#71. A Garden On The Inside
If you are the outdoorsy type or nature’s true lover then a miniature garden in the middle of your living room is something almost impossible to miss for someone with your type of interest. Just pick the kind of plant you would never get tired of looking at and surround it with a clean glass box to avoid the soil spilling.
#72. The Red Factor
Choosing one of the elements inside your living room and making it stand out by the variation of color and material in order to turn it into a focal point of your design. This raises the design level by a factor of 10! Especially a really bold color like the flaming fire truck red shade like the one shown above.
#73. Rock Beats Scissors
Rock, paper, scissors! This is the kind of game we used to play when we were little and we wanted to settle a deal about who gets the last toy in the cereal box. The living room design above is the adult version of that game but upgraded into something more mature. Choose the mighty rock and use the stone as the covering material for your walls.
#74. Your Own Atelier
The center of your house is nothing without a central studio to always have a space to express yourself and be able to show off all your creativity. Somewhere, where you can be completely yourself and unless you’re inner artistic chained inside of you for so long in the perfectly right moment.
#75. On Your Right Hand
Wouldn’t it be great for you to have in reach of your right hand to grab your favorite novel and hit the books as you enjoy the fluffy couch underneath you?
#76. A Window Seat
To guarantee that you get the time of your life as you spend your little free time at home, you need to make sure you provide yourself with a breathtaking view that you cannot take your eyes off.
#77. Mashed Up
There’s nothing wr0ng in saving up space by merging the living room zone with the study room zone. In fact, that’s how you can use the spaces given to you in a smart way. By benefiting from every inch in the room.
#78. In Black And White
Back in the old days, television was in pure black and white shades. Nice and simple, making you focus on the content, not the appearance. Which gives attention more to the function rather than the aesthetic style.
#79. Orange Is The New Black
Orange is that shade in between yellow and red that increases your metabolism and stabilizes your physical and mental state. That’s why it is a perfectly good reason to add it to your living room on the side of a bright color like beige or cream white.
#80. Steel Blue
Out of all the shades of blue, steel blue is probably the most elegant and neat hue you can come across. It doubles as formal and informal at the same time! Talk about multi-tasking.
Whether you opt for a traditional style or a sleek technique, this list goes on and on with the most leading designs out there waiting for you to just reach out and pick them already. But as usual, the choice is so hard to make. They are all so perfect, you can’t seem to be able to pick a favorite!