7 iconic living room interiors for your homes
A living room is the core of your home – both a public and private space depending on the company. There are many ways to design the interior of a living room, but to make it iconic, you need to add a particular oomph to its design. Today we will be looking at some extraordinarily iconic living room designs in our library.
- Perforated divider
Most contemporary living rooms are designed on the basis of an open floor plan. They are clean and spacious, but leave little to the imagination when it comes to the rest of a home. What makes this living room iconic is its firm stance on privacy; the laser cut screen acts as a divider and separates it from the rest of the home while keeping the style engaging and comfortable.
Most generic living room designs use the space at the back of the couch as circulation space, but this one actually makes it a more relaxing, casual extension of the formal living room itself. The bean bag and cushions combo creates a decidedly unique vibe that allows the person to fully relax in their home.
Any veritable couch potato would instantly fall in love with this design. Although it is designed on a pretty generic layout, it is the cool and funky furniture that sets it apart from the rest of its living are brethren’s. The white sofa opposite the rustic wall create a juxtaposing theme that may not have worked anywhere else at all.
Old school furniture combined with mosaic splash and a fun lighting fixture is what makes this living room iconic. In a world where sleek, swanky high glossed laminates are the first choice, the designers have given this living room interior some character by owning up to the retro vibe of this design.
- Minimal industrialist
Minimalism is a hard theme to carry in a space as homely as a living room. This interior manages to follow through on that aesthetic without compromising the pragmatism of the space though. The grey/rust color scheme balances out the rhythmic glitches that might have been carried out by the singular use of either themes.
- Steampunk industrial
That may not be an officially coined design term but it certainly defines this particular aesthetic. The cozy clutter combined with a brick wall texture creates a unique vibe that is not usually found in many residential interiors.
- The grey
While most living rooms make the media wall an attraction, this one gives that place of honor to the television itself. The cute, rustic podium becomes an extension and contrast to the simple grey backdrop, while the space in between is the industrial style equivalent of circulation.