An upstairs family room used as a private space has a casual feel with dark, stained woodwork, comfy couches and minimal artwork that includes a mix of frames painted to match the wall and show off select photos and artifacts, including a very Texan cow skull.

Cozy Craftsman-style living room with a fieldstone-faced hearth.

This cozy seating area features a fireplace that was restored after suffering decades of settling.

The living room fireplace has a slate-tile surround and wood mantel over formerly built-up brick. Light fixtures are Craftsman-style reproductions.

The homeowners chose dark wood blinds for the family room—and all the rooms in the house because they feel unfussy.

This sunny living room has original leaded-glass windows, a light-enhancing pale color palette, and dark-stained floors.

Vaulted ceilings made this living room feel much larger

In this living room, a wide opening was cut in the wall that divided the original twin front parlors, easing the flow of light and traffic.

A bright-white living room with touches of blue and a beautiful view | via @coastalliving

I love these floors, the built-in bookshelves, and the @farrowball paint color in the adjacent music room | via @jennykomenda

This TOH editor would die and go to heaven for the stained-glass transoms in this London Victorian home by Marianne Cotterill.

Hello, mirrored subway #tile.

From the #transom on the left to the barely-there blue #paintedceiling, this living space is traditional without feeling stuffy.

This mantel oozes springtime Via @shopterrain

Lazy Sunday | Fireside

Stencil accent wall in turquoise/teal and greige.

#Maps as wall #art = #winning

We love rooms with great natural sunlight. If your windows could use an update, enter The Great TOH Giveaway once a day for your chance at one of three packages of @simontonwindows vinyl replacement windows and patio doors!

I love how this room balances out dark walls and floors with a #neon coffee table and bold yellow #wallart

This Charleston living area is worn in on all the right surfaces for some serious old house charm via @designsponge

This orderly living space shows how contemporary furnishings can harmoniously coexist with older elements in this revamped Georgian. Check out those candle #sconces and all the trimwork!

awful looking, eh? jk

As #trends go, #decorating with #maps is one I can definitely get behind.

It sounds kind of crazy, but #crownmolding and #parquetfloors look awesome together.

This living room is making the case for an absence of color. Wood floors gleam beside of all of this #blackandwhite.