. Position an assortment of furniture in a semi-circle around it.
55. Abundance Of Furniture
If comfort and conversation are two priorities in your living room design, look no further than this example.