Sit Back and Relax in These Chic Living Room Designs
Gather in style and sophistication.
As the home’s centerpiece, the living room is a reflection of our desire to gather. Shared focal points, like the fireplace and television, and communal seating, cultivate togetherness. The room is an architectural expression of the household, and the shared identities of its residents. A place to share laughter, joy, and plenty of tasty recipes, the living room is used in more ways than you might think. Functioning as a cinema, a dining room, a sanctuary, and a party venue, it has few limitations.
The living room is a versatile gathering space. Whether serene and minimalist, or quirky and eclectic, any style can offer the perfect space to congregate with loved ones.
See full list below.
This Southport residence features a cozy spot for family game nights. Get the dice rolling and lounge on this plush sectional covered in a Loro Piana fabric. An Eric Appel coffee table can even serve up refreshments or homemade dishes. (Featured in CTC&G, May 2020 issue)
In this family room, a Vanguard sofa in a Delany & Long fabric invites members of the household to gather. A pair of chairs from Lexington Home Brands offer additional seating. (Featured in CTC&G, February 2021 issue)
The living room of this Dutch Colonial in New Canaan features a pair of occasional chairs swathed in lilac mohair velvet by Rogers & Goffigon. Love seats by interior designer Kerry Hanson parallel a coffee table from Bunny Williams Home. The area rug is through Stark. (Featured in CTC&G, January 2020 issue)
This space flaunts a seamless blend of bold prints. Residents can binge-watch their favorite show, luxuriating on this stylish set of green sofas, or kicking back on a tiger-striped accent chair. (Featured in CTC&G, February 2021 issue)
This home in Mexico features pieces from around the globe. An antique Chinese leather screen hangs above a Carlyle sofa, slipper chairs covered in a Donghia velvet, and a Syrian table. (Featured in NYC&G, December 2018 issue)
This living room boasts a pair of American-made Lee Industries sofas upholstered with fabric from Kravet. A Serena & Lily coffee table and decorative houseplants complete the summery look. (Featured in CTC&G, February 2020 issue)
Fit for family movie nights, this minimalist living room offers ample space to take a seat and enjoy the featured film. (Featured in NYC&G, April 2020 issue)
An unexpected pop of green and pink add interest to this otherwise neutral space. Residents can cozy up by the fireplace from the comfort of this eye-catching sofa. (Featured in NYC&G, October 2018 issue)
A Pierre Paulin Dos à Dos banquette from Ralph Pucci and ultramarine end tables by Donald Judd lend dramatic contrast to a pair of Vico Magistretti Raffles sofas from 1988. (Featured in HC&G, June 2020 issue)
This dream home in Bali features hand-woven rattan pendants to hang above a built-in sofa in the open-plan living and dining area. Residents can luxuriate in a plethora of pillows whilst basking in the tropical sunlight. (Featured in NYC&G, March/April 2021)
This New York apartment is sophisticated, yet livable. What better space to enjoy a family staycation? (Featured in NYC&G, October 2019 issue)
This historic Hamptons home is the perfect family getaway. Beautifully furnished, the living room’s custom Jonas sofa is covered in a Perennials fabric. The accent pillows are by interior designer Jennifer Garrigues and the table lamps are from Lorin Marsh. (Featured in HC&G, July 2021 issue)
These chairs boast a patriotic palette of red, white, and blue. A Lee Industries sofa covered in a Les Indiennes fabric from Quadrille is also framed by coral-red Christopher Spitzmiller table lamps. (Featured in HC&G, June 2017 issue)
Sam Allen designed this cozy living room, using Loro Piana cashmere to cover a pair of armchairs, Phillip Jeffries grasscloth on the walls, and a sofa accented with vintage Suzani throw pillows. The union of warm and cool tones creates a beautiful space to enjoy the company of loved ones. (Featured in CTC&G, January 2018 issue)