LUXBOOK | Living Room Looks

Looking for a hint of design inspiration or for a piece similar to one in a designer’s project? Look no further! We present 3 diverse, yet equally striking living room designs from LUXBOOK. What do you think of these Living Room Looks?

A Cultured Corner Offering Respite

DESIGN BY Stephanie stokes

Cultivate sophistication by incorporating antiques from a range of eras and provinces. We love how Stephanie Stokes utilizes a stunning, illustrated 6-panel screen as the backdrop for this living room. It’s an immediate conversation piece and transports the viewer. Screens make for a versatile addition, one which can be mounted on a wall as a work of art or used as a chic divider. Natural, dark, wood furnishings and symmetry amplify a sense of harmony.

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Antique Table Stand   —   Meiji Period Screen   —   Chinese Cabinet

Beyond A Shadow of a Doubt

DESIGN BY Eric cohler

Often people shy away from using dark colors, particularly black, in interiors – worried the end result may be too confining. However, this dining room by Eric Cohler should quash any doubts that dark shades can’t make for chic spaces with refreshing unconventionality. Eric enlists subtle contrast with the addition of off-white trim and abstract artwork. A touch of purple and zebra print is in keeping with the eclectic twist.

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 Italian Walnut Chair — Luigi Saccardo Table  — French 19th Century Sofa

Rustic Retreat

DESIGN BY Shawn henderson

This Connecticut Farmhouse designed by Shawn Henderson nods towards traditional design while avoiding being outdated. Exposed beams and consistent use of natural materials such as timber and river stones contribute to the rustic, unassuming appeal of this home. Modern, and at times unexpected, furnishings bring it into the 21st century and accentuate the graceful framework of the room.

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 Chairs by Børge Mogensen   —  Eva by Bruno Mathsson — Sideboard by Peter Hvidt

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