A color scheme can set the tone for your living room. The colours you choose for your decorating schemes will affect the atmosphere of your room. Pick the right colour for your room and you can create just the feel you want in there – sophisticated or fun or relaxing and so on. The color can also affect the space in other ways – perhaps enlarging the room or making it cosier – which will also make you feel differently about it. Check out these 26 Amazing Living Room Color Schemes.
Blue Living Rooms. Color doesn’t always have to be sunny and bright. This deep-indigo living room provides the perfect backdrop to feminine furnishings doused in look-at-me floral prints. Designer Fiona Douglas avoided an overabundance of patterns by creatively mixing ikat and floral designs with white accents, creating the perfect color balance.
The color palette in this living room includes shades of turquoise, jade green and yellow-green for a cohesive and sophisticated look. Rate My Space user merskine unifies her eclectic mix of furniture from Craigslist by painting the wood pieces a bright white and using an analogous color palette.
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Two feature walls, one a brilliant fuchsia and the other covered in teal-and-gold paisley wallpaper, create an instant wow factor is this open plan living room. Low-slung furniture in white and peacock blue create a cool, lounge-like vibe, while natural-stained maple flooring and updated shag carpet ground the space.
This chic, contemporary living room balances a cool bold blue with a warm citron yellow, but the bright color scheme it is nicely balanced by simple furnishings and decor, bright white moldings and the addition of a neutral, cool gray. To add architectural interest, Behr has painted this room’s details to stand out – like the fireplace and ledge on the back wall – and kept window coverings to a minimum. If your room already has great details, painting them to stand out is a wonderful way to add visual interest on a budget.
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Orange Living Room
Vivid-pink walls and an upholstered daybed transform the room into a retreat. As a comforting counterbalance to the saturated color, the furniture and fabrics are cream and pale gray.
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Teal walls combine beautifully with a mustard sofa and rug for a warm scheme. Teak furniture adds a retro feel, while the large black and white framed print completes the look.
Brown Living Rooms
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The city slicker hot pink side table from CB2 isn’t the only colorful accent in the next image. The gray wall paint and sofa are the perfect backdrop to the citrus and magenta decor, including a geometric rug and fire-orange blanket.
Neutral living room by Palmer Weiss.