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Let fireplaces and panoramas take center stage. Paint walls white or in a neutral color cued by views outside the windows. Carry the wall color to furniture arranged in a way that promotes conversation and allows guests to enjoy flickering flames in the hearth as well as window-framed vistas. Anchor the grouping with a prettily patterned area rug; carry the rug’s hues upward via accent pillows boasting organic motifs.

By leaving key pieces (such as the love seat, bookcase, and jute rug) in place and swapping out some of the accessories for more colorful versions in shades of apple green and ocean blue, this living room received an easily achievable update. Sticking to just two colors was key to making the refresh easy and effortless.

This porch imparts the ageless charm of a finely furnished drawing room. Though boasting pattern aplenty, the scene stays serene thanks to a two-tone scheme of gray and white. Set the stage for an equally timeless design by presenting the woodwork’s hue as elegant, timeworn furniture finishes. Choose contoured furnishings done up in formal upholstery fabrics in colors a few tones deeper than those seen on the room’s perimeter.

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Life’s always a beach when you’re kicking back in a living room that gives a nod to sea, sand, and sky. Take a close look at how just a few hues–white, aqua, navy, silver, and seashell pink– fashion a cottage-charming view in this seashore-inspired retreat. It’s the repetition of driftwood finishes, colors, shine, and collections that provides a peaceful rhythm, which makes way for statement-piece pendant lights and a chandelier.

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Think minimal when decorating contemporary living rooms. Move in a streamlined sectional sofa covered in a too-cool neutral and pile on pillows rendered in the latest hues. Choose accent tables with iron frameworks and naturally finished wood, stone, or glass tops. Prevent modern spaces from feeling cold by introducing wicker furnishings with progressive profiles and basket-weave or colorful geometric-pattern area rugs. Hang only a few things on the wall — clutter-free defines contemporary design.

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Boring, boxy rooms with zero personality: Raise your hand if you’ve got one. Better Homes and Gardens decorating editor Amy Panos did. Take a peek at how she and BHG remodeling coach Meredith Ladik turned a 1970s suburban room into something special.

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A box of a room with just a few pieces of furniture was a blank canvas, ready for personality and panache.

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To connect the dining and living room, Amy continued the color scheme and wainscot around the room. Adding more storage in the dining room was a must. Replacing a pair of rickety bookcases with glass-front cabinets gives the dining room structure and storage capacity. The cabinets are semi-custom, meaning you can choose the door style, finish, size, and extra trim for the top and bottom to give them a built-in look.

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A richer blue on the walls brings out the room’s substantial white moldings and trimwork. And the new wall color was just the beginning. Gray and cream foundational pieces (such as the sofa and rug) both temper the jewel-toned walls but also leave room for strong accent colors, like the ruby red lamps and hints of ocher orange. 

Even the littlest members of your family need a place to relax and unwind. Contrast neutral walls with bold patterned fabrics and brightly colored accessories. Make organizing easy by placing baskets for books and toys at kid level.

Bring the outside inside by painting your walls a soft, dreamy shade of sky blue. In this living room, bright shades of buttery yellow and fiery orange echo colors found in flowers and sunlight. Reflective surfaces such as the coffee table and picture frames enhance the plentiful sunlight streaming in from outdoors.

Beaded board on the ceiling complements the traditional style of the paneling. It goes on in 7-foot planks, right over the offending popcorn texture.

Do you have a good foundation of furniture, but just need to infuse a little style? Take your cues from this living room, which starts with a few key pieces already in place and then gets a few smart layers of style for added visual appeal.

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This cheerful living room is anything but formal. Designed to accommodate the needs (and artistic efforts) of a busy family, it combines comfortable seating, easy-clean coffee tables that double as workstations, and an overscale patterned area rug that hides spills. To create a similarly lighthearted lair, limit your color palette to white, one neutral shade, and one bright color so you can keep the focus on ever-changing exhibits of your kids’ kaleidoscopic artwork.

All-white rooms need a dose of personality. Bright red and blue patterned throw pillows pack a punch of contrast while keeping the space calm and relaxing. Dark wood furniture prevents the space from looking washed out.

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Tribal influences and color schemes continue to be hot decorating trends. Re-create this well-traveled look by incorporating ethnic fabric patterns, folk-art furnishings, handcrafted relics, and vacation keepsakes. Further a room’s collected character by mixing in gleaming gilded patinas; rough-woven blinds, rugs, and baskets; and sleek glass, steel, and leather accents. Strategically scatter one vibrant hue from your main fabric (in this case red) to direct visitors’ eyes to your coolest pieces.

