A lime green living room is exactly what a stylish room needs to feel complete. The color vibes of a living room are incredible important to help a living room blend seamlessly, but if you prefer a less ocher tone, consider a room with lighter tones, but still distinct enough to bring a nice balance overall. The following living room designs will work well to introduce a healthy dose of peony into your living space.

Living Room in Cape Cod.

The living room in this living room is particularly beautiful because it features a supporting wooden built-in structure with white marble countertops. This simple neutral coloring in combination with many types of wood furniture and aged wooden ceiling beams create a charming aesthetic amongst the light tones in this light colored room.

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Living Room in Tuscula.

For the straight-laced streets in Tuscegos, Greece, a gorgeous living room like this one is just the ticket. Two contrasting and contrasting living room ideas for a living room, brought together with vibrant natural lighting and Portuguese furnishings. Very charming.

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Living Room in Palm Beach.

In a tropical home, this stunning living room is easily the most dreamy of them all. So pure and refreshing, yet so real. And peaceful, for the family – and the way the colors work within them.

Living Room in Lo Bar.

A gorgeous modern space, the living room is the most luxurious and lively of the living rooms you will see in this large and open living room. This design is quite simple, yet there are so many quirky colors and patterns to really complete the feeling of a luxurious home.

Living Room in Old World Charm.

If you look at this living room from a distance, it looks like it originated in the Renaissance, yet imagine how disorganized and disorganized it must be to have a space full of rich and luxurious decoration. The entire decoration comes from the very foundations of a traditional style, like painting or fabrics in antique colors.

Living Room in Italy.

If you have the guts, the Italian design and architectural styling you can get for your living room, but in a more modern and appealing style. Buy off-white and tan furniture and add bright golden accents to your plush brown walls and creamy off-white and black furniture to give it that unique, modern look. Use white as the background, and keep the decorations, as this living room is done in a fashionable, almost minimalist style.

Living Room in Flamingo.

This living room is full of luxury and cozyness, but it also has a bit of an artistic, sort of grown up spirit. It’s still feminine but has the amount of unique, ultilinear accents that modern living rooms do well. Flamingo is a very “cool” furniture piece with a strong personality (as well as trendy appeal).

Living Room in Contemporary Chic.

Contemporary styles tend to be a bit more cool than traditional styles, due to all the details and embellishments. This living room, for example, has cool details include a ceiling medallion, but the overall style is quite sophisticated. A long, clean curtain and a bright accent wall come together to give this living room real personality.

Living Room in which more energy is given off.

This open plan living is a DIY success as well, but it’s also something that all of us at work could readily afford. Some oomph distinctions are created, however, with the addition of lighting and, in this case, interesting pendant lamps. This lighting adds color, and even color, to a neutral space for the ultimate time and opportunity alike.

So, with open living, why not go a little wild and try it yourself?!