Probably the most spectacular interior of the house is the living room. Think about it: if you could only choose one room in your home to put your heart and soul into designing, the living room would top the list. It’s that treasured space that sets the tone for your entire decorating style. And what’s the star in the space? You’re right: sofas. That’s why this piece is particularly highlighted on Home Inspiration Ideas today.
From open plan-ostentatious to small & practical, the variety in this category can be overwhelming for those trying to decide on a single living room with an amazing sofa. Each interior in this section is guaranteed to make an impression and help with your livign room decorating plans. We take pride in our selections of the best living rooms out there with the most amazing pieces. We are giving you 50 ideas to decorate your home.
You do not have to stick with only one model, type or style. You can very well combine and make a great design, like the one above, where you can see diversity.
Modern interior design derives its influences from the modern art movement that preceded modern style. In painting, Modernism began with the Impressionists and others who used abstraction. The one above and the five pictures below show you stunning modern living rooms where the modern lines makes the difference in the ambient.
A leather black: isn’t it perfect?
Play with color and style and make a great design.
There is no elegance as with white.
If you have a large living room, it’s easier for you to place these stuff. In a symmetric design or not, display your couch.
In this modern living space the sofas placed in front of each other give a very cozy feeling to the room.
A traditional, with the right pieces for its style.
An ornate, fanciful and decorative set is characteristic of French interior design. Colors range from rich, sun-drenched Mediterranean hues to softer, muted shades. When it comes to fruniture usually includes French royal antiques or heirlooms. And see how it plays the central role in this one. Beautiful!
You can have two different models to complete your living room. See how the two sofas above work perfectly together?
For a large lounging area, this type is perfect!
This tufted grey piece is simple, yet amazing. The industrial works greatly in both examples above and below!
Industrial interior design is popular for decorating lofts and old buildings converted into living spaces, although it can be used for traditional apartments and houses too. What you need for this style is to create an illusion of rough surfaces and materials that suggest an industrial past.
Minimalist is one of the architectural centerpieces of the 20th century. Spare and streamlined while still being inviting, minimalism is charming in almost any space. With less clutter to wade through and mentally process, the innate beauty of each piece of furniture or art in the home really starts to stand out.
Here is another great example of how two different models can be arranged together. They function very well together.
Aren’t you in love with this vintage piece? Together with that rug, artwork and unmistakable bohemian chic spirit — you should be sold.
Tip: Keep it simple. A vibrant work well against neutral walls, such as white or dark gray.
The weight and texture of a fabric is key — choosing a similar type of fabric for accent pillows, poufs and chairs can help make your striped sofa fit in.
Remember to keep the other pieces in the room fairly simple so they won’t compete with your big statement sofa. Also, carry the color you choose throughout the room so that it doesn’t stick out.
When choosing your sofa or armchair, consider the shape and style and how it can incorporate with the rest of your interior. And, of course, take time to sit in it – comfort is always key.
There’s no point in wearing a perfectly cut suit that does not allow you to bend at the elbows or knees – comfort is important. Source sofas to suit the proportions of the room – you don’t want the buttons to be bigger than the pocket, so for a large room, opt for large. It can be soft and generous, but to make it look tailored, team it with a large scale and structured coffee table with a clean finish in marble or metal.
If you have kids and a neutral sofa sounds like an invitation to disaster, consider a darker colour or one with a subtle overall pattern. As a rule, synthetic fabrics are more durable, colourfast and cleanable.
Try a backless one In an open-plan space, sometimes the best position for the sofa is not on the wall but in the middle of the room. But unless your sofa is quite small (see previous photo), the piece in the middle of a small room can really gobble up space.
Consider the proportions of the room and determine what height, length and depth of sofa would look best in the space.
Choose a sofa that complements your decor. If your interior is traditional, look for one with rolled arms, a contoured back, skirting or tufted cushions. Contemporary pieces tend to have cleaner lines, fewer flourishes and understated upholstery.
A second sofa gives friends and family a spot for gathering and lounging in front of the fireplace or TV.
As far as sofas for your room are concerned, you can’t go wrong with a low-profile, streamlined, white-slip-covered.
You may have always relied on a huge sofa to seat your family, but if your youngest child has just flown the nest, a smaller design might suit. Think, too, about how often the whole family will congregate in your new home. If the answer is infrequently, there is no need to factor in masses of seating. It can be supplemented with an easy chair moved in from another room may be enough.
Simple and low profile: The light tone against the medium gray walls will allow for your accent color to have major impact. This will also be a big factor in avoiding the dull office aesthetic you’re trying to stay away from.
Sofas generally come with one of two types of backs: a pillow back, which has removable cushions or pillows along the rear; or a tight back, in which the upholstery is tailored to the contours of the sofa’s back.
