68 Living Room Decorating Ideas You'll Want To Steal ASAP

Like a backsplash on a fireplace. So. Cool.

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You spend a lot of time in your living room, so it not only needs to look great, but it needs to be functional and comfortable. Blending all three things can be tricky, but we've got plenty of ideas to inspire you. Need ideas for other areas too? Our bedroom and bathroom galleries will get you ready for a full house reno!

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Victoria Pearson
Understated Glam

Our Whole Home Project had some pretty covetable interiors—this living room included. It's totally lived-in and relaxed, but with a touch of glam.

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Victoria Pearson
Pumped Up Pattern

The homey and welcoming vibes come through thanks to elevated-folksy and 8-foot-long sofas. This room pumps up your pleasure at every turn.

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Christopher Delaney
Be Playful

This hot pink fireplace was inspired by the homeowners' grandmother's favorite shade of lipstick. Have fun with little details like that!

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Go All White

All white might seem boring, but a crisp, matte white is totally timeless, and will make your space feel a million times larger. Accent with colored pillows to add contrast.

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Victoria Pearson
Fill Floor-To-Ceiling Bookshelves

The bookshelves in this living room allow all kinds of opportunity for displaying different items, and also for storage. Adding a ladder for high shelves adds another decorative touch.

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Manuel Rodriguez
Pick A Color & Run With It

Blue, in this case. Hint: it makes it easier to decorate, since you know exactly what shade you're searching for.

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Take It Tropical

This jewel-toned color makes a room feel like a Caribbean oasis. Add potted plants and we're completely swooning.

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Try Gray

Sounds like the dullest color ever, looks incredible. Wood paneling helps break up the dark wall.

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Björn Wallander
Let Colorful Furniture Pop

The rich-blue velvet couch pops nicely against the pale, misty gray paneled walls in this Chicago apartment.

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Ngoc Minh Ngo
Consider Calming Colors

The calming colors in the living room of this North Carolina home are balanced with fun geometric shapes in the prints above the couch, and on the rug below.

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Do A Modern Take On Shiplap

The extra wide panels above this fireplace are a fresh, modern take on shiplap. To make it even more unique, only do a section of your wall.

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Add Poufs

They might be overdone, but we still love them. Add a couple of poufs to accent your space.

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Accent With Brass

Want to go a little glam without looking too showy? Add in minimal brass accents, like a side table and sconces.

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Add Some Greenery

Liven up a neutral space with potted plants and greenery. It'll feel like an actual oasis in your living room.

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James Merrell
Add A Bar Nook

It adds nice depth to the room, and also makes entertaining guests super easy.

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Liven Up Your Wall Decor

You can do better than hanging up a few pictures. Paint a bold pattern on your walls, or opt for using stick-on flowers, stars, or a geometric decal.

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Combine Blue + Gray

Blue and white is classic, but you can warm up your space a bit by choosing gray instead. This room is proof it's not totally dull.

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J+J Design Group
Liven Up White Walls

The horizontal wood-paneled white walls help balance out the bold pinks, oranges, and blues in this room.

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Get The Comfiest Seating Ever

Chairs that look good but are totally uncomfortable? Not worth the cute factor. Opt for insanely comfy seating, like a papasan chair, and you'll want to lounge in your living room forever.

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Choose A Bold Wallpaper

Blue and white is the peanut butter and jelly of color combos. But that doesn't mean it has to skew French country.

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Jacob Snavely
Go Green

Bring the garden inside with plant-inspired wallpaper, like the one in this living room that emulates greenery on a trellis. The result? A charming and cheery vibe.

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Contrast Upholstery

Who says everything has to be matchy-matchy? Contrast your couch and chairs to make things a bit more interesting.

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Björn Wallander
Pair Different Patterns

The couch in this living room is a prime example of perfectly mismatched patterns. The couch maintains a color scheme, and the blue rug beneath it ties the whole look together.

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Go Open Concept

An open-concept layout is the key to a lighter, airier space. Choose a white color palette to up the vibe more.

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Conceal Your TV

I've never understood how whenever you see a picture of a totally aspirational living room, it's completely devoid of a television. Like, doesn't that totally defeat the purpose of a living room or something?! But now you too can fake out everyone on Instagram, thanks to a bifold-panel painting that hides your television behind gorg art.

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Go Modern

Blend neutral gray walls with sleek, modern furniture and lighting. It'll look chic rather than dated.

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Opt For A Shag Rug

Arguably, the most comfortable rug ever. This black and white pattern makes it feel fresh and modern.

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Ditch Your Coffee Table Base

If you've got a marble top coffee table, take it off and place it on the floor. Prop it up with some books for a bohemian update.

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Rethink Your Fireplace Display

For an unexpected fireplace display, swap logs for stacked books or magazines. Firewood, who?

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Choose An Oversized Pendant

If your room has a more minimalist vibe, try an oversized, paper pendant. But take note: If your furniture is large and clunky, or you have a lot of busy decor, it could overwhelm it.

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