We asked our interior designers and renovators to share living room designs that are perfect for chilling with Netflix.
Everyone could use a comfortable living room to Netflix and chill. Or if nobody wants to chill with you, you can always chill out instead with Daredevil or House of Cards.
But deciding on the best living room designs is not as simple as ABC. There are factors to be considered such as the height from ceiling to floor; the amount of natural lighting; the distance of the screen to the couch; and the list goes on.
To give you some ideas for the best living room designs to enjoy your Netflix, we have compiled some of the most awesome samples from our professional interior designers and contractors listed at Recommend.my
1. Sleek and minimalist-looking living room
Pair your flat screen TV with a minimalist looking console cabinet to allow a clean-looking living room, stowing away all the dangling cables of your decoders, modem and other digital gadgets. The low-back sofa and ceiling-height curtains help heighten the room.
2. Textured panelling wall adds a luxurious touch to living room designs
For those who prefer a more luxurious feel, consider a feature wall with textured panelling to set the right mood. Too much texture? Balance it out with an acrylic coffee table and an angular sofa with smooth fabrics.
3. Cosy living room for the whole family
A black motif creates a beautiful feature wall that is balanced by the off-white furniture. The same floral motif extends to the curtains and sofa cushions for a unifying feel.
4. Mixing patterns and plains furniture for a unique living room
Mix and match the furniture patterns to create a living room that shouts your character. Fill the armoire and decorate the walls with artifacts from your travels. However, that would also mean that the furniture’s sizes will vary in height and width. To unify the mismatched items, stick to a common colour theme where possible.
Mix and match living room design by Bonnieblue Furniture & Interiors. Source
5. Use a large TV and mirrored walls to extend the living room to infinity and beyond
In this room, a larger-than-60-inch TV almost looks like another window in the room. Combined with large windows and a mirrored wall, the room almost feels borderless, with lots of natural light.
6. A TV wall that doubles as display space
Using cleverly placed LED downlights, the entire TV wall of this living room becomes a display area for ornaments and books. The same lighting is used to spotlight the dark luxurious ceiling-height curtains.
Spacious living room by Young Concept Design. Source
7. Grey and white-themed living room that shouts modern and edgy
Want 50 Shades of Grey in your living room without the leather? Mix it with some splashes of colour, such as a throw pillow or a patterned rug. Although this interior seems edgy and modern, the enormous sofa helps in maintaining a welcoming atmosphere.
Grey futuristic living room by NEO Interior Design. Source
8. Hipster-styled living room designs for the art lover
All-white ceiling, floors and walls make the perfect blank canvas for interesting artwork and decorative pieces. Colourful throw pillows and big bean bag in bold colours also do the trick to add a sense of cosiness to your living room.
Artsy living room by Urban Structure Construction. Source
9. Stretch upwards with a high-ceiling and chandelier
Enjoy a vast feeling of openness filled with natural light through the day. Then, use a chandelier as the centrepiece and lighting at night. Strategic patterns on the TV feature wall draw the eye upwards.
Design for living room with high ceiling by Desigva Interior. Source
10. Swivelling TV as room divider
For a home with an open layout, breaking the areas into a foyer, living room and dining room could be done by adding a panelling wall. Hang a swivelling TV on the panelling to deliver Netflix everywhere.
Swivel panelling wall as area separator by LIFE ART INTERIOR DESIGN SDN BHD. Source
11. Matching theme for feature wall and plaster ceiling creates unity for the living room
Using a clever combination of textured wallpaper, window blinds and lined wood patterns on the floor and furniture makes this entire living room an exercise in perspective.
Patterned wall and ceiling by Theme Reno. Source