Colorful furniture sets for creative living room interiors
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Colorful Living Room Sofa Sets

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A smart couch in yellow can offer that perfect balance between colorful zest and understated elegance in a living room that needs a bit of both. This is usually ushered in by sofas in shades like mellow yellow and light lemon, which seem both bright and neutral at the same time. Those seeking ‘sunnier’ options can consider sofas in shades like mango yellow, mustard, sunflower, honey and gold! The yellow sofa seems even more alluring in rooms with a predominantly white backdrop and gives the impression of a sun-kissed living space that is simply timeless.

A dose of unexpected color and pattern can take a traditional living room and give it an exciting new life. This eclectic room, decorated by designer John Favreau, mixes period architectural details, traditional antiques, and a playful combination of color and pattern to create a joyful space with a hint of history.

Are you not one to settle for those basic hues on the color wheel? That is definitely not an issue when it comes to brightly colored sofas, as you can pretty much order a custom piece in a color of your choice. Hot pinks and fuchsia seem to be a popular, offbeat choice among homeowners who wish to give the living room a hint of femininity, while orange is for those who seek spunk and flamboyant flair. And if all this still does not satisfy your demand for color, then turn to a few gorgeous throw pillows to fill the living room with even more vibrancy!

While conventional decorating wisdom says go with a neutral sofa and add color elsewhere, designer Sally Wheat has demonstrated that the opposite can work just as well. This yellow sofa makes just the right statement in a room full of otherwise (almost) neutral pieces. Sometimes all you need is one or two colorful pieces to really make a room sing.

Even more popular than the sofa in lighter hues of yellow is the couch in light blue. For many, this is the perfect couch that balances excitement and brightness with an ability to blend in with a wide range of color schemes and styles. If you are buying a sofa in bright cobalt blue, velvety navy blue or dashing indigo, there are two distinct routes you can take with the style of the living area. Those in love with a traditional-style interior can consider styles like Victorian by combining the sofa with accents of gold. But if you still want a modern living room, then coastal, beach, Scandinavian, eclectic and even contemporary styles can easily accommodate the beautiful blue sofa.

Beach style living room in yellow and turquoise with a couch that also adds pattern [Design: Scott Sanders / Photography by Nick Johnson]Midcentury family room with striking couch in turquoise and a cool coffee table [Design: Apt2B / HOMEPOLISH]Repeating the color of the couch elsewhere gives the room a more curated look [From: Gary Quigg Photography]Classic midcentury living room with couch in velvety blue and gold [Design: Jino Design]Large sectional in light blue is perfect for the cool contemporary living room [Design: HomeSmiths]Smart combination of yellow and blue in the family room [Design: Kendall Wilkinson Design]Gorgeous Green!

Snazzy contemporary living room with geo style and bold green couch [Design: OPaL]Light lime green is a cool color for the living room sofa! [Design: RLH Studio]Green in the rug complements that of the couch perfectly [Design: Brendan Wong Design]Fun Use of Color

Color is a powerful decorating tool, and sometimes a little goes a long way. This living room by designer Meghan Shadrick is largely neutral, but a large piece of art and a few colorful pillows make the space feel lively and playful.

Color in home decor can be used to elevate one’s mood. Red is filled with energy and stimulation, yellow can make you feel happy and cheerful, and orange is a fantastic combination of the two. It’s hard to feel blue in a living room like this one designed by Mandeville Canyon that’s filled with all three!

Some people like to stick to the rule of threes when decorating with color, but as designer Katie Curtis demonstrates here, as long as you stick with colors that have the same tonal value you can include as many as you want! In this room, the colors in the furnishings and accessories are primarily jewel tones which blend together almost seamlessly.

Want to liven up a living room without redecorating? Colorful accessories, like these used by designer Leslie Harris Keane, are the perfect way to change a room’s tone. What could have been a serious, neutral space, is made playful with pops of colors in citrus tones.

