Narrow Living Room
Small transitional living room photo in London with gray walls
Small but cozy. Nice muted colors that add a touch of fun flair - gaby_reddall
Inspiration for a small transitional formal and open concept ceramic floor living room remodel in London with beige walls
Narrow room with bookcase/sofa table divider - jvaruso
Inspiration for a patio remodel in DC Metro
Example of a trendy living room design in Sydney with white walls
look at rug for a long and narrow room. It just works better this way - barbeem
Ryan Moffat - Riverstone Imaging
Example of a small classic living room design in Toronto with beige walls
Inexpensive rug, mismatched chair and stool, subtle color palette - reminds me of sues living room in bath - tedrao
Trendy enclosed carpeted living room photo in London with white walls
Sectional for narrow living room - faarons
Hélène Dabrowski Interiors
Photo by Helen Jermyn
Living room - transitional living room idea in London
バンブープライバシー取り方 - webuser_920473203
Designed by Jamie Thibeault
Photo Copyright (c) Julie Megnia Photography (www.juliemegniaphotography.com)
Inspiration for a contemporary kitchen remodel in Boston with stainless steel appliances
like the use of marble and wood to create a fireplace - camlove_smith
Living room and entry hall.
Photography by Marco Valencia.
Elegant living room photo in New York with yellow walls
Benjamin in n Moore oc 85 mayonnaise - shufftpc
The living room was restored to be a bright and crisply appointed space for entertaining and music. The original douglas fir flooring was refinished and complimented by the pale green painted trim.
Photographer: Bruce Damonte
How to incorporate upright piano in a small living room - charleneguy95
Clingerman Doors - Wood Garage Doors
Inspiration for a contemporary garage remodel in DC Metro
Kitchen/dining room combo - eclectic painted wood floor and white floor kitchen/dining room combo idea in London with white walls
If this were a windowless basement...the long table, rug, adjacent to a bright clean workspace makes you forget the rest of the world - kerenohr
To dwell and establish connections with a place is a basic human necessity often combined, amongst other things, with light and is performed in association with the elements that generate it, be they natural or artificial. And in the renovation of this purpose-built first floor flat in a quiet residential street in Kennington, the use of light in its varied forms is adopted to modulate the space and create a brand new dwelling, adapted to modern living standards.
From the intentionally darkened entrance lobby at the lower ground floor – as seen in Mackintosh’s Hill House – one is led to a brighter upper level where the insertion of wide pivot doors creates a flexible open plan centred around an unfinished plaster box-like pod. Kitchen and living room are connected and use a stair balustrade that doubles as a bench seat; this allows the landing to become an extension of the kitchen/dining area - rather than being merely circulation space – with a new external view towards the landscaped terrace at the rear.
The attic space is converted: a modernist black box, clad in natural slate tiles and with a wide sliding window, is inserted in the rear roof slope to accommodate a bedroom and a bathroom.
A new relationship can eventually be established with all new and existing exterior openings, now visible from the former landing space: traditional timber sash windows are re-introduced to replace unsightly UPVC frames, and skylights are put in to direct one’s view outwards and upwards.
photo: Gianluca Maver
Long living room with hidden TV - annefeczko
Example of a trendy limestone floor living room design in London
Built ins - liz_pierce8855535
Alex Maguire Photography
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary gray floor living room remodel in London with white walls
Low arm and back, removable cushions, has legs - deborah_welch80
Example of an urban living room design in Minneapolis
Just wanted you to see; in this long narrow living room they used 3 coordinating rugs and a few different conversation areas. Only one if was patterned and the others solid to your eyes have some place to rest. - newliferestorations
This condominium in Portland, Oregon's Pearl District was designed to showcase art collected by the owner. Bright orange is the main accent color. A deep, soft gray wool rug from West Elm provides texture under the cream leather sectional. Large painting above the sofa is by the designer, Pangaea. The custom silver wall treatment above the fireplace is also by Pangaea.
furniture arrangement. pullout/convertable couch - paige_crosswhite
This living room was inspired by the love of neutrals and an urge from the client to incorporate pops of colour.
Yellow and Gray was our launch palette. We soon found lovely visuals, to support our mission. We kept the furniture calm and serene then punched each piece with pops of fun sunshine yellow!!
I know if you read my descriptions Yet again one of my favorite projects!!! I can't help it, I love them all!!
Thanks Jack and Angel, it was a pleasure working with you both :)
This project is 5+ years old. Most items shown are custom (eg. millwork, upholstered furniture, drapery). Most goods are no longer available. Benjamin Moore paint.
Lighter gray possible option in front room and dining room - yasondamonique_rodgers
Inspiration for a modern patio remodel in DC Metro
Living room - transitional living room idea in Boston with beige walls
As a rule, synthetic fabrics are more durable, colorfast and cleanable. Tightly woven fabrics and fabrics that are heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will leather. Avoid satins, brocades and damasks unless the sofa won’t get much use. - ptnguyen62
Staging of a long and narrow living room- whether you are decorating to live or staging to sell, here are some tips for decorating an awkward space such as this one.
•Break up the space into two areas. Here we have a cozy sitting area anchored by a textural rug as well as another area near the fireplace with built-in benches and pillows. We used the owners beautiful chess set to “set the stage” and suggest that this is a valuable place for a cozy game or place to chat, enjoying the wonderful fireplace.
•Play up the fireplace and make it a dramatic focal point in the room. Using an interesting round mirror with an antiqued finish over the fireplace and drawing the eye with a large plant gave this room some “wow factor”
•Using an oval coffee table helps to smoothly route traffic through this small space and the glass top helps to minimize it’s bulk visually.
•A stack of beautiful books invite an afternoon curled up on the couch reading and enjoying a serene space away from the busier rooms of the house.
Hope these tips help you solve some of your decorating challenges!
Photos by Debra Ostrus, Spaces Streamlined Home Staging, Organization and Redesign
Love the round mirror-maybe over the piano? - jcarolynblair