Whether your living room style is traditional, transitional, contemporary or ultra modern, you can give a unique touch with a personalized color scheme. From beautiful wall colors to attractive furniture, this paint idea will take your space to the next level.
1. Charcoal Gray and Navy Blue Contemporary Living Room
Charcoal bricks and sea-blue walls are a brave combo that makes contemporary living rooms in this modern farmhouse by Minneapolis-based Andrew Flesher Interiors feel so warm and cozy. Green carpets, natural wood accents, and various furniture illuminate the room without damaging vibrations such as cocoons.
2. Monochromatic Living Room Blue Color Scheme
The client who owns this house asks the decor team at Turek Design based in New York City to create a dramatic space. Sticking to the monochromatic blue palette completes the work. Decorate the room is a brass accent to splash out for luxury. Items including floor lamps and wall-mounted fixtures appear beautifully in this blue-and-blue living room.
3. Orange, Blue, and Gray Contemporary Living Room
Ann Lowengart Interiors from San Anselmo, California enlivened the living room with fresh orange wallpapers and bright blue paintings. Bold colors set the stage for neutral furniture and gray zigzag carpets.
4. Black Forest Green and Cream Modern Rustic Living Room
Walls painted in the shade called Black Forest Green by Benjamin Moore put a gloomy round on the shiplap wall in this living room by Cuppett Architects. Dark colors provide the ideal background for cream-colored furniture.
5. Purple and Pink Traditional Living Room
You’re one of a kind, so it makes sense to have an equally unique living room. Here purple and pink make prominent statements in this space by Liz Caan and Company of Newton, Massachusetts. On the floor was a large purple carpet, with a trellis patterned by Stark Carpet. Wallpaper inspired by pink gemstones is by Phillip Jeffries.
6. Teal and White Midcentury Inspired Living Room
White and white are the colors of victory in the living room inspired by this medieval style by French interior designer Marion Alberge. Warm natural wood tones complete the primary color scheme.