The living room is at the heart of the house in most cases. It’s where we welcome our guests, where we entertain them and where we spend time as a family. And while layouts and styles may differ, one things always remains the same: the comfort level and the welcoming ambiance which should characterize every rustic, industrial, traditional or modern living room.
This house is Trakai designed by Aketuri Architektai has a really lovely living room decor, with large windows, comfortable seating and bookshelves placed high above the windows where they take up zero floor space.
Cottage de Bordeaux by Boom Town features actual tree trunks used as décor elements in its living room. They keep the décor warm and balanced while also defining the dining space.
The views from this spacious and lavish living room are extraordinary thanks to the exposure to the terrace and the floor-to-ceiling windows. JAM Architects designed it in a way that allows the space to capture the Australian views without compromising their clients’ privacy.
It may not include a lot of furniture but this living room feels really cozy. The high floor-to-ceiling windows let in lots of natural light and the open floor plan connects it to the other social spaces but not without maintaining a sense of intimacy.
Designed to serve as the ideal entertainment and conversation space, this living room by Richard Meier is situated on the 9th floor of an iconic building in London from where it offers sweeping views through the floor-to-ceiling windows that surround it.
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