Maximalist design champions diverse elements that thrive together in one space. Things like color, texture, patterns and shapes come alive in a maximalist room, harmonizing to create a space that feels fun and personal.
These details will fight for your attention in the best ways, leaving endless opportunities for the eye to explore each element. Here are some maximalist living rooms we can't stop staring at.
The Monochromatic Maximalist
A color palette can be monochromatic and still show off a maximalist style room. The assortment of prints upon the patterned wallpaper and abundance of texture given by the pillows screams "maximalism" in such a unique way.
The Chandelier Stunner
We love a glitzy chandelier, especially paired with a velvet bench. This statement making crystal light figure stands out on its own, but adding some fun patterned wallpaper and an interesting print brings this room to true maximalist design.
The Mirror Moment
There's no better way to go maximal than with an ornate mirror thats nearly floor to ceiling. Covering the walls in large pieces like mirrors and paintings is a surefire way to create dimension and fun. Everything about this living room makes us look twice.
The Curated Clutter
Maximalism isn't only about mixing design components like color and texture. You can go big by having multiple pieces of furniture in a tight space, while still looking stylish and being functional. This space shows how we can end the stigma around clutter, having it become a part of your space in a curated way.
The Bold and Beautiful
There's nothing quite like a bold rug choice. This patterned shag rug comes to life next to its counterparts, like this velvet chair and grand fireplace.
The Plant Paradise
Covering your space in plants can be a beautiful way to create more specific type of maximalism. The common theme throughout helps the room to feel organized, while the volume leaves us breath-taken.
The Style Twist
We love the way this room plays on maximalism by integrating another design theme throughout. The aspects of a grandmillenial twist like the bamboo style coffee table and floral blue rug feel at home in the space, while still giving a sense of curiosity that we can't get enough of.
The Play on Shapes
The way the circular patter of this couch compliments the clean lines of the built in shelves in a wonder in itself. Finding balance is not only possible in maximalism but it can help your design to feel even more purposeful. We also love the consistent blue and orange throughout this room, making it feel exciting and bold.
The Fun Floorplan
There is no denying that furniture placement plays a place in maximalism as much as anything else. The separation of these two sitting areas marked by their own rugs and paintings gives this space a feeling of adventure, and we love how the colors stay consistent yet interesting.
The Print Shelfie
Having a smaller space doesn't have to mean you need to keep your design minimal. Repeating an item such as fun prints in frames is a great way to pack a punch and make your living room feel personal. This styled shelf and peach velvet sofa is a maximalist dream come true.