5 Inspiring Living Room Ideas To Steal

The Natural Look

Hanging pictures is great, but what about propping them up in a windowsill? We love the way this artwork is arranged so it feels natural. Even the throw blankets look lived in!

Prints

Adding a printed accent wall can feel like a big risk. If you’re brave enough, a bold print can warm up a bland room design — and design-friendly wallpaper can make your job even easier.

Earth Tones

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I’m dancing a jig because we made some major progress in the living room!! So many things that you have to see and hear about (new post is up - I’ll add a link in my stories). BUT, let’s chat about what you see right here. I spy one new sofa from @burrow (ad) and there’s a matching one on the other side of this space (wish I could put one of those slow clap GIFS in right now!). 😂 The humongous coffee table was a vintage find. The jury is still out on that! More on the paint color, the rug, the corner cabinet... more on it all on the blog. Progress peeps, progress. 💃🏼💃🏼💃🏼 #currenthomeview ⁣ •⁣ •⁣ •⁣ #currenthomeview #smploves #housetohome #apartmenttherapy #neutraldecor #livingroomdecor #midwestblogger #lovewhereyoudwell #livingroomdesign #woodfloors #vintageliving #sundayvibes #sundaymorning #lonnylivimg #bhg #myhomevibe #myhome #myhomestyle

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This room is giving us such cozy, homey vibes! Grounding your living room with Earth tones can warm it up without making it feel bogged down with thrift store tchotchkes.

Bold Colors

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Our first time meeting is approaching us at the end of December. Here we are 6 years in. I remember you as the young guy who could make me laugh and talk with me nonstop from the moment I sat down in your car. I went off with a stranger who never actually felt like a stranger to me. I felt at home and never left you from there on. . I remember our talks of our hopes for the future, not wanting to admit it’d be us married, having kids, not even having a home together. I remember you specifically wanted a studio apartment with just you and your cat. I asked if you would marry a girl you love enough if she wanted to and you said yes for someone I love enough if that’s really what she wanted. . I remember casually telling you my hopes of marrying young, being a younger mom no older than 25 when I had a baby. Here we are — moved in together 3 months into our relationship, married at 19 & 20 in the simplest backyard with the best couple of friends, honeymooned in the gorgeous waterside inn together, got pregnant 5 weeks later with Rosalie, got our first apartment with a cute upstairs loft bedroom, had our first lovely strawberry girl at 21, moved into your childhood home at 22, and have been making it home ever since. Of course completing our little family by Fern’s arrival. . I love how things pan out. Thank you for loving me so beyond yourself as I do for you. Thank you for trusting in this life we built and continue to build. Thank you for putting up with my absurdly stubborn self and my outspoken, counterculture family. Thank you for helping make and raise these beautiful daughters alongside me. Thank you for showing our daughters how to be creative, strong-willed, empowered, and empathetic people. Thank you for giving every last bit of your time and effort to make sure we’re taken care of and safe, even in life’s toughest depths. A lot different than your 19 year old self would’ve expected huh @knife.and.pint ? 😂👨‍👩‍👧‍👦🏠🧡

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Another way to brighten up a room is to center your design around a single bold piece. This Brick Red sofa pairs nicely with both neutral schemes and more eclectic looks.

Clean Lines

There’s a fine line to tread between minimalism and a boring room. Keep things simple but stylish by adding a few pillows from our Mid-Century Collection.

We’d love to see how you make your room perfect for Instagram! Be sure to tag us @burrow or use our hashtag #MyBurrow so we can see the end results.



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