The Latest Interior Trends for Designing a Living Room

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Before I move I have a habit of promptly choosing where I will put everything, how I will display it, and what I need to add that extra umph to each room.

However, when you move across the country and sell 85% of what you own, there is an entirely different set of circumstances to prepare for. I cannot choose where to put my couch because... I. don't. have. one.

There is a great benefit to this problem: I get to start over and style with new stuff. Luckily my Pinterest boards are very active and my eye for aesthetics never sleeps.

Here are some ideas I came up with to inspire you and style a living room.

The guidelines I tried to follow when curating these:

a piece of furniture that turns into a bed for guests

leather

rugs I already own

HOW DO I PICK ONE?


| Farmhouse Chic|

simple. comfortable. more on the traditional side. thick wood and leather. fresh and light colors to compliment.

Couch, chair, coffee table and rug.

Couch, chair, coffee table and rug.



| Modern Comfort |

leather couch- because it is amazing. light fluffy chair to accent the masculinity and clean lines of the couch. A little metal and some color to add warmth and texture.

Couch, chair, coffee table, and rug

Couch, chair, coffee table, and rug


| Rustic |

This one takes on a more masculine tone, but is softened with the large and light fluffy couch. I love the mixture of textures and weights, as well as clean lines.

Couch, chair, coffee table, and fur rug.

Couch, chair, coffee table, and fur rug.


| A little bit of glam|

This one combines elements from all of the others: textures, clean lines, and comfort. This one features a brighter coffee table as a focal point and layered rugs. The couches low, mid century modern design takes the more traditional look and gives it a glamorous twist.

Couch, chair, table, fur rug, and jute rug.

Couch, chair, table, fur rug, and jute rug.




I am really looking forward to taking my ideas to a room.

-Inspiration from Ash