By Verene Samuel. Living Room Design. Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 17:53:28 PM.
Contemporary and traditional styles blend seamlessly in this transitional living room. Classic architectural details, like the crown molding and wainscoting are painting a soothing gray. A Chesterfield sofa combines with comfortable armchairs and a Lucite coffee table for a cozy seating area.
An easy way to add a designer touch to your living room is a new pair of lamps. On trend, but classic, mercury glass table lamps have an Old World glamour that allows them to fit in with most styles, from contemporary to traditional.
Making the most of natural light is a great way to keep a room feeling vibrant and lively and can even help a space feel larger than it actually is. Here, a run of sliding doors leads directly on to a patio area, providing a seamless connection to the outdoors while, inside, neutral tones are enlivened with a pop of vibrant pink.
In this eclectic living room, designer Betty Wasserman uses low furniture to make the space more welcoming for even the smallest family members. The round coffee table and cushy area rug ensure the floor is a comfy spot for watching TV and eating popcorn while jelly-bean-shaped stools add another fun kid-sized seating option.
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