No matter what size a home, the living room is a meeting place. It’s a central location where people can relax, chat, and enjoy each other’s company. The living rooms in this post take that idea to another level but do so in many different ways. From plush furnishings to sleek and simple angles, each reflects a designer’s vision at every angle.
White walls may seem plain, but here they make the living room bigger and more modern while sparse furniture create an open feeling.
The floor to ceiling windows in this living room makes it feel almost like a luxurious aquarium, looking out on the much larger world.
Although this high-rise apartment is stories above the ground, light wood and linen upholstery make it feel like a beach house in the sky.
Even the most modern living room needs a sofa. This low, white sectional is practical and comfortable without sacrificing style.
The contrast of exposed dark wood and clean white walls give this living room a rustic yet cozy feeling.
The funky, risky upholstery on these large chairs is mismatched, making the living room feel comfortable and bohemian.
Hanging light fixtures at regular intervals ensures this sunny living room feels sunny at every time of day.
A grown up answer to the bean bag chair, these unstructured sofas are ready for sinking into and staying for hours on end.
Dark carpeting and sectioned off areas make this hotel lobby feel like an expansive and opulent living room.
A modern living room doesn’t need a lot of square footage to feel spacious. The clean angles in this room make it clean and welcoming if a bit smaller.
Nestled beneath the second floor landing, the leather sofa and art photography in this living room scream “bachelor pad.”
More artsy than high art, this simple living room could easily find its home in an urban loft.
With glass doors opening up onto a lush garden, its easy to let in tons of light and air without leaving the comfort of this modern sofa.