Living Room with No TV Ideas and Designs

WENTWORTH ESTATE
WENTWORTH ESTATE
Sally Conran Studio Ltd.Sally Conran Studio Ltd.
Sally was asked to create a smart and relaxed family Living Room with generous seating for family gatherings and entertaining. A smart palette of smoked oak, patinated brass, earthy olive green & charcoal, chalky mineral tones and lush warm velvets were chosen for the Living Room and complemented with verdant green plants in rustic glazed pots. A layered lighting scheme was designed to include a handmade glass chandelier, monochrome wall lights, sculptural ceramic table lights and floor lights for a soft, ambient mood.
The Camberwell House
The Camberwell House
Fraher & Findlay Architects LtdFraher & Findlay Architects Ltd
Photo of a traditional enclosed living room in London with beige walls, medium hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, no tv and brown floors.
De Nimes' House
De Nimes' House
Into interior designInto interior design
Design ideas for a medium sized traditional formal enclosed living room feature wall in London with blue walls, light hardwood flooring, no fireplace, no tv and beige floors.
The Coach House
The Coach House
McLean QuinlanMcLean Quinlan
Designed in 1805 by renowned architect Sir John Nash, this Grade II listed former coach house in the Devon countryside, sits on a south-facing hill, with uninterrupted views to the River Dart. Though retaining its classical appeal and proportions, the house had previously been poorly converted and needed significant repair and internal reworking to transform it into a modern and practical family home. The brief – and the challenge – was to achieve this while retaining the essence of Nash’s original design. We had previously worked with our clients and so we had a good understanding of their needs and requirements. Together, we assessed the features that had first attracted them to the property and advised on which elements would need to be altered or rebuilt. Preserving and repairing where appropriate, interior spaces were reconfigured and traditional details reinterpreted. Nash’s original building was based on Palladian principals, and we emphasised this further by creating axial views through the building from one side to the other and beyond to the garden. The work was undertaken in three phases, beginning with the conversion and restoration of the existing building. This was followed by the addition of two unashamedly contemporary elements: to the west, a glazed light-filled living space with views across the garden and, echoing the symmetry of Nash’s original design, an open pergola and pool to the east. The main staircase was repositioned and redesigned to improve flow and to sit more comfortable with the building’s muted classical aesthetic. Similarly, new panelled and arched door and window linings were designed to accord with the original arched openings of the coach house. Photographing the property again, twenty years after our conversion, it was interesting to see how once-new additions and changes have long settled into the character of the house. Outside, the stone walls and hard landscaping we added, are softened by time and nature with mosses and ferns. Inside, hardwearing limestone floors and the crafted joinery elements, particularly the staircase, are improving with the patina of wear and time.
Kent Drawing Room
Kent Drawing Room
ALEX JORGENSEN STUDIOALEX JORGENSEN STUDIO
This is an example of a large formal living room in Kent with grey walls, light hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace and no tv.
Jersey Farmhouse
Jersey Farmhouse
Landes Interiors & ShowroomLandes Interiors & Showroom
Rural enclosed living room in Channel Islands with blue walls, a wood burning stove, a stone fireplace surround, no tv, beige floors and panelled walls.
Little Venice Georgian Townhouse
Little Venice Georgian Townhouse
Margot Tsim InteriorsMargot Tsim Interiors
This is an example of a large contemporary formal mezzanine living room in London with white walls, dark hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, no tv and brown floors.
Kuro Koti
Kuro Koti
San StaeSan Stae
Photo of a large modern open plan living room in West Midlands with white walls, a wood burning stove, no tv, brown floors and a chimney breast.
Higher Dorsley - snug with feature fire place
Higher Dorsley - snug with feature fire place
VESP ArchitectsVESP Architects
From the main living area the master bedroom wing is accessed via a library / sitting room, with feature fire place and antique sliding library ladder.
Bridgman House
Bridgman House
THISS StudioTHISS Studio
Design ideas for a contemporary living room in London with white walls, no tv, black floors, exposed beams and a vaulted ceiling.
Chelsea apartment
Chelsea apartment
Nikki Hinton PhotographyNikki Hinton Photography
Inspiration for a traditional formal enclosed living room in London with white walls, light hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, no tv and beige floors.
Midcentury inspired new build
Midcentury inspired new build
Cat Dal InteriorsCat Dal Interiors
This new build architectural gem required a sensitive approach to balance the strong modernist language with the personal, emotive feel desired by the clients. Taking inspiration from the California MCM aesthetic, we added bold colour blocking, interesting textiles and patterns, and eclectic lighting to soften the glazing, crisp detailing and linear forms. With a focus on juxtaposition and contrast, we played with the ‘mix’; utilising a blend of new & vintage pieces, differing shapes & textures, and touches of whimsy for a lived in feel.
Living Area
Living Area
OakwrightsOakwrights
Living Area
Inspiration for a small farmhouse formal and grey and purple open plan living room in Surrey with multi-coloured walls, light hardwood flooring, a wood burning stove, a plastered fireplace surround, no tv, brown floors, exposed beams and a chimney breast.
