L-Shaped Living Room Designs & Ideas

Kiawah Family Home
Kiawah Family Home
Margaret Donaldson InteriorsMargaret Donaldson Interiors
Four swivel chairs in petit, hand-blocked print are situated around a reclaimed iron and wood coffee table. Root stools serve as drink tables between the chairs. A turquoise sofa completes the seating. Being an island home, the seagrass rug adds the casual tone to the over design. The barstools were selected to add to the overall design of the living room. Their style, finish and zebra upholstery work with the overall room. They are part of the living room more than they are part of the kitchen.
Transitional Style Living Space
Transitional Style Living Space
Ann Lowengart InteriorsAnn Lowengart Interiors
A fun, fresh, and inviting transitional space with blue and green accents and lots of natural light - designed for a family in mind yet perfect for entertaining. Design by Annie Lowengart and photo by David Duncan Livingston. Featured in Marin Magazine May 2013 issue seen here http://digital.marinmagazine.com/marinmagazine/201305/?pg=112&pm=2&u1=friend
French Colonial Living Room
French Colonial Living Room
Charmean Neithart InteriorsCharmean Neithart Interiors
Formal living room in French Colonial Residence in Pasadena, CA Room features a rare, antique, 12-panel coromandel screen from the 1920's. All upholstered furniture is custom by Charmean Neithart Interiors. Erika Bierman Photography www.erikabiermanphotography.com
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West Highlands Home Renovation
West Highlands Home Renovation
TVL Creative Ltd.TVL Creative Ltd.
This 1910 West Highlands home was so compartmentalized that you couldn't help to notice you were constantly entering a new room every 8-10 feet. There was also a 500 SF addition put on the back of the home to accommodate a living room, 3/4 bath, laundry room and back foyer - 350 SF of that was for the living room. Needless to say, the house needed to be gutted and replanned. Kitchen+Dining+Laundry-Like most of these early 1900's homes, the kitchen was not the heartbeat of the home like they are today. This kitchen was tucked away in the back and smaller than any other social rooms in the house. We knocked out the walls of the dining room to expand and created an open floor plan suitable for any type of gathering. As a nod to the history of the home, we used butcherblock for all the countertops and shelving which was accented by tones of brass, dusty blues and light-warm greys. This room had no storage before so creating ample storage and a variety of storage types was a critical ask for the client. One of my favorite details is the blue crown that draws from one end of the space to the other, accenting a ceiling that was otherwise forgotten. Primary Bath-This did not exist prior to the remodel and the client wanted a more neutral space with strong visual details. We split the walls in half with a datum line that transitions from penny gap molding to the tile in the shower. To provide some more visual drama, we did a chevron tile arrangement on the floor, gridded the shower enclosure for some deep contrast an array of brass and quartz to elevate the finishes. Powder Bath-This is always a fun place to let your vision get out of the box a bit. All the elements were familiar to the space but modernized and more playful. The floor has a wood look tile in a herringbone arrangement, a navy vanity, gold fixtures that are all servants to the star of the room - the blue and white deco wall tile behind the vanity. Full Bath-This was a quirky little bathroom that you'd always keep the door closed when guests are over. Now we have brought the blue tones into the space and accented it with bronze fixtures and a playful southwestern floor tile. Living Room & Office-This room was too big for its own good and now serves multiple purposes. We condensed the space to provide a living area for the whole family plus other guests and left enough room to explain the space with floor cushions. The office was a bonus to the project as it provided privacy to a room that otherwise had none before.
Living Room
Living Room
Watermark & CompanyWatermark & Company
Living room at Spanish Oak. This home was featured on the Austin NARI 2012 Tour of Homes. Photography by John R Rogers. The "rug" is actually comprised of Flor carpet tiles ( http://www.flor.com).
