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April 27, 2017:

“Design is not how it looks like and feels like. It’s how it works.” – Steve Jobs

Your living room is the most occupied space at your home, which is why it should be appealing to the eye and comfy to reside. Therefore it is essential to keep in mind the changing needs of Urban lifestyle.


Here is a list of some of the most sought-after designs for your living space- a kind that can change your life in myriads of magical ways-

  • Bohemian Style


A Bohemian Style room, Pixabay

The Bohemian style is also known as “boho chic” has an edgy touch in its truest sense.

It gives a homely feel and this style is all about creating a home than exhibiting vintage collections. It is a cult drawn back from the period of the 90s but in a refined and imposing way. Most of the living rooms have white walls, neutral tones, natural and earthy materials making it a perfect epitome of bohemian quaint.

  • Glam Living

Luxurious room, Pixabay

As the name insinuates these living rooms are loaded with luxuries and adds to the immense glamour quotient. What I like about these rooms is the aesthetics and how it strikes a balance between glamour and warmth.

Imagine yourself environed by such overwhelming texture plus the comfort it will give. The subtleness is just breathtaking and yet of course who wouldn’t admire such a sumptuous piece of art.

  • Romantic Living space

A Romantic Living space, Pixabay

These are the perfect style bedrooms to lure your partner. It appeals to the senses and arouses intimate feelings in partners. It has a hint of femininity supplemented by graciousness and elegance.

Romantic rooms need not be in a red colored theme as there is no austerity. It can have beautiful lighting, a comfortable bed, low lighting, candles and flowers on the décor side. It offers warmth and indulging aura that can pacify your frame of mind.

  • Contemporary living style

Contemporary style living space, Pixabay

The Contemporary styled living room has bold texture and is round on the edges. The pattern, color, textures, and shapes downright make it a very sophisticated style.

You should not stress about a single color scheme, here you use two contrasting colors to give it a more sensible appeal.

  • Traditional Living Room

Traditional living space, Pixabay

They say one must not forget its roots where it came from. Seems right? The Traditional style of living rooms is timeless and effortless. You don’t have to think twice if you are pondering over this one. This one is worth a shot. In the world of trends chose to remain classic by making a right choice for yourself.

These kinds of living rooms come peachy, green, tan or aubergine tone tones. To give your living room a more authentic look you can place oil painting, antiques or ornate stands which you may like.

  • Cottage Living rooms

Cottage living room, Pixabay

Cottage styled rooms are colorful and comfortable. It has painted wooden furniture with weathered finishing and floral cushions.

It will give a homely feeling with smooth features on the outlook.

  • Eclectic Living space

Eclectic living space, Pixabay

Eclectic means to combine myriad of propositions. Eclectic styled living rooms are a combination of different styles.

It takes in all kind of color schemes, texture, finish, pattern or color. So if you are not able to pick any of the designs, go eclectic. Mix it all and bring out a uniqueness in your design.

  • Minimalist style living room

Minimalist Living space, Pixabay

These living rooms are new of a kind as they are spacious and there is a very minimalistic amount of furniture in there. Those who like spacious rooms can opt for this genre of design.

These are high-ceilinged rooms with a generous amount of space. Everything is really placed and well kept. A minimalist living space is important because it fills up your room with meaning rather than stuff. A minimalistic living will create peace in your life.

  • Rustic living

Rustic style living room, Pixabay

Rustic style living rooms will have stone walls, exposed woods, a warm fireplace at the centre of the room.

It is all about embracing the nature while sitting at home and gazing the unavoidable and spell bounding aesthetics.

– by Naina Mishra of Newsgram, Twitter Nainamishr94


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