Soft white walls and modern furniture are the backbone of this Zen-inspired living room. Low-lying furniture with simple lines creates a streamlined look. Deep orange and bright green accents keep the space looking crisp and clean.

The living room in this historic house needed a complete overhaul. See how it was given a new look, while remaining true to the home’s roots.

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Amy took the corner of the room and created a little office that is perfect for paying bills.

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Lacking architectural detail with the blank walls, no trim and popcorn ceilings, this room was in desperate need of a facelift. Decorating editor Amy Panos asked makeover maven and Better Homes and Gardens editor Meredith Ladik to help her with this project. First order of business — add character.

A unique room shape can make arranging furniture tricky. For a narrow space, try placing a couch along the back wall. Flank the right and left sides with love seats or chairs. Keep accessories simple, and create symmetry by placing end tables on both sides of the sofa.

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Don’t be afraid to mix themes within a single space. This living room embraces a charming combination of cottage, boating, and travel, which reflects the homeowners’ styles and interests. Floral-print pillows add a touch of cottage comfort. Boat- and fish-inspired wall decor brings in a splash of the sea. And suitcases used as a coffee table make the space look traveled and eclectic.

While this living room’s generous size was an advantage, its outdated floral sofas, odd arrangement, and lack of color were bringing it down.

With the large windows and flanking bookcases, the dining room had the bones to be transformed into a quaint space.

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Make a statement with dark walls and bright white molding. In this living room, the beautiful coffered ceiling echoes the lines of the fireplace mantel and creates a sophisticated vibe. Traditional furniture with classic lines blends perfectly into the stylish living space.

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The living room in this small historic townhouse was a diamond in the rough, begging to showcase its original glory, but with an updated twist.

Light-blocking shutters, a so-so shade of blue, and a fireplace that was stuck in another decade were enough to instigate a living room makeover.

Editor’s Tip: Picking paint colors is a challenge, but landing on the right blue proved extra tricky. If you want a gray-blue, like Amy did, you have to go much grayer than you ever imagined. We must have tried a dozen different shades. Thank goodness for $4 sample paint pots.

A hodgepodge of furniture didn’t provide adequate seating, and the formal style left this living room nook coming up short.

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Vinyl replacement windows with Energy Star-rated glass are more efficient than the 1970s originals, and the trim never has to be painted. Plus they can be ordered to the size of the existing opening, which saves on installation costs.

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Moving the sofa against the wall freed up walkway space. Introducing larger chairs visually balances the bulky sofa and touches of chocolate brown throughout the space helps the existing piece blend into the room’s new nature-inspired palette, which also stars sky blue and shades of green.

New wainscoting and trim brought substance to this living room, and a palette of watery blue and citron offer a classic, yet unique color palette. A mix of patterns and textures is grounded by the use of rich dark wood finishes on the floor (not shown), side tables, and chair frame.

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Funnel a passion for everything old by creating a vintage-inspired living space using pieces purchased from consignment stores and antiques shops. Reupholster worn-out cushions with modern fabrics to keep the room looking up to date. Mix and match wood frames to give artwork an eclectic feel.

Editor’s Tip: It’s perfectly OK to place furniture in the middle of a room. Just keep the visual footprint light (a pair of chairs works better than a sofa) and pick pieces that look good from all sides.

Editor’s Tip: Ideally, a rug should be big enough to contain all the legs of the furniture in a grouping. If that’s not possible, at least the front legs of all pieces should land on the rug.

Neutral tones are a good place to start when designing living rooms that stylishly endure. Make mostly monochromatic spaces work by fusing velvet upholstered furnishings with lighter linen-covered pieces and setting them atop a duo-tone sculpted area rug that picks up on the room’s main hues. Employ white as a steadfast support, but introduce fashion-forward colors via solid and patterned pillows.

Pack a punch with pattern and color against all-white walls. Bold coral and just a hint of blue are the colors of choice for this living room. Complementary patterns on the chair and ottoman blend perfectly with the solid-color sofa. The blank white walls emphasize the grain and hue of the dark wooden accents.

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Though large in size, this luxurious living room offers a cozy welcome, thanks to a combination of natural materials, plush textures, and posh forms done up in toasty hues. Produce cocooning vibes in expansive rooms by considering proportion when choosing furniture — big spaces call for oversize sofas, commodious chairs, and statuesque accessories. In this room, the ottoman/coffee table serves all seating and nicely balances the stone mantel’s weighty contours.