English Cottage Living Room
English Cottage Living Room
Maraya Interior DesignMaraya Interior Design
Luxurious modern take on a traditional white Italian villa. An entry with a silver domed ceiling, painted moldings in patterns on the walls and mosaic marble flooring create a luxe foyer. Into the formal living room, cool polished Crema Marfil marble tiles contrast with honed carved limestone fireplaces throughout the home, including the outdoor loggia. Ceilings are coffered with white painted crown moldings and beams, or planked, and the dining room has a mirrored ceiling. Bathrooms are white marble tiles and counters, with dark rich wood stains or white painted. The hallway leading into the master bedroom is designed with barrel vaulted ceilings and arched paneled wood stained doors. The master bath and vestibule floor is covered with a carpet of patterned mosaic marbles, and the interior doors to the large walk in master closets are made with leaded glass to let in the light. The master bedroom has dark walnut planked flooring, and a white painted fireplace surround with a white marble hearth. The kitchen features white marbles and white ceramic tile backsplash, white painted cabinetry and a dark stained island with carved molding legs. Next to the kitchen, the bar in the family room has terra cotta colored marble on the backsplash and counter over dark walnut cabinets. Wrought iron staircase leading to the more modern media/family room upstairs. Project Location: North Ranch, Westlake, California. Remodel designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu, Westlake and Calabasas, across the tri-county areas of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills- north through Solvang and more. Eclectic Living Room with Asian antiques from the owners' own travels. Deep purple, copper and white chenille fabrics and a handknotted wool rug. Modern art painting by Maraya, Home built by Timothy J. Droney
Custom Medium L-Shaped Sectional by Bassett Furniture
Custom Medium L-Shaped Sectional by Bassett Furniture
Bassett FurnitureBassett Furniture
Design your own sofa, sectional or chair by specifying a frame size; arm, base, cushion and back styles; and one of many fabrics. Then we cus om-create the seat for you and have it ready for delivery in just 30 days. The style shown here is medium scale. Dimensions vary based on arm style selected.
Venice Canals
Venice Canals
Katie Leede & Company StudioKatie Leede & Company Studio
An over-scaled artwork, an Hermes bench, and John Robshaw pillows on a comfy L-shaped couch cozy up a contemporary living room.
Sliding Curve | 140 MQ
Sliding Curve | 140 MQ
Filippo Colombetti, architettoFilippo Colombetti, architetto
Open living room Photo By Sara Scanderebech
Living Room - Contemporary
Living Room - Contemporary
AMI DesignAMI Design
Transitional living room design with contemporary fireplace mantel. Custom made fireplace screen.
University Park Open Concept Kitchen Great Room Remodel
University Park Open Concept Kitchen Great Room Remodel
Urbanology DesignsUrbanology Designs
A captivating transformation in the coveted neighborhood of University Park, Dallas The heart of this home lies in the kitchen, where we embarked on a design endeavor that would leave anyone speechless. By opening up the main kitchen wall, we created a magnificent window system that floods the space with natural light and offers a breathtaking view of the picturesque surroundings. Suspended from the ceiling, a steel-framed marble vent hood floats a few inches from the window, showcasing a mesmerizing Lilac Marble. The same marble is skillfully applied to the backsplash and island, featuring a bold combination of color and pattern that exudes elegance. Adding to the kitchen's allure is the Italian range, which not only serves as a showstopper but offers robust culinary features for even the savviest of cooks. However, the true masterpiece of the kitchen lies in the honed reeded marble-faced island. Each marble strip was meticulously cut and crafted by artisans to achieve a half-rounded profile, resulting in an island that is nothing short of breathtaking. This intricate process took several months, but the end result speaks for itself. To complement the grandeur of the kitchen, we designed a combination of stain-grade and paint-grade cabinets in a thin raised panel door style. This choice adds an elegant yet simple look to the overall design. Inside each cabinet and drawer, custom interiors were meticulously designed to provide maximum functionality and organization for the day-to-day cooking activities. A vintage Turkish runner dating back to the 1960s, evokes a sense of history and character. The breakfast nook boasts a stunning, vivid, and colorful artwork created by one of Dallas' top artist, Kyle Steed, who is revered for his mastery of his craft. Some of our favorite art pieces from the inspiring Haylee Yale grace the coffee station and media console, adding the perfect moment to pause and loose yourself in the story of her art. The project extends beyond the kitchen into the living room, where the family's changing needs and growing children demanded a new design approach. Accommodating their new lifestyle, we incorporated a large sectional for family bonding moments while watching TV. The living room now boasts bolder colors, striking artwork a coffered accent wall, and cayenne velvet curtains that create an inviting atmosphere. Completing the room is a custom 22' x 15' rug, adding warmth and comfort to the space. A hidden coat closet door integrated into the feature wall adds an element of surprise and functionality. This project is not just about aesthetics; it's about pushing the boundaries of design and showcasing the possibilities. By curating an out-of-the-box approach, we bring