This is a time-honored arrangement: a sofa and a chair at a 90-degree angle with a side table serving both. A large upholstered ottoman does triple duty as a coffee table, extra seating and a footrest.
Hunt around at auctions and in second hand stores – for example, a sofa can be restuffed and recovered. If you want to constantly be updating your look, a great quality piece will always hold a heap of pillows and throws beautifully. An expensive cushion will always look cheaper on an inferior piece.
Seating space. If you plan to spend a lot of time lying on the sofa for reading or naps, make sure it has enough space between the arms.
The 3 seat above helps you make the most of your living room and looks amazing in the design.
Spanish interior design is a vibrant, colorful Mediterranean style that brings to mind rustic villas, sunny patios and an old-fashioned, solid sense of family. Unlike others, Spanish decor is fairly easy to achieve in your own home. The leather sofas are very typical.
Tuscan interior design draws its inspirations from old rustic villages in Italy. Tuscan interiors feature a rustic, sun-baked look characterized by stone patios; sturdy furnishings with elegant iron accents; terra-cotta tiles; textured wall finishes; elegant, detailed murals and trompe l’oeil. The upholstered sofas are just beautiful.
Victorian interior design draws its roots from the Industrial Revolution which had a dramatic impact on design during the era, increasing the prosperity of the middle class and allowing them to improve and upgrade the decor of their homes. See how they look just amazing in this interior style too?
Traditional interior design reflects classic European decor. Trademarks of this generally include deep wood tones, architectural details, and elegant furnishings. This is quite versatile and can be combined with other interior elements to create a unique look in a room. It’s simple but great.
Southwestern interior design mainly captures the environment and heritage of the New Mexico and Arizona areas. Natural elements and colors and accents inspired by the Spaniards, Mexicans and Native American Indians are distinctive of Southwestern interior design. Flat roofs, open floor plans and extensive courtyards and gardens are hallmarks of a Southwestern home. Here’s how you can find your perfect for this interior style.
Gothic interior is characterized by dark colors for the walls, ceilings and floors. However, you generally want a large open space with this style because you can make a small space look and feel even more cramped with Gothic interior. It can create discomfort for some guests and occupants in the house, but Gothic style can also deliver an immense atmosphere of luxury and mystique. To easy it, instead of a dark sofa, you can use a smooth tone yours.
The Art Nouveau movement began seeding its roots as early as the 1890’s among those looking to shift from the heavy Victorian era of decorating. The elements of Art Nouveau mainly include hardwood, Tiffany lamps and furniture with stylized flowers, leaves, buds and roots. This piece is stunning, right?
Japanese interior design inspires the simplistic, natural essence found in minimalist architecture and Zen. Line, form, space, light and material are but a few of the essential elements central to this widely popular aesthetic. And you can find all that in this as well.
Moroccan interior design invites the rich colors of the Middle East, dynamic contrasts, traditional patterns, and the uniqueness of Moroccan decorations and accessories into your home. Vibrant colors of red and rich orange inspired by African sunsets, green and blue found in the shimmering Mediterranean, tones of gold, light brown, yellow and silver from the surrounding desert create a tropical atmosphere by bringing each element into the home.
Shabby Chic interior design presents a soft, feminine feel that differentiates this look from other vintage. It is a uniquely romantic way of decorating that first originated in the the 1980’s in the United Kingdom. If that’s your style, a white sofa will look gorgeous!
Scandinavian modern is centered around warm functionality, clean lines, flawless craftsmanship and understated elegance. What could be more sophisticated than a black sofa?
Rustic interior design creates an eclectic look that emphasizes nature: homespun, timeworn, handcrafted, distressed items, constructed of natural materials or finished in a natural hue.
Arabian Interior consists of ornate print, silk fabric, Persian rugs and lamp shades. This is an important part of the whole living room.
Vintage interior design is all about creating a sense of charm and history through old eclectic pieces. By adding antiques, like a recovered center table or a designed couch, collectibles, flea market finds, and estate sale items you can develop a vintage atmosphere.
Art Deco interior design is mainly associated with the World War I to World War II time periods. It’s one that’s the embodiment of the Roaring 20’s, exuding bold and flashy. See the pieces? It borders on the bombastic yet maintains a fundamental elegance.
The Arts and Crafts movement took off around the turn of the 20th century. This interior style is characterized by wood and leather. Wood it is the single most important element and it largely informs the emphasis on natural, organic beauty that defines this decorating approach. You’ll almost never see painted wood in an Arts and Crafts interior — instead, the focus is on rich stains that preserve and showcase the natural beauty of the grain. This leather brown is a great example of what to use with this one.
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