Brown living room can be reached in many ways, by giving it brown painting, or completing it with brown furniture. Below you can see some photos of living room that full of brown furniture.
Brown Living Room Furniture
An elegant brown adorns the walls of this quirky home’s living room. Gingham skirts give antique living chairs kicky country charm. A turned-leg side table finds an unexpected complement in a sassy Stray Dog bubble lamp. A colorful array of salvaged bead board makes for a gloriously one-of-a-kind ceiling.
The owners of this cozy Vermont cottage paired a rare 1930s rectangular rag rug with an antique French-Canadian dining table and an array of chairs dating from the 1880s. The home’s original exterior walls are visible in the background.
Casual eclecticism rules in this Chicago home’s kitchen dining nook, furnished with a reclaimed-oak table, a Belgian sofa from the early 1900s, reproduction caned chairs, and a vintage footstool upholstered with an antique carpet.
A silhouette collection covers an entire living room wall of this Pennsylvania home. A dark brown plantation chair, by Palecek, and a flea-market coffee table rest on a made-to-order rug by Essis & Sons. The custom-reproduction 18th-century highboy is by LeFort Furniture.
A custom banquette, designed to mimic the living room’s rounded wall, offers comfy seating. The homeowner of this colorful home inherited the table from her great-grandmother, and the chandelier is part of Stray Dog’s new collection for West Elm.
Subtle cream wallpaper highlights the fireplace while gold and dark brown accessories provide warmth. Metallic accessories and textured cushions finish off the look.
Teaming chocolate brown with teal accents gives a warm feel with a fresh lift. Disparate patterns and textures work well together when kept to a minimal colour palette. Adding a small table to this living room gives it another function.
Create a comfortable, vintage look for your living room with floral curtain fabric from Jane Churchill and a classic leather sofa. The checked footstool is from Sofa Workshop and the wooden chest and neutral carpet really adds to that ‘evolved-over-the-years’ feel.
A brown living room is easier to decorate than you might think. Brown may be darker than other colors but it is versatile enough to go with every style of decor, from modern to rustic. Work with the brown on your walls or furniture for the best results and you’ll have a living space everyone will enjoy.