texture and depth to the space, employing different materials and original applications. The layered design achieved through repeated use of the same material in various forms, shapes, and locations demonstrates that unexpected elements can create breathtaking results. The reason behind this redesign and remodel was the homeowners' desire to have a kitchen that not only provided functionality but also served as a beautiful backdrop to their cherished family moments. The previous kitchen lacked the "wow" factor they desired, prompting them to seek our expertise in creating a space that would be a source of joy and inspiration. Inspired by well-curated European vignettes, sculptural elements, clean lines, and a natural color scheme with pops of color, this design reflects an elegant organic modern style. Mixing metals, contrasting textures, and utilizing clean lines were key elements in achieving the desired aesthetic. The living room introduces bolder moments and a carefully chosen color scheme that adds character and personality. The client's must-haves were clear: they wanted a show stopping centerpiece for their home, enhanced natural light in the kitchen, and a design that reflected their family's dynamic. With the transformation of the range wall into a wall of windows, we fulfilled their desire for abundant natural light and breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Our favorite rooms and design elements are numerous, but the kitchen remains a standout feature. The painstaking process of hand-cutting and crafting each reeded panel in the island to match the marble's veining resulted in a labor of love that emanates warmth and hospitality to all who enter. In conclusion, this tastefully lux project in University Park, Dallas is an extraordinary example of a full gut remodel that has surpassed all expectations. The meticulous attention to detail, the masterful use of materials, and the seamless blend of functionality and aesthetics create an unforgettable space. It serves as a testament to the power of design and the transformative impact it can have on a home and its inhabitants. Project by Texas' Urbanology Designs. Their North Richland Hills-based interior design studio serves Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Fort Worth, and upscale clients nationwide.
LG House - Living Room Interior
LG House - Living Room Interior
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Montague Leather Sectional Living Room by Bassett Furniture
Montague Leather Sectional Living Room by Bassett Furniture
Bassett FurnitureBassett Furniture
Enduring and comfortable describes the Montague grouping. With its rolled paneled arms and semi-attached pillow back the Montague grouping conveys casual elegance and comfort. Available in leather only. Sofa and sectional seating arrangements are available
Sacramento Chic Entertainer
Sacramento Chic Entertainer
Nar Design GroupNar Design Group
This home remodel is a celebration of curves and light. Starting from humble beginnings as a basic builder ranch style house, the design challenge was maximizing natural light throughout and providing the unique contemporary style the client’s craved. The Entry offers a spectacular first impression and sets the tone with a large skylight and an illuminated curved wall covered in a wavy pattern Porcelanosa tile. The chic entertaining kitchen was designed to celebrate a public lifestyle and plenty of entertaining. Celebrating height with a robust amount of interior architectural details, this dynamic kitchen still gives one that cozy feeling of home sweet home. The large “L” shaped island accommodates 7 for seating. Large pendants over the kitchen table and sink provide additional task lighting and whimsy. The Dekton “puzzle” countertop connection was designed to aid the transition between the two color countertops and is one of the homeowner’s favorite details. The built-in bistro table provides additional seating and flows easily into the Living Room. A curved wall in the Living Room showcases a contemporary linear fireplace and tv which is tucked away in a niche. Placing the fireplace and furniture arrangement at an angle allowed for more natural walkway areas that communicated with the exterior doors and the kitchen working areas. The dining room’s open plan is perfect for small groups and expands easily for larger events. Raising the ceiling created visual interest and bringing the pop of teal from the Kitchen cabinets ties the space together. A built-in buffet provides ample storage and display. The Sitting Room (also called the Piano room for its previous life as such) is adjacent to the Kitchen and allows for easy conversation between chef and guests. It captures the homeowner’s chic sense of style and joie de vivre.
Balcones West Living Room
Balcones West Living Room
Sarah Stacey Interior DesignSarah Stacey Interior Design
Living Room by Sarah Stacey Design - Austin Interior Designer Photo by Ryann Ford
Family Room Addition
Family Room Addition
Margeaux Interiors - Margaret SkinnerMargeaux Interiors - Margaret Skinner
The clean lines of the contemporary living room mixes with the warmth of Walnut wood flooring. Pewabic tiles add interest to the slate fireplace. Photo Beth Singer Photography

L-Shaped Living Room Designs & Ideas

Coastal Project
Coastal Project
DLT Interiors-Debbie TravinDLT Interiors-Debbie Travin
Transitional/Coastal designed family room space. With custom white linen slipcover sofa in the L-Shape. How gorgeous are these custom Thibaut pattern X-benches along with the navy linen oversize custom tufted ottoman. Lets not forget these custom pillows all to bring in the Coastal vibes our client wished for. Designed by DLT Interiors-Debbie Travin
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