Most of us want to live in a luxury home. Designing a luxury living room is another specialty. Here are some successful examples from popular interior designers. We have chosen 37 luxury living rooms that you may love.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by Leclair Decor
2Designed by Kate Marker Interiors
3The Elegance of Gold
Golden details carefully placed on white walls of this traditional luxury living room immediately changes the atmosphere. Combined with beige seating set with gold details and a golden chandelier, the place gains a character.
4Designed by Donna Elle Design
5Designed by Remedy Design Firm
6Modern Harmony with Curves
A unique harmony is achieved in this modern and luxury living room by combining clear and sharp lines with lots of curves around the place, designing a contrast. The big windows combined with shiny metals and simplistic furniture makes it look luxurious yet futuristic.
7Designed by Jackie Armour
8Designed by Heather Scott Home & Design
9Luxurious Is Not Enough to Describe This
Crimson wall panels and ceiling plasters design an overall continuation in this luxury room while the ground base is contrasting it with light colors to balance everything. The classical, engraved furniture, the leather armchair, and all the other accent pieces in shiny metals or glass enrich the room even more.
10Designed by Gretchen Black
11Designed by Heather Scott Home & Design
12One Striking Color
The big, dark blue rug right in the middle of this luxurious living room manages to highlight the furniture and all the other elements in the room that are all in neutral colors by becoming the contrasting background with its rich hue.
13Designed by Corey Damen Jenkins
14Designed by Mytexashouse
15Brown Is A Beautiful Color
By painting the whole room, including the ceiling, brown, the designer of the room made a clever choice. The beams, the fireplace and the furniture in pure white contrast the background beautifully and shine, giving it an elegant look.
16Designed by Janie Molster Designs
17Designed by Heather Scott Home & Design
18Not Your Stereotypical Country
With the usage of armchairs in front of the fireplace, quality fabrics and dark, wooden furniture, stone floors, this living room breaks the usual humble and cute look of the country style.
19Designed by Project 22 Design Inc
20Designed by KT Marshall Design
21How Far Can You Go?
This luxury interior desingn example has every trick in the book that promises a better result. Insanely huge windows, not one but two mirrors placed facing each other, the seating area set nicely against the fireplace all make this place large, open and luxurious.
22Designed by Jenny Martin Design
23Designed by Jenkins Interiors
24White Ceilings Are Not A Must
This luxurious room goes for a bold but such a great idea: painting the ceiling a different color. In this case, the soft blue painted ceiling introduces color to a neutral color scheme and provides a good backdrop.
25Designed by Ashley Martin Home
26Classy Looking Living Room
Bookcases covering an entire wall and a leather sofa placed in front of a fireplace design a classy and luxurious living room that is perfect for long reading sessions.
27Soft Pink Dreamy Walls
Soft pink walls become a harmonious background for white furniture and the big white piano placed in the middle. Drapes chosen for the big windows drastically change the atmosphere and make this living room a lot more elegant and fancier.
28Fairly Simple but Smart
This luxury home has considerably fewer amount of furniture. However, the fireplace and the piano placed at the hearth of the space is enough to transform it into a sumptuous one without needing anything extra.
29Big Stone Fireplace
Sometimes a grand fireplace is all one needs to design a luxurious home. This stone fireplace is the focal point of the place and it is highlighted by the subtle background and furniture in contrasting colors.
30Wooden Panels and Leather
Wooden wall panels combined with leather chester sofas in contrasting colors to the rest of the room are enough to enrich such a living room as this one.
31Luxurious Can Be Cozy
This luxury interior design manages to look cozy and inviting due to the casual-looking sofas while keeping it cool with leather and wooden furniture spread around.
32Accent Colors Are Important
This room has a white sophisticated base yet the accent colors that are chosen and used on the cushions, the rug and the armchair break the all-white look while still achieving to enrich the luxurious vibe.
33Rustic Doesn’t Mean Old and Boring
In contrast to the blue walls, white painted wooden furniture, white-stone fireplace and white sofas along with the white ceiling beams come together beautifully. While is has the signature rustic elements around, this room looks up-to-date and elegant.
34Sectioning the Long Living Room
This long living room is divided into sections, such as a seating area in front of the fireplace and a gathering area for friends and family, allowing different colors and styles to blend in and fill the space, enriching the overall look.
35Simple Touches, Big Results
This room is fairly simple with one leather sofa and a glass coffee table. The real deal in this room that makes it so mesmerizing is the curtains that are hung from the very top, coming down loosely, reaching the floor.
36Green Is an Alluring Color
Such a traditional living room is enriched by simply painting a wall green and making an accent wall that highlights the rest of the room.
37Why Not Using Wicker Chairs?
Wicker armchairs do not only belong to the coastal style. This living room gains its character through these wicker armchairs and lots of greenery used around the room that makes it feel heavenly and lively.