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To dress up the space and create unity between the dining room and living room, Amy and Meredith chose to add instant character with classic-looking wainscot. Amy chose to wrap the room in urethane trim because, compared to wood, it comes in more styles, is lighter in weight, and is easier to install.

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Replacing the wood-look paneling with a fresh white version took this living room from gloomy to crisp, while a more harmonious symphony of flea market finds, casual furnishings, and a neutral palette sprinkled with blues and greens ups the style factor.

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Three styles of molding were stacked to create a chunky ledge atop the wainscot. The result: a built-in spot for displaying art at eye level.

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See this living room be transformed from a dull “before” to a gorgeous “after”. And learn how you can liven up your living room with the same decorating tips for choosing colors, arranging furniture, and more.

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Refinishing the hardwood floors nodded to the room’s roots, while an eclectic mix of furniture and accessories bring it up to speed. Midcentury-modern furniture carries a cool, collected vibe, while trendy maps, a Moroccan rug, and pops of bright color are au courant. 

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See how this living room went from drab to fab in stages and learn how you can create your own new look over time.

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Less-than-flattering paneling and an ensemble of mismatched furniture left this cottage living room lacking.

The duo of brown and blue is always popular for decorating. To give the classic combo a more personal look, use hues that suit your design style. Here, shades of bright blue and sepia brown lend a traditional yet casual persona to this family-friendly living room.

This living room looks chic as it blends modern comforts with traditional pieces. Cozy chairs with exposed legs and velvet upholstery recall furniture of the late 19th century. Aged dark wood tables add an air of formal elegance. All of the vintage accents shine through a casual vibe offered by the white walls and dark flooring. Placing classic furniture and accessories within a space that is naturally casual creates a unique look that will service both formal gatherings and day-to-day relaxing.

New paneling and a coffered ceiling treatment added elegance to the once boxy room, while hints of orange and eclectic, not matchy-matchy, furniture keep the look fun and youthful. In a large room, flexible furniture, such as the ottomans and the cane chair in the bay window, can easily be moved to accommodate different seating needs.

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Beautifully designed living rooms place noteworthy objects at every level. Mentally divide your space into low, mid, and high areas, and position elements to encourage the eye to travel up, down, and around. Here, a faux animal skin covering a woven area rug provides underfoot allure while a prettily accessorized tray atop a trunk and perky pillows add color at the midground. Use vivid canvases, striking sconce shades, and sculptural standing lamps to keep interest running high.

Not ready to take the plunge into a full living room makeover? Decorate and add color in stages! Here’s how to plan your design and make smart choices along the way for an end result that’s gorgeous.

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Create a country cottage feel with wood-panel walls and classic cottage hallmarks, such as gingham, plentiful blue, cheery neutrals, and a bouquet of textures.

A touch of animal print goes a long way in this vintage-inspired living room. Fun zebra-pattern pillows and an upholstered ottoman accent soft blue walls. Other furniture and accessories remain neutral, allowing the pattern to shine.

Create a posh look in your home with decorating tips from truly luxe living rooms.

Not ready for a full color makeover in your living room? Here’s how to add color in stages and introduce pattern, fresh accessories, furniture, and more.

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Jewel tones, like jade green, sapphire blue, ruby red, and orangey coral, fashionably fuse to form exceptional and slightly exotic environs. Draw your palette from a lively patterned fabric or oversize artwork featuring at least three jewel tones. Introduce the vibrant tones as solid-color lamps, vases, trims, and furnishings so they contribute a sense of vibrancy without overwhelming your design. 

Dated finishes, lackluster furniture, and zero personality all add up to a living room in need of a makeover. Check out the dramatic transformations of these 10 living rooms and get ideas for your own decorating makeovers.

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Give your room a collected, eclectic look with varied patterns and wood finishes. Bright red and blue patterned pillows stand out against a neutral sofa. Bold blue-and-white ikat curtains complement the large Oriental rug. The dark wood coffee table provides a subtle contrast against the lighter wood floors and bookcase.

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Amy traded the carpet, for a floor with a lot of color variation from board to board. Wood such as walnut adds another layer of visual interest and warmth.

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Decorating a living room doesn’t have to cost a bundle. Put in some imagination and elbow grease to transform furniture and architectural elements into fab fittings. Use oversize shades and lighting kits to convert reclaimed columns, boards, or beams into sculptural standing lamps. Coordinate incompatible tables, sideboards, and bookcases with paint; use varying shades of one color to keep painted pieces from appearing too matchy-matchy.

