Domaine’s Favorite Living Rooms of 2014
The living room is the one room in your home that guests see most often, so it's important to put your best face forward there. It should look polished, entertaining-ready, and more importantly, totally you. Finding your personal style isn't easy, but the best way to do so is to get inspired by other successful rooms. Here, we've rounded up the most stunning spaces we've stepped into this year. We hope you find one that gets your wheels turning.
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A blue velvet sofa is an aspirational design piece for many decorators, and this Northern California living room designed by Ann Lowengart has not one but two. Also, that Christopher Boots chandelier is to die for.
The bookcase in fashion designer Ariane Goldman's SoHo loft is actually an antique mail chest, and it's such a stunning focal point for the cozy space.
This Austin-area home designed by Elizabeth Stanley took our breath away when we first saw it. It's dramatic yet calm and tasteful.
Designed by Sasha Bikoff, this glamorous, feminine living room, which belongs to a prima ballerina, is a sight for sore eyes.
We love the masculinity, geometry, and mixture of materials in this living room by Seattle-based designer Brian Paquette.
Cynthia Collins Interiors created a charming, feminine home for a mother and her daughters in Dallas. We love the sophisticated pastels and pops of pattern in this room.
We love the cozy, rustic vibe DISC Interiors gave this ultra-modern Santa Monica space. In addition to an incredible light fixture, the textile game here is also totally on-point.
Former Hootie and the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker's living room, designed by Angie Hranowsky, won us over with its worldly accents and vibrant pops of color.
Designed by DISC Interiors, this small room in Los Angeles' mid-Wilshire area is big on style thanks to carefully chosen pieces and original art.
This French living room designed by D.Mesure wowed us with statement furniture, a captivating art collection, and a beautifully curated palette.
Actor Ian Harding's Los Angeles living room has vintage charm with a gallery wall of empty gold frames and a cozy eclectic aesthetic with a blue velvet sofa.
Abstract art, custom furniture, and unusual accessories make this Los Angeles-based designer's living room an unforgettable one.
Natural materials and earthy colors make the perfect backdrop for designer Joe Nahem's extensive art collection and ocean views.
With mod furniture, pop art, and Pucci textiles galore, fashion designer John Eshaya's Palm Springs lounge is absolutely one of a kind.
Interior designer Lorenzo Castillo gives his artist brother's modern loft a major makeover with cool leather chairs and intriguing desaturated photography.
Primary colors, a large-scale geometric print, and ultra-chic brass elements make this Manhattan townhouse living room a total Betty.
Which space is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below.