The traditional style never gets old. We bring together beautiful examples in this gallery. 65 traditional living room ideas and designs. We chose perfect rooms of successful interior designers in this list.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by Ellen Kavanaugh Interiors
2Designed by Philadelphia Interior Designer
3Designed by Janie Molster Designs
4Small but Spacious
If you have a small living room, you can place the neutral-toned sofa and the arm chair on the sides of the room leaving the middle open, showcasing the fireplace while a small coffee table in the middle is tying everything together.
5Designed by Charlotte Harris Lucas
6Designed by Anne Dutcher Interiors
7Designed by Heather Dewberry
8Enjoying the Fireplace
Fireplace is an ideal option for traditional living room decor. Instead of symmetrically lining the seating group, try putting the armchairs in front of the fireplace to design a cozy environment for everybody to connect.
9Designed by Brittany Bromley Interiors
10Designed by Pamela Harvey
11Designed by Summer Thornton
A different take of a traditional living room would be decorating it with antique pieces of furniture, making it look like a warm place from the past with vintage vibes while keeping it classical.
13Designed by Amy Berry
14Designed by Anna-Louise Wolfe McMullin
15Designed by Heather Dewberry
The ceilings are not always a part of traditional decoration but when it is used correctly it can change the room drastically. In a traditional living room, simple lines on the ceiling mirroring or complementing the floor would give the room an elegant and spacious look.
17Designed by Donna Elle Design
18Designed by Mallory Mathison Inc.
19Designed by Andrew Howard
20Not So Neutral
A traditional living room would traditionally have neutral colors. However, it does not mean a rich shade of blue as the accent color would not suit such a room. A big rug covering the living space with traditional patterns that have blue in it would complete the look.
21Designed by Cortney Bishop Design
22Designed by Amanda Reynal Interiors
23Designed by Gretchen Black
A traditional living room design that is mainly white is quite possible to pull off. Only with a small touch of color here and there, the overall white would make the room look classy and clean without losing the cozy and warm feeling.
25Designed by Georgia Street Design
26Designed by Mytexashouse
27Designed by Kerry Spears
A traditional room can be comfortable while looking sleek. Classy sofas combined with classy drapes would help the room look more elegant while big mirrors used around the room make it look much bigger and richer.
29Designed by Vernich Interiors
30Designed by Charlotte Harris Lucas
31Designed by Studio MH
Unique pieces of décor or features of a house like arched windows would add character to a traditional living room while making it look much more inviting with great amount of sunlight shining in.
33Designed by Erica Burns Interiors
34Designed by Georgia Street Design
35Designed by Kristy & Paul Benson
Instead of a mainstream traditional living room, you can opt for Victorian elements in a traditional style, making it look lush by choosing neutral colors and golden details.
37Designed by Heather Dewberry
38Designed by Andrew Howard
39Designed by Anita Yokota
Dark hardwood floors are a great complementary option for a traditional living room. While making it look chic, it also ties all the classic pieces together, providing a firm background for the overview of the room.
41Designed by Peabody’s Interiors
42Designed by Jackie Armour
43Designed by Lexi Westergard Design
44Modern yet Traditional
Modern elements may be incorporated into the traditional style. A modern-looking fireplace and steel light fixtures could be small yet steady way of transforming a traditional interior.
45Designed by Heather Dewberry
46Designed by Vernich Interiors
47Designed by Marie Flanigan Interiors
Country style elements complement the traditional style while a bold accent color like coral accompanying not-so-traditional overall white look in the room.
49Designed by Bria Hammel Interiors
50Designed by Phoebe Howard
51Designed by Amy Berry
In a traditional living room, a large, traditional patterned rug and a stately fireplace can be the focal point of the room while the other pieces in the room remain subtle and simple, balancing the look and making it all come together.
53Designed by Bria Hammel Interiors
54Designed by Honey Collins
55Designed by Evolve Residential
56Bookcase and Fireplace Duo
A fireplace is one of the main features of a traditional living room. However, in-built bookcases on the sides of the fireplace would make the room even more traditional and classy, giving it a scholarly vibe while keeping it cozy.
57Designed by Jenkins Interiors
58Designed by Jackie Armour
59Designed by Syntha Harris Interiors
It is not so difficult to turn a traditional living room into a luxurious one with a classical fireplace, symmetrically placed seating group and a large ottoman in the middle instead of a typical coffee table. Small touches like wood-panels behind the fireplace, hardwood floors and rich accent color scheme would complete the luxurious feel.