There is nothing like a room with a fireplace. And if you are fortunate enough to get one, play up the heat with plenty of texture. A mushy carpet can do wonders, as can hand-carved wood sculpture art, such as the piece by Roi James hanging over the fireplace below.
Today’s roundup is committed to the current fireplace, but there is an component of coziness involved too. For illustration, some current rooms with fireplaces still manage to be more stark than inviting. What makes a room cozy? How can a contemporary fireplace heighten the snug feel of a space? And more importantly, how can your inside room make a warm atmosphere this fall, with or without a fireplace? Let’s take a look at some beautifully designed living rooms below for inspiration:
Shaggy rugs are certainly one of today’s top design trends. Flokati rugs are increasingly trendy–who wouldn’t love a woolen rug with a thick pile?! Another plan to add texture: a tiled fireplace, especially if the tile is as shimmering as the glass on the fireplace below.
Did today’s post help add some warmth to your fall day? Remember that even if your house does not feature a fireplace, there are still plenty of ways to make a cozy feel!
One easy way to warm up your room for fall and winter is to fill it with warm tones. The glow of the fire below is enhanced by an plenty of tan and blush hues. And how about that intriguing tropical plant arrangement?!
Sectional sofas are a well known option for modern living rooms, especially when the living room possess a cozy fireplace. And a stunning view!
The next featured fireplace makes a vibe that is modern yet traditional, and this beautifully designed room is extra snug, thanks to orange, tan and gold tones. A grey carpet keeps things interesting by serving as a cool contrast.
If you have a fireplace, why not create it the focal point of your space? Surrounding it with inviting seating is one way to go, particularly if you add additional pillows and throws for the cool months ahead. In addition to the sensational marble fireplace, the room below sports a backless sofa, a sectional sofa, and a coffee table that doubles as an ottoman. Because you just might want to place your feet up.
Texture can get many forms, including the wood blind variety. Add a few plants, and your current space comes alive with natural elements (including the glow of the fire).
It’s All About Texture
We finish with an ultra-contemporary space that cannot help but channel a retro feel, thanks to wooden paneling. Plus, this space integrates all three of today’s underlined design features: texture, sufficient seating and plenty of warm tones. In example you are wondering, the fireplace backsplash is slate, the white trim is Meganite, and the ligneous cabinetry is walnut.
The sculptural fireplace under is a stunner! Also of interest in this space: a textured rug and a tall plant in a container that appears to be part planter and part basket.
The brick fireplace in the following featured picture truly anchors the space. So does the easy sofa in a fetching shade of navy.Notice how this snug room combines a variety of elegant features without seeming overly formal.