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There’s nothing wrong with neutrals, but sometimes a little color can take a room from “okay” to “wow.” This living room sported a varied palette of neutrals but needed a little spark.

The cookie-cutter setup in this living room (those built-ins have to to be in about 2.5 million homes, right?) left a void for any personalization. Wood floors and wood built-ins was a little too much of a good thing.

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Present contemporary colors and furniture silhouettes alongside more traditional pieces to fashion a memorable living room. Use a graphic rug and chromatic Parsons tables (with storage below) to center a grouping of equally interesting but more understated furnishings. We love how this room includes armless chairs upholstered in a free-form floral pattern that picks up on the greens seen elsewhere in the space and ties into the color and theme of the botanical print displayed on the wall.

Freshening up the room with white laid a modern foundation for an eclectic ensemble of furniture and accessories. Wood finishes and natural textures pair with golden yellows and chocolate brown and serve as warm counterpoints to all the white. 

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Flirty and feminine, this relaxed yet quirky living room makes the most of the space’s diminutive dimensions. Pack plentiful purpose into tiny spaces by opting for apartment-size furniture, see-through tables, and airy ottomans that don’t block the eye and take up less space. Turn up the panache with complementary fabrics sporting a diverse array of both playful and prim patterns.

The living room in this early-1900s cottage had plenty going for it, including a beamed ceiling and Gothic-style brick fireplace, but it still needed a little style help.

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Dress up a neutral room with accessories. Look for statement pieces, such as the sunburst wall sculpture, to create a sophisticated vibe. Keep furniture simple, but accent it with a boldly patterned rug. Soft pink accents add a needed punch of color but don’t distract from the statement pieces.

Wake up a neutral color palette with touches of pattern and texture. Paisley-print pillows in a soft blue stand out against the neutral-color love seat. The dark wicker coffee table and window shades add depth and richness to the soft space.

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Steal ideas for redecorating your living room from this gorgeous space.

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This room had a good start, thanks to the sofa, armchair, rug, and a few colorful accessories. It just needed a little oomph, which came through loud and clear to the tune of only $350.

What’s your ideal decorating style? Find out!Browse photos of brown living rooms.

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By introducing an L-shape sofa, the homeowners now have plentiful seating. Ditching the bulky armchair for a streamlined accent chair adds extra seating without eating away at floor space. The same theory applies to other pieces. A lightweight coffee table and an end table provide function without adding bulk to the tight space. Four individual mirrors read as one large unit, providing a much more fitting scale than the previous dinky single mirror. A neutral palette with pops of blue conveys comfy serenity and juxtaposes the modern furniture.

Coats of creamy paint lighten the built-ins and staggering the shelves lends itself well for displaying acccessories of varying heights. A soft gray-taupe on the walls complements the natural textures introduced by furniture and accessories. Pops of red and peacock-blue hit all the right color notes. The floors were left as is, but are softened with layered area rugs.

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Cool blue paint, inspired by the existing aqua lamp, draws out the honey finish of the room’s woodwork. Bringing other accessories to match the lamp gives the room a pulled together look, while a sleek coffee table introduces a bit of the unexpected.

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If you’re not ready for a full makeover, do it gradually and in stages. See how this living room did just that and how you can do the same.

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Pairing 12-inch-deep upper cabinets with deeper lower cabinets allowed the units to tuck neatly under the existing soffit while still offering plenty of storage. It also left space for a small countertop — handy for setting dishes or food to serve.

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If you choose to keep your desk in a more formal space such as the living room/dining room, choose accessories that will coordinate with the room like Amy’s stash of orange pencils.

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A small living room felt downright claustrophobic due to an inefficient layout and oddly scaled furniture. A lack of decor and color further brought down the room.

Use a statement-making piece of furniture as the starting point for your living room decor. With neutral walls and flooring, this room gets its character from the boldly striped chair. Other patterns throughout the room feature the same color palette and echo the vertical stripes. Furniture with modern lines ensures that all of the pieces look cohesive.

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Captivating yet calming living rooms result when neutral schemes are embellished with thoughtfully edited accessories. Choose a main hue, such as blue, to showcase coordinating patterned pillows and drapery fabrics. Distribute the color around the space via artwork and collections. Keep the peace by highlighting one metallic finish, such as the silvery tones that resurface here as table lamps, photo frames, tray-table handles, and art glass.

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