Maida Vale in Focus: Realization Through the Lens
Maida Vale in Focus: Realization Through the Lens
Studio 212 ltdStudio 212 ltd
Maida Vale Apartment in Photos: A Visual Journey Tucked away in the serene enclave of Maida Vale, London, lies an apartment that stands as a testament to the harmonious blend of eclectic modern design and traditional elegance, masterfully brought to life by Jolanta Cajzer of Studio 212. This transformative journey from a conventional space to a breathtaking interior is vividly captured through the lens of the acclaimed photographer, Tom Kurek, and further accentuated by the vibrant artworks of Kris Cieslak. The apartment's architectural canvas showcases tall ceilings and a layout that features two cozy bedrooms alongside a lively, light-infused living room. The design ethos, carefully curated by Jolanta Cajzer, revolves around the infusion of bright colors and the strategic placement of mirrors. This thoughtful combination not only magnifies the sense of space but also bathes the apartment in a natural light that highlights the meticulous attention to detail in every corner. Furniture selections strike a perfect harmony between the vivacity of modern styles and the grace of classic elegance. Artworks in bold hues stand in conversation with timeless timber and leather, creating a rich tapestry of textures and styles. The inclusion of soft, plush furnishings, characterized by their modern lines and chic curves, adds a layer of comfort and contemporary flair, inviting residents and guests alike into a warm embrace of stylish living. Central to the living space, Kris Cieslak's artworks emerge as focal points of colour and emotion, bridging the gap between the tangible and the imaginative. Featured prominently in both the living room and bedroom, these paintings inject a dynamic vibrancy into the apartment, mirroring the life and energy of Maida Vale itself. The art pieces not only complement the interior design but also narrate a story of inspiration and creativity, making the apartment a living gallery of modern artistry. Photographed with an eye for detail and a sense of spatial harmony, Tom Kurek's images capture the essence of the Maida Vale apartment. Each photograph is a window into a world where design, art, and light converge to create an ambience that is both visually stunning and deeply comforting. This Maida Vale apartment is more than just a living space; it's a showcase of how contemporary design, when intertwined with artistic expression and captured through skilled photography, can create a home that is both a sanctuary and a source of inspiration. It stands as a beacon of style, functionality, and artistic collaboration, offering a warm welcome to all who enter. Hashtags: #JolantaCajzerDesign #TomKurekPhotography #KrisCieslakArt #EclecticModern #MaidaValeStyle #LondonInteriors #BrightAndBold #MirrorMagic #SpaceEnhancement #ModernMeetsTraditional #VibrantLivingRoom #CozyBedrooms #ArtInDesign #DesignTransformation #UrbanChic #ClassicElegance #ContemporaryFlair #StylishLiving #TrendyInteriors #LuxuryHomesLondon
CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE
CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE
Henry Prideaux Interior DesignHenry Prideaux Interior Design
This is an example of a classic formal open plan living room in London with pink walls, medium hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, no tv, brown floors and wallpapered walls.
Grade II listed Islington Georgian Townhouse
Grade II listed Islington Georgian Townhouse
Emilie Fournet InteriorsEmilie Fournet Interiors
The drawing room and library with striking Georgian features such as full height sash windows, marble fireplace and tall ceilings. Bespoke shelves for book, desk and sofa make it a social yet contemplative space.
Fulham Family Home
Fulham Family Home
Imperfect InteriorsImperfect Interiors
The sitting room of our Fulham Family Home project is painted in Little Greene Slaked Lime which feels light and elegant, and the contrasting dark built-in bespoke alcove joinery painted in Little Greene Basalt is perfect for displaying books & ceramics. The pink George Smith linen armchairs create symmetry either side of the marble fire surround, and the vintage style rugs add interest to the oak herringbone parquet floor.
Cotswold Breakfast Room
Cotswold Breakfast Room
Fawn InteriorsFawn Interiors
Design ideas for a large contemporary open plan living room in Wiltshire with white walls, limestone flooring, no fireplace, no tv and beige floors.
Modern Farmhouse
Modern Farmhouse
Haus Interior DesignHaus Interior Design
This 1850s farmhouse in the country outside NY underwent a dramatic makeover! Dark wood molding was painted white, shiplap added to the walls, wheat-colored grasscloth installed, and carpets torn out to make way for natural stone and heart pine flooring. We based the palette on quintessential American colors: red, white, and navy. Rooms that had been dark were filled with light and became the backdrop for cozy fabrics, wool rugs, and a collection of art and curios. Photography: Stacy Zarin Goldberg See this project featured in Home & Design Magazine here: http://www.homeanddesign.com/2016/12/21/farmhouse-fresh
Santa Monica Contemporary
Santa Monica Contemporary
Blue Label ConstructionBlue Label Construction
Design ideas for a contemporary formal open plan living room in Los Angeles with white walls, a ribbon fireplace, a stone fireplace surround and no tv.

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