You might have browsed through hundreds of online catalogues and Pinterest boards to determine what kind of an aesthetic you want in your own. But at the end of the day, nothing seems truly appealing. Or you may feel like an idea is too big or pretentious for your own living rooms. So today, we’ve compiled 5 highly unique living room design ideas to inspire you.
1. Bold colors
This living room interior design stands out because of its highly impactful media wall! The red and black concept is quite unique and bold. It’s complemented by the understated grey and white backdrop, which is contrasting but elegant. However, the thing that stands out the most are the vertical mullions that act as a separation to the private parts of the home. This is definitely a design that inspires vividness and respects privacy at the same time.
2. Glass partitions
Many homeowners find it disturbing to have a living room that’s extremely connected to the private parts of a house. If you’re one of those, you can definitely take inspiration from this glass-box living area which maintains a nice visual connection, but creates a physical barrier between the living room and the rest of the home.
3. Adjoined dining area
Most Singaporean homes are short on real-estate, which means that you need to compromise on some of the spaces. The dining area tends to be that space most of the time, but you can definitely have it in your homes by combining it with the living area. The living-come-dining space is a staple in most small style homes in Singapore.
4. Feature window
Living rooms with large window portals tend to use them as a major part of their aesthetic. Take a look at this image – the space has been minimally furnished to make the window portal a statement piece. The design of the curtains has been deliberately selected to inspire a grand aura within the space.
If your living room is either too small or too large, you can use geometric patterns of different kinds to inspire your desired ambiance in them. The striped media wall featured in this image is a great example of how you can imbue tallness in a relatively small space.