There are plenty of different ways to add bright color to the modern living room. The most popular choice is undoubtedly the accent wall, with almost 70 percent of homeowners turning to paint to give their living space a quick makeover. But there are plenty of other things you can do to alter the ambiance of the living room and ensure that it stands out from the crowd. Colorful décor is once again back in fashion, and the days of the plain white and dull beige couch are long gone. For those who love neutrals, it is a plush sofa in gray that is the new ‘go to’ living room décor item. But those with a more vibrant outlook invite home a lot more color!

If your are on the lookout for bold, colorful living room furniture check out German company COR. Not only do they stand out due to their not-so-common hues, but you will find a variety of shapes that you probably wouldn’t find anywhere else. These sofas can bring about an air opulence to any room and thanks to their unconventional looks, they can easily serve as a room focus. The only thing you need to be a bit careful about is ensuring that they don’t completely overpower your room. Check them out below.

Make a room feel more robust than it really is by using colorful furnishings. This living room is actually quite minimal, but the considered use of color makes it feel full and complete.

Bright colors can’t help but lend a sense of cheer to this living room from designer Andrea Schumacher. Although the main pieces are very simple in shape and neutral in color, the rug, window treatments, art, and accessories add a sense of fun and buoyancy to the space. The brighter the colors, the more cheerful the space.

Contemporary design is often associated with neutral color palettes, but in this modern living room, designer Kristen Rivoli used color to great effect. The red mid-century chairs, bold artwork, and Persian-style rug all contribute to the warm, comfortable atmosphere.

Designer Tobi Fairley knows a thing or two about decorating with color, and one of the safest ways to do it is to create a neutral backdrop and then layer with colorful accessories. In this colorful living room she used rich red and blue accents to add a healthy dose of color, but should the homeowners ever want a change they can simply switch out the pillows and window treatments and create a whole new look.

People tend to default to white – and occasionally black – when it comes to trim color. But if you really want to shake things up, consider a totally different color, as designer Heidi Pribell did here. It’s a great way to grab people’s attention and create an unforgettable space.

Color can be used in a variety of ways to accomplish different things. In this room by Nicole White Designs, it has been used to create a youthful and carefree environment. The mix of both light and bright colors, playful art, and eclectic accessories make you want to relax and have fun. This is a playful and colorful living room that doesn’t take itself too seriously – and is all the better for it.

Exquisite dark red sofa brings vivaciousness to the white living room [From: LLI Design / Alex Maguire Photography]A touch of beach style elegance rejuvenates the gorgeous family room in white and red [Design: Tiffany Eastman Interiors]Ingenious design of the sofa combines the classic chaise lounge form with the comfort of a couch [From: Rikki Snyder]Rustic living room with red couch and spacious interior [Design: Callaway Architects]Stunning modern Asian living room with a Ralph Lauren red sofa and a gorgeous screen [Design: TSD Global Designs]Chic eclectic living room with bright red sofa [Design: Sarah Phipps Design]Sunny Radiance of Yellow

Nothing brightens a space like a splash of color, and it’s a great way to express one’s personality. So don’t be afraid to use it liberally as you see fit. In this room designed by Laroya & Co, colorful pieces are dotted throughout the space to reflect the personalities of the people living there.

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Bright yellow sofa for the living room in neutral hues [Design: luck stone center1]Mellow yellow sofa for the cool living room and library [Design: Chloe Warner]Skirted sofa in yellow for the traditional living room [Design: Isler Homes]Midcentury living room with a yellow couch and lounger [Design: Foursquare Builders]Scandinavian style living room lets the yellow couch become the star of the show [Design: Jan Skacelik]Yellow couch becomes the focal point of this contemporary living room [Design: Sally Wheat Interiors]Classic Allure of Blue

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Decorating with color can be a scary thing. Should you go light or bright? Should you mix or should you match? Should you go all out or be conservative? There are so many questions and an endless number of answers. But the truth is that if you follow your instincts decorating with color isn’t really that scary. And when it comes to colorful living rooms there’s no shortage of design inspiration.

