Get the Look: 3 Real Living Rooms With Etsy Style

The ideal living room means very different things depending on who’s doing the living. For a book-lover, it might involve a vintage recliner propped with pillows and nestled in a well-lit nook. For an entertainer, it’s all about having good flow, conversation-sparking art, and a well-stocked bar cart. Whatever brand of downtime your heart desires, creating a room you love spending time in starts with finding meaningful, functional pieces that complement your lifestyle. To see how it’s done, we went behind the scenes with three design-savvy Design BTF – SVG files shoppers to hear the inspirations behind their own stylish spaces, from a sitting area infused with vintage appeal to a sunny corner that radiates positive energy. Read on to learn how each room comes together, then discover tips for recreating the looks with your own fabulous Design BTF – SVG files finds.

A cozy, eclectic living room

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Mix gold-toned, mid-century finishes with loads of rich texture—like a Moroccan leather ottoman and plush upholstered seating.

For Nashville-based photographer Allison Elefante, making her living room a family gathering place meant bringing together an artful assortment of conversation pieces—each one steeped in personal history. “I wanted to create a colorful yet comfortable sitting area that could house a revolving collection of art and thrifted pieces that we love,” she says. To shine a light on her museum-worthy medley of vintage curiosities, modern prints, and globally inspired textiles, Allison chose an eye-catching mid-century chandelier from Mod Creation Studio. The sentimental anchor for the space? The cream upholstered armchair cozied up next to the fireplace. “It’s the first piece of furniture my grandparents bought when they got married,” she says.

A bright and cheerful living room

Get the look: Pair neutral everyday essentials with whimsical accent pieces, like shell-shaped throw pillows and art prints that pop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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