The table is positioned along the window with a pendant light above to offer plenty of light into the space.
Division is created in the space not by using walls or dividers, but by drawing the eye toward the large floor to ceiling bookshelves that run alongside the “living area” of the open floor plan.
Using Scandinavian style chairs, lighting with an antique flair, and a rich hardwood in a herringbone pattern, creates a luxurious feel in spite of its size with the use of vintage icons, like the mid-century modern clock and the Ejvind Johansson chairs.
Using consistent fabrics is a great way to make the room look put together, even when the footprint is small. Here with the use of green shades in the textiles and upholstery.
The sleek and modern take on the dining living room combo offers a sort of yin and yang with the use of black accents, the white sofa, and light natural woods and proves that black can be used without making the space feel cramped.
Using accent walls can create separation in smaller space. This light blue accent wall pairs perfectly with the nesting coffee table and chairs featured in the space.
Ample wall storage is a wonderful way to make the most of a small space, which we see here in the use of tuxedo cabinetry that runs from floor to the near top of the tall windows.
A subtle wallpaper print adds visual interest without crowding the walls with art, letting the bright furniture take center stage.
The console table with Rabbit lamps provides a makeshift room divider that separates out the dining from the living while the projector and screen helps in maintaining balance.
Window and door frames can also be a great place to tie in color accents. Pops of blue in the frames work beautifully with the plush sectional, modern accent chair, and boldly patterned rug.
A grey living room unlike many light natural toned paint scheme, paired with the light hardwoods and overhead lighting, makes the space feel very sleek and polished.
Again the use of furniture to create visual separation.The light gray modular sofa draws the eye toward the living area and large window while globe pendant lights make the dining area feel more apparent.
Drawing the eye upward toward the ceiling with a unique finish as a distraction to make the place feel bigger.
Vertical emphasis by cabinetry proving a statement accent wall with open shelving where the window drapery acts as a room separator.
The earthy studio apartment creates a sense of calm by using a layout that flows in terms of relaxation and positioning.
Monochromatic palettes with soft lighting can be a great way to create small space luxury.
Cozy touches in the form of throw blankets, a bag chair, and cute tea set in a much more casual and accessible setting is just enough to create an attractive living room.
Geometry can also be a powerful ally in creating a living and dining room combination that feels fresh. The geometric coffee table and narrow vertical built-ins are unexpected additions to anchor the room.
Mid-century modern touches give the overall design a contemporary feel. The mossy green sectional is particularly striking addition to the space.
This room emanates an earthy aura with its wood accents and neutral color palette. A coastal-inspired living room that flawlessly executes a neutrally colored design.
A fine Cottage in Modern decor. The rustic appeal of this layout is made possible by not only the larger elements like brick and wood, but also the smaller ones, such as the fur throw and mounted antlers.
A blue paneled wall contrasts against the bustling bookshelf to the right of this lively living room. Fun elements like the bright yellow cushions and checkered carpet are much welcome and give this space a youthful charm.
This little piece of paradise makes good use of natural wood, potted plants, and wicker to create a calming, coastal living room. To make sure that the spotlight stays on the beachy elements of this design, a simple white sectional couch has been used as seating.
An industrial loft with a fabulous open-concept living room, complete with concrete, brick, metal, and wood. To create a bit of division in this home, wooden crates were used behind the couch.
Industrial living rooms are great at emulating rustic charm. The large wooden propeller is an exceptional choice of statement art that really highlights the extra high loft ceilings.