Cottage style decorating gives you a romantic feeling and sense of fresh flower gardens . It submit a soft and clean look that make you feel comfortable. Something as simple as white walls, lightweight, or even no window treatments, and plain cotton canvas slipcovers will put you well on your way to your very own cottage style living room. Now you have chances to create your own Cottage style by yourself . It is easy !!
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A large sectional helps define the living room area in this open living and dining space. The mix of leather and linen upholstery turns a basic sectional into a statement.
Details count in this living room: Nailhead trim outlines the sectional, armchair, and ottoman, uniting the three unique pieces. Crisp white beams and window trim delineate the otherwise rustic space.
Small homes require a bit of creative thinking when it comes to carving out space. In this tiny living room, the homeowners created an office area by outfitting an unused closet with a built in desk and shelving. Concealing the workspace for visitors is as simple as closing the closet doors.
A rug defines the seating area in the living room, which is tightly drawn together for easy conversation.
In this living room, warm beige walls and neutral furnishings lend a simple backdrop for a collection of feminine fabrics and playful art prints.
The vintage space pays homage to its roots with reclaimed-wood pilasters, wide-plank wood floors, and original woodwork, but it gets a modern demeanor with splashes of lavender and pink, as well as chic silver accents and a lucite coffee table.
Inspired by a family painting showcased over the fireplace, this family room features upholstery in simple neutrals with staying power, while pillows and accessories splash color from the artwork around the room. The casual, relaxed setting fits a young, active family.
An oversize wicker box, mounted on wheels for easy maneuvering, makes a charming coffee table that doubles as a handy storage space for extra blankets and reading materials.
An eclectic grouping of flea market and antique finds give the living room a vintage vibe that's curated, not cluttered.
Decorating with neutrals allows for seamless transitions when decorating tastes change over time. Here, a pair of neutral sofas get a dose of character from camp blankets and a collection of plaid and flame stitch throw pillows.
All white walls and ceiling beams emphasize the living room's soaring height.
This cozy cottage living room came together with easy do it yourself projects.
Slipcovers breath new life into outdated chairs (one was simply sewn from a canvas drop cloth). Sunny punches of bright yellow energize the classic blue and white scheme and add modern graphic interest fashioned from white paint on yellow fabric.
A flower garden palette sets a cheerful tone in this casual living room.
Although the furniture in this cheerful cottage living room might look like a matched set, the sofa, chair, and table are actually individual pieces picked up over time and united with a little elbow grease and paint, plus newly covered cushions.
Soft pastels stay grown up in this beach inspired family room by trading cute trims and embellishments for tailored furnishings.