A room wrapped in a rich, saturated color is like the interior design version of a warm hug. To get that warm, cozy feeling, like designer Erin Williamson has done here, make sure to use a really deep, rich color that has a lot of intensity.

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A colorful mural is a great way to add a sense of fun to a living room. A simple design like this one, courtesy of Set Visions makes a huge statement and is pretty easy to create. Simply choose the colors you want to use and then tape off the sections using painter’s tape. Keep in mind that a bold mural like this is most effective when it’s limited to only one wall in the room. Any more and the space will start to look cluttered.

Buying a sofa is a hard decision at the best of times. The safe choice is often to purchase one in a neutral hue that will adapt to the changing color scheme of the living room over time. The sofa in gray, beige or white allows you to alter the accent hues of the living space far more easily as well. But go a bit bold this fall and think about a brightly colored red sofa, a décor addition that can instantly turn heads and become the showstopper of the space it adorns. The red couch is great for eclectic, Asian and even Scandinavian-style living rooms where both the style and the backdrop allow it to blend in seamlessly with the rest of the room.

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Update traditional decor with bright and playful colors. A classically tufted chesterfield can sometimes be seen as a bit stodgy, but in the case of this room from Interior Desires the mix of bright upholstery and throw pillows is anything but.

A colorful sofa or couch can give that old living room a new lease on life and transform a mundane setting into an interesting and breezy space. It can also double as a cool focal point and set the tone for the accent color in the room. Since changing the sofa regularly is not an option (at least for most of us), picking a brightly colored couch is not for those with a fickle love for color. But if you love color, this unique furniture upgrade will not disappoint.

Sometimes the key to creating a colorful living room is to not overthink it. This room from Corynne Pless showcases a stunning mix of pieces that don’t go together in any traditional way, yet the final result is beautiful. This is what they mean when they say “eye candy”.

The right colors can bring a very distinct flavor to a room. In this case, vibrant aqua and bright orange bring a sense of the tropics to this colorful living room designed by Olive Interiors. The feeling is enhanced by the use of painted bamboo furniture and a coral-inspired light fixture.

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Deep blue sofa fills the living room with cheer [Design: Taylor + Taylor]

Fabulous sofa in bright fuchsia adds color and cheerful glam to the living room in gray [Design: Valorize Hart]Stylish sofa brings color to the eclectic living room [Design: Katie Leede & Company Studio]Rug adds subtle pattern to the living room with bold orange couch [Design: A.

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When it comes to color, sometimes more is more. In this colorful living room from design duo Tilton Fenwick, the wall isn’t just painted blue, it’s actually lacquered to create a shiny, slightly reflective surface. It adds incredible depth to the space and when combined with the other colors and patterns, makes for a vibrant and exciting interior.

Color blocking is the technique of combining a few different colors together in large, solid chunks, or “blocks”.  And it can be used to great effect in interior design, as this colorful living room from Eileen Kathryn Boyd demonstrates. The bright, citrus colors are fun and playful, yet the color blocking technique lends an air of sophistication.

Make a statement by placing a boldly colored sofa in front of a crisp, white wall. In this room from design duo Taylor & Taylor, the sofa, with its saturated blue upholstery and electric throw pillows, attracts the eye and becomes the room’s main focal point.

Unlike the red, blue and yellow sofas, one in green is a rarity that most homeowners tend to stay away from. Part of the reason is the complicated nature of the color that does not allow you to experiment with too many styles and themes. Add to this the fact that a brightly colored green sofa forces you to keep the rest of the room as neutral as possible, and future changes in color schemes seem limited. But if you still absolutely love the hue, then by all means go for it! Inspirations below showcase how even the most dramatic green sofa feels at home in a curated contemporary living room.

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