17 Creative Living Room Interior Design Ideas

17 Creative Living Room Interior Design Ideas

We at Decoist love a very good house tour! There’s one thing about getting an inside take a look at the artistic interiors of others. These areas encourage us on our personal design journeys. Today we spherical up 17 stellar dwelling rooms. Some of them belong to gifted bloggers, and a few belong to our favourite designers. Others are the houses of individuals such as you and me. People who love design and aren’t afraid to take possibilities. Check out the fascinating decor decisions under, then inform us about your favorites on the finish of the submit…

Unique Interior Design Ideas for Your Living Space

We start with the dwelling area of inside designer Nate Berkus (again when he lived in Chicago). This eclectic front room encompasses a vary of seems, from industrial shelving to gilded chairs. Berkus’ area reminds us that a few of the most fascinating interiors contain a mixture of types and items. [from Elle Decor]

Chicago apartment of Nate Berkus 17 Creative Living Room Interior Design Ideas

Chicago condo of Nate Berkus

Next we see a front room designed by Kelly Wearstler. One function that catches our eye: wall lights salvaged from a Roman cinema (at present hanging on both aspect of the fireside). Don’t hesitate to include items with their very own distinctive tales. It’s gadgets like these that give a spot true character! [from Architectural Digest]

Living room designed by Kelly Wearstler 17 Creative Living Room Interior Design Ideas

Living room designed by Kelly Wearstler

Anyone else an enormous fan of residence excursions a la Apartment Therapy? One such tour options the home of Cass & Carla, which boasts a set of rigorously chosen gadgets which might be unique of their fashion and design. Check out the layered soil of the terrarium. Note the feel of the pillow on the fashionable chair. Let the metallic wall sculpture assist your creativeness take flight. Delight in curating your area. It’s a privilege and a pleasure to have a spot of your personal!

Unique features from a home tour

Unique options from a house tour

Speaking of curating, don’t hesitate to piece collectively a gallery wall crammed with eye-catching artwork. This area from West Elm showcases a variety of fascinating items. Let your character and elegance information you in your accumulating endeavors, and don’t be too consumed with making each bit match right into a cohesive theme. Go with paintings that you simply love. If you’re true to your self, the items are more likely to mix and make sense.

Living room with a gallery wall

Living room with a gallery wall


Clean-lined furnishingsScandinavian Design Ideas for the Modern Living Room

We’re huge followers of the superb design showcased in West Elm pictures. They are full of unstated decor truths, similar to the truth that some areas are distinctive in the best way they incorporate saturated colours. The outcome: a wealthy look that will get observed. We can’t assist however revel within the blues and greens of this subsequent featured area:

Living room with saturated color

Living room with saturated shade

Festive weblog Oh Happy Day all the time evokes us with social gathering themes, DIY concepts and extra. We’re equally impressed by the lounge tour of blogger Jordan, who went with a bookstore vibe by displaying a variety of design and artwork books. Let your espresso desk maintain the studying supplies that encourage you in your artistic endeavors. This strategic design selection will say quite a bit about you and your fashion, and it’ll create a visually fascinating area crammed with intelligent concepts and lovely pictures ready to be uncovered…

Living room with coffee table books

Living room with espresso desk books

Anyone else blown away by the constant creativity of areas featured on Lonny? We’re loving the thought under, which illustrates how paintings may be displayed on bookshelves to hide extra “stuff” and maximize wall area. We love this picture a lot, we beforehand featured it in a Decoist publish on front room design concepts…

Artwork hangs over a living room bookshelf

Artwork hangs over a front room bookshelf

Here’s one other one among our favourite dwelling areas, this time from a earlier Decoist publish titled How to Decorate a Living Room. In addition to being stylish and alluring, this area reminds us that distinctive paintings and soothing tones can mix to create a very unforgettable room. [from Domicile Interior Design via Houzz]

A living room featuring a range of colors

A front room that includes a variety of colours

Is your dwelling space an uncommon form? Does it function a format that presents a real design dilemma? Why not glide and let the area information you in your design selections? Here we see how Sarah of Whoorl made probably the most of an extended front room. She included two seating areas! We love how she listened to the format of her area and made distinctive selections that honored the stream of the room. [photo by Jessie Webster for Whoorl]

Two sitting spaces in a large living room

Two sitting areas in a big front room

Another unconventional design selection? Arrange your furnishings in order that they face the window. Yes, the window. Rather than the tv! After all, when the home windows are as fabulous because the room under, it’s arduous to think about another format, isn’t it?! [from Lonny]

Living room with retro style

Living room with retro fashion

Short on area? No drawback. Layering and stacking could make an enormous distinction! This room featured in Lonny showcases methods akin to stacking books and layering paintings by leaning it towards the mantel. These methods make it attainable so that you can match extra gadgets into your area, all of the whereas including dimension and depth to the room.

Living room with layers of artwork and stacks of books

Living room with layers of paintings and stacks of books

Living Spaces That Creatively Showcase Retro Style

Many of in the present day’s featured areas (particularly the dwelling rooms of design bloggers) are likely to function retro furnishings, particularly Mid-Century trendy items. One useful piece of recommendation: Use what you have got. For instance, within the room under, we see how blogger Andrea McArdle included retro items, most of which as soon as belonged to family members. Don’t be afraid to make use of gadgets from the previous. By mixing them in with present finds, we give them new life.  [from A Beautiful Mess]

Retro living room with bright accents

Retro front room with brilliant accents

We can’t assist however be drawn to the minimalist look of the lounge featured within the picture under. This house tour of Monique Lavie’s place, initially featured on Apartment Therapy, illustrates the design magic that may occur when a couple of rigorously chosen items introduce shiny pops of colour into a contemporary area. For instance, take a look at the Knoll sofa under, reupholstered in a vivid blue. After all, typically much less is extra!

Minimalist living room with retro touches

Minimalist front room with retro touches

This Adkins townhome home tour from Apartment Therapy options nice pics, in addition to recommendation from Lalita Adkins about not dashing into purchases or transforming tasks. Take your time amassing gadgets you really love. Your creativity shall be revealed by means of every unforgettable discover!

Townhome living room

Townhome front room

We love following the adventures of bloggers Elsie and Emma from A Beautiful Mess. Below we see the lounge of Emma, which boasts black partitions that make every function within the room really stand out! Don’t be afraid of daring design decisions. Sometimes a design choice we’re initially afraid of creating can grow to be the only option we’ve ever made!

Black living room with retro modern style

Black front room with retro trendy fashion

The front room under is a little more classic than retro. In reality, this area belongs to blogger Sarah Sandidge, who hit thrift outlets and storage gross sales to seek out the treasures that grace her front room. Featured on A Beautiful Mess, this area is a superb reminder that delicate touches and fascinating textures may end up in probably the most artistic of interiors. [image by Janae Hardy]

Living room featuring vintage finds

Living room that includes classic finds

Cristina Cleveland’s Bring It Home collection on Camille Styles repeatedly spotlights beautiful interiors, then exhibits us how we will get an analogous look in our personal houses. If you’ve ever inherited a bit from a beloved one and questioned the way it will work in your area, the subsequent picture is for you. We see a conventional piano jazzed up with a headdress, in addition to an industrial photograph overhead. Sometimes unlikely decisions end in pure design magic. [image from Milk Magazine, photo by Karel Balas]

Living room with traditional and modern elements

Living room with conventional and trendy parts

Did any of the pictures above encourage you in your personal design endeavors? Share your ideas by leaving a remark under…