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Can I have one of these Living Rooms?

In the three homes that I've lived in, most of the furniture chosen by my parents and my in-laws have been very earthy. This might have influenced me to choose brown checkered covers for my sofas when they needed changing three years ago.

If I had a choice now, I would love to add some colour to the living room. Perhaps something like the below?


Eclectic Living Room by Los Angeles Interior Designers & Decorators Leslie L. Hunt Interior Design

I love the colours here. They're pastel-y and nice. Perfect for my future beach house.


Eclectic Living Room by Philadelphia Photographers Elaine Musiwa

I like the brightness of the area but personally, I'll never have white sofas especially with hubby and I who like eating in front of the Living Room TV.


If I ever do stay in a continental country or in Cameron Highlands, I wouldn't mind having a fireplace like this. No buddha statue for me, though.

NEXT WEEK IN HOME & LIVING: Can I have this kitchen?


Eclectic Living Room by London Furniture & Accessories rigby & mac

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  1. WOW! These are amazing designs! I like the second photo very much. Lots of space.

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  2. These living rooms are all fantastic! I love the third one with the black mantel the most! =)

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  3. Lol white sofas are a really bad idea. Don't try it because you will be crying for the money you have spent. Nevertheless these living rooms look pretty nice. I would prefer the 2nd..even with the white sofa.

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  4. I love the look of the Eclectic Living Room in the first image - stunning, all the colours are vibrant and it would definitely be a very cool place to chill in! Sim x

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  5. I realize you have a soft spot for colourful cushions! Same for me, my mum dislike light coloured sofa as it might get stained by dark coloured clothes etc

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  6. this gives me ideas for my future house. these definitely have a homely feel to them

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    1. I can imagine my guests talking for hours in one of these living rooms

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  7. I also want to have one of these living rooms! They looks so nice! Home sweet home!

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  8. These would be great living rooms that can be radiant on the warm months and warm on the cold months. The design is easy on the eyes and appealing.

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  9. Great designs but I go for that rattan-laced one.

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  10. They are all quite lovely. I like spaces with clean lines and minimal clutter... ideally. ;-)

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  11. those choices are really good idea for ur living room, and i recommend you to choose pict no 4. looks casual and lovely.

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  12. Oh gosh, I could only wish I live in those places haha!

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  13. I love how the room looks. It's light as well as the feeling it gives. For living room, it's up to hubby to choose what he likes. All I want to have is to have a mini-library. ~Summer

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    1. Hubby's tend to choose function over form! I love reading books too!

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  14. OMG, these living rooms are so stylish! I love the vivid colors and the whole atmosphere created by this trendy arrangement!

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  15. Love white too, but its not practical for everyday use. A simple and cosy living room is what I wanted.

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  16. Those are beautiful living rooms. Now I have more ideas for furnishing our house once we get to live there. :)

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    1. Thanks, Pam! I'm hoping I will get one of these one day :)

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  17. I love that the design is designed for small spaces. It's perfect for me! :)

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    1. Yes, I think it's easier to decorate a smaller room! They're much cozier too!

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