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Agata Dimmich – Passion ShakeExposed bricks, plants, mixed textiles and art are four main elements that I absolutely love in any living room, and so this picture is particularly appealing! I like homes filled with personal touches, which can quickly be achieved by creating your own gallery wall composed of prints, photographs and paintings. Mixing and matching textiles are a very easy way to restyle any living room – for example by changing cushions, sheepskins or rugs. The final thing I love about this living room is the plants, which can bring any room to life by creating an airy, lived-in look. Image CreditJennifer Lippi – Decorating DeliriumThe living room tends to be the heart of the home. Whether you use it for formal entertaining or everyday living, it should be a reflection of your unique personality and style. This amazingly chic living room from Sally Wheat Interiors represents my dream living space. At first glance, it appears very simple, but given a closer look it holds many decorating and styling tips that can be applied to any space. First, the room has beautiful touches of lilac which pairs effortlessly with the gold accents. Second, the Mongolian fur stools add texture and are so soft and pretty while adding an element of whimsy to the space. Every room should have some element of whimsy in my opinion. Next, this room adds more texture by layering rugs. Finally, this space mixes old and modern elements with ease. The large antique mirror adds an element of old to the modern furnishings. Image Credit


Katie Anderson – Love French StyleI think the natural colours and light in this elegant white living room are just so peaceful. The French style chandelier is a brilliant way to draw attention to that cosy living area at the centre of the room. My colour palette is getting smaller and the more decorating and designing I do I find the best exercise of all is to take everything out of the room before you start and only put back in the objects that are either practical, beautiful or both. This living room space uses the perfect sized furnishings for the proportions of the room with natural metals, simple white fabrics and foliage for the teeniest splash of colour. I’m a lover of colour at heart, but I find the simplicity of this space very clever and inspiring. Image CreditChad Graci – Graci InteriorsThis Manhattan living room designed by the legendary firm of Parish-Hadley is a combination of everything that I love in a space. The dynamic room is at once stylishly chic and invitingly casual. A subtle faux-marble finish in rich ivory creates a classical backdrop for objects and accessories that introduce hints of exoticism and the orient – a must have for layering and interest. In this room, casual fabrics like linen and printed cottons used in formal applications are elegant but approachable while modern, comfortable upholstery make any living room feel usable. Here, the tasteful mix of periods and styles, juxtaposed against the graphic herringbone floor, give the space a timelessness that keeps it fresh well into the the 21st century. The scheme is so well conceived and collected that it could have been decorated 20 years ago… or today. Meanwhile, books and furnishings of varied scale and style keep the decor from feeling too serious. In a sense, Parish-Hadley created what any decorator would want to achieve – an eternally stylish room to stand the test of time. Image Credit: The New York Times


Bianca Hall – French For PineappleI adore this living room – it combines so many of my favourite things. From the mismatched sleek modern sofas, to the vintage glass and brass coffee table and console, colourful artwork and showstopper of a light fitting. It oozes grown up glamour, but is anything but boring. You can have so much fun decorating a living room. For me, it’s about keeping a limited colour palette so the room has a sense of calm and unity, but really going for it with texture and mixing materials so the eye has plenty to look at. This living room is the perfect example of cleverly combining different styles and elements, but because of the limited colour palette it feels cohesive and cosy. For me, it’s the perfect grown up living space. Image CreditSara Cosgrove – Sara Cosgrove DesignOne of my all time greats of interior design is Syrie Maugham – her eponymous white living room is one of the most impactful of my career – she was so ahead of her time. Her layering of texture and shape to create depth rather than colour is a real interior design inspiration. The faceted mirror backdrop adds real glamour, yet the space feels warm and approachable. My total dream living room… Image Credit


I love living rooms to strike a successful balance of glamour and warmth. The modern day living room is expected to function in many ways – a beautiful space for entertaining as well as a cosy place for family to relax. The combination of shapes, eras and textures used here create an interesting, artistic living room while the quiet colour palette keep it tranquil. Couldn’t you picture yourself curled up reading on that lush velvet sofa? I know I could. Image Credit


Lisa McGough – LMC InteriorsI love living rooms to strike a successful balance of glamour and warmth. The modern day living room is expected to function in many ways – a beautiful space for entertaining as well as a cosy place for family to relax. The combination of shapes, eras and textures used here create an interesting, artistic living room while the quiet colour palette keep it tranquil. Couldn’t you picture yourself curled up reading on that lush velvet sofa? I know I could. Image Credit


Exposed bricks, plants, mixed textiles and art are four main elements that I absolutely love in any living room, and so this picture is particularly appealing! I like homes filled with personal touches, which can quickly be achieved by creating your own gallery wall composed of prints, photographs and paintings. Mixing and matching textiles are a very easy way to restyle any living room – for example by changing cushions, sheepskins or rugs. The final thing I love about this living room is the plants, which can bring any room to life by creating an airy, lived-in look. Image Credit


Agata Dimmich – Passion ShakeExposed bricks, plants, mixed textiles and art are four main elements that I absolutely love in any living room, and so this picture is particularly appealing! I like homes filled with personal touches, which can quickly be achieved by creating your own gallery wall composed of prints, photographs and paintings. Mixing and matching textiles are a very easy way to restyle any living room – for example by changing cushions, sheepskins or rugs. The final thing I love about this living room is the plants, which can bring any room to life by creating an airy, lived-in look. Image Credit


The living room tends to be the heart of the home. Whether you use it for formal entertaining or everyday living, it should be a reflection of your unique personality and style. This amazingly chic living room from Sally Wheat Interiors represents my dream living space. At first glance, it appears very simple, but given a closer look it holds many decorating and styling tips that can be applied to any space. First, the room has beautiful touches of lilac which pairs effortlessly with the gold accents. Second, the Mongolian fur stools add texture and are so soft and pretty while adding an element of whimsy to the space. Every room should have some element of whimsy in my opinion. Next, this room adds more texture by layering rugs. Finally, this space mixes old and modern elements with ease. The large antique mirror adds an element of old to the modern furnishings. Image Credit


Jennifer Lippi – Decorating DeliriumThe living room tends to be the heart of the home. Whether you use it for formal entertaining or everyday living, it should be a reflection of your unique personality and style. This amazingly chic living room from Sally Wheat Interiors represents my dream living space. At first glance, it appears very simple, but given a closer look it holds many decorating and styling tips that can be applied to any space. First, the room has beautiful touches of lilac which pairs effortlessly with the gold accents. Second, the Mongolian fur stools add texture and are so soft and pretty while adding an element of whimsy to the space. Every room should have some element of whimsy in my opinion. Next, this room adds more texture by layering rugs. Finally, this space mixes old and modern elements with ease. The large antique mirror adds an element of old to the modern furnishings. Image Credit


I adore this living room – it combines so many of my favourite things. From the mismatched sleek modern sofas, to the vintage glass and brass coffee table and console, colourful artwork and showstopper of a light fitting. It oozes grown up glamour, but is anything but boring. You can have so much fun decorating a living room. For me, it’s about keeping a limited colour palette so the room has a sense of calm and unity, but really going for it with texture and mixing materials so the eye has plenty to look at. This living room is the perfect example of cleverly combining different styles and elements, but because of the limited colour palette it feels cohesive and cosy. For me, it’s the perfect grown up living space. Image Credit