What color is your living room now and do you still like it? Choosing the color of the living room might be easy for those of you who like to use common living room wall paint colors like white or beige.
In fact, besides the general colors, there are still many other color palette choices that can make your elegant living room look more charming.
Some popular designers provide color game recommendations for a memorable living room in your home!
The beautiful mix of turquoise and hot pink pop in the cheerful Los Angeles living room was created by Design Star winner Emily Henderson. All three colors are applied respectively to the color of the sofa in the room.
Use big hit colors in the living room palette to create bright, airy, and happy spaces that integrate feminine and masculine details.
Turquoise, Neon Yellow and Gray
Interior designer Abbe Fenimore plays with a green-yellow and gray color palette in this cheerful living room. The soft blue modular sofa glows with an electric neon cushion on top.
Gray walls are the perfect backdrop for the bright nuances of this living-looking living room.
Mixing navy and brown might look dark for the living room, but the two color palettes look beautiful in this comfortable seating area.
Designer Lindsey Coral Harper covered the walls in painted navy blue, and added brown pieces with a wooden frame on the side of the chair and art. The results are amazing, right?
Green Mint and Pink
Discover a unique color palette through a blend of accessories in your home. The living room by Designer Fawn Galli, with a pink and green pastel palette, was inspired by a pair of tie curtains from Cambodia.
Black, White and Blue
The classic black-and-white color palette appears fresher when blue is added to the design of this beautiful living room. Designer Abbe Fenimore painted sharp blue walls to present black-and-white furniture in a bold new way. Blue accents add a completely new feel to the living room wall.
Black Glamour and Purple
If you crave an elegant living room, this second choice of colors will realize your dream. Hilari Younger pairs purple with black and white to create a room that has the feel of Old Hollywood. Cool gray walls add the latest sophisticated touch to this seating area.
Soft Blue and Green Grass
The Philadelphia-based interior designer, Mona Ross Berman, uses light blue that extends to the floor with blue and green patterned carpets in this comfortable living room.
Green grass elements are added to a calming color palette with cut accents: Ottoman fabric, X-shaped benches and pillows. For a room with a bright color palette like this, use a neutral main color to balance it, like this cream sofa.