This Oklahoma living room looks mod and organized. Wood flooring makes for a farmhouse vibe.
This Louisiana house used to have an outdoor kitchen in the 1820s.
All of the art in this Alaskan room was made with scrap wood left over from building this reader's cabin.
When this family relocated from their larger home in the city, they sold most of their furniture and replaced it with smaller, to-scale pieces such as Ikea chairs and a sofa from Home Decorators Collection.
In the living room, walls painted Simply White by Benjamin Moore offer a bright and airy feel, while other elements (like orange pillows) add a pop of color.
Erin devoted one corner of the enclosed porch to reading, complete with a vintage chair and a saddle-topped foot-stool. Classics like Little House on the Prairie and The Hardy Boys share space with more modern titles like the Harry Potter series.
Erin found the chair in the property's barn and reupholstered it in Amy Butler fabric. The gold-leaf frame above the mantel contains strips of photo booth pictures the family takes every year at the county fair.
Opposites do attract! Thanks to its quirky shape, this lone star spotlights the room's classic lines while adding a geometric punch.
The bold wall covering provides inspiration for all the other design elements in the room. The fresh yellow hue gets a boost thanks to the hint of green on the leaves. Industrial looking light fixtures are an interesting contrast.
Casual chambray meets classic lines and nostalgic details in a living room that could cure even the worst case of the blues.
The owner of this California bungalow artfully mixed her vintage globe collection with other quirky finds to infuse her living room with personality.
Interior designer Sarah Richardson relied on natural textures—a wood coffee table, bamboo and wicker side tables, woven baskets—to bring some of the outside warmth into her cottage.
The homeowner of this seaside cottage accented the white living room with reproductions of 19th-century bird prints, an antique model sailboat, and a Who Knew ottoman. The pretzel-chair cushions sport fabric in Tyler Hall's Siddhartha pattern.
In this Massachusetts home, a pair of chairs covered in cotton matelassé swivel to face the harbor in the master bedroom's sitting area.
In the living room of this East Hampton beach house, painted a happy green, Ikea bargains—$6 roman shades and a $99 jute rug—stylishly coexist with a $1,695 eco-friendly sofa by Lee Industries. The reclaimed-elm table is from local shop English Country Antiques.
A crab trap side table and a lamp—both from a local boutique—bookend this South Carolina home's Shabby Chic chaise lounge.
The living area's furnishings are awash in a sea of blues in this Martha's Vineyard home. A patchwork rug from Nomadic Trading Company anchors the room, furnished with linen sofas and a wingback chair by Cisco. The glass top on Groundwork's reclaimed-oak coffee table displays a collage of vintage art and family photos.
The color of the season, mint, evokes memories of long days and nights spent looking over the sea.
Add this accent color to unexpected places to bring the tranquility of the calm ocean waters inside.
Overhead, in the hay loft, an intimate seating arrangement provides a cozy spot for conversation. The vintage rattan settee boasts old military blankets-turned-cushions, while a "wall" of vintage factory racks provides a lot of display space.
This living room makes use of decor that is both beautiful and functional. Cooper found an old factor gear at Brimfield, turned it on its side, and topped it with sheep fencing for a cool cocktail table. Corrugated metal gets an artistic upgrade with a giant hand-painted butcher chart. The wall retracts and provides access to the back patio.