Traditional does not mean boring – as evidenced by these wonderful ideas for traditional living room schemes. Find your perfect look and learn how to combine the scheme with our best choice of traditional family room design. Want something a little different? We have many ideas for modern living rooms and family rooms. If you are still unsure of your style, we have 100s of living room pictures that cover all trends to help you.
1. Festive blue living room with stockings hanging from a marble fireplace
Gray doesn’t have to be cold. In this living room, dark gray walls create a comfortable atmosphere. Stoves that burn wood and elegant marble fireplaces work together to create a central part that attracts attention. Festive green and orange pops add Christmassy to the room, without reducing the color scheme.
2. Green country living room with modern pink armchairs and brass wire coffee table
Wise green walls provide the perfect backdrop for Millenium pink chairs with brass legs and coordinated brass tables. The round coffee table is the right choice for connecting the living room – this encourages free traffic circulation.
3. Traditional country living room with rustic wooden floors and log burner
This living room has all the characteristics of a traditional rustic interior. From wood grains seen on real wood floors and exposed wood beams, to classic log burners. In contrast, the shape of a modern sofa adds contemporary excellence. Wooden rods create pots that are ideal for displaying flower books and coffee tables.
4. Neutral living room with cosy sofa and coffee table
The hero part of this room must be a super-soft sofa with versatile colors. Put a warmer neutral on the wall for a cocoon taste and add a large jigsaw-friendly coffee table that everyone can reach, rather than confusing space with a side table.
5. Denim blue living room with orange accents and striped armchair
If you already use white, gray or natural tones in your home, adding blue denim is the next step. Use to add soft colors, calm moods and a timeless style. This blue is the color you like best if you like the relaxed country style or the smart look inspired by the Hamptons. Soft orange accessories look splendidly against saturated colors.
6. Woodland-inspired living room with lilac sofa, floral feature wall and cosy textures
The combination of luxurious textures together to create a comfortable living room. Start with a dirty purple couch and add Woolen blankets and cute jungle animal pillows. Introduce woven rugs and cream colored luggage tables, and complete the look with fresh flowers to liven up flower wallpapers.
7. Earthy coral living room with neutral sofa
This understated pink and orange is just a little distance from the neutral color, making it very easy to use. Try it in a room that requires a little warmth and tenderness. This look is suitable for natural textures, so accessorise with linen, weaving, velvet and coarse craftsman ceramics.
8. Traditional seating area with wooden beams
On a property with logs like this, you might say that you don’t need to make it special anymore. That may be true, but there is no reason to let the focus point of the strike make you not use color. The bright chairs and rugs here, plus all the artwork, are very pampering.