Family room or commonly referred to as a living room or living room (although some people consider both are different rooms), is the most widely used public area.
Unlike a bedroom that is a private area for family members, the design of this open lounge can be used as a place to play, chat with family members, and lazy on holidays.
Instead of being used for just one task, this room can be a place for many activities at once, from watching television to chatting late at night.
Designing a comfortable family room is important to make you feel more at home. Check out the 10 lounge designs below and be a happy homebody in your own home!
Scandinavian style that is attached to the impression of being clean from the selection of colors is the best inspiration for your lounge. Complete with soft carpet and sofa to chat with all family members.
Japanese Style Lounge
For those of you who want a to just sit down and relax, this Japanese-style interior design can be a reference. Japanese people to this day still like sitting on a tatami mat instead of using a sofa or chair.
Classic Style Lounge
Classic style buffs will definitely feel more comfortable in a room with old-fashioned decorations like the family room above. The selection of carpets and decorative lights is the main point in this design.
Minimalist Style Leisure Room
Minimalist style not only seems simple, but also neat. Choosing the right color, lighting, and furniture will be the key to your comfort in this lounge.
Vintage Style Lounge
You can capture the vintage impression in this room from the selection of tables, leather sofas and wall decorations. You can insert other vintage components to enhance the appearance.
Rustic Style Lounge
Although impressed with the order, rustic style still has its own fans. Relying on rough and all-open surfaces, the rustic style is very suitable to be the concept of a warm family room in your home.
Urban Style Relax Room
If you want a simple TV room with a design that remains elegant, try to imitate the interior with an urban touch above. The exposed brick details on one side of the wall make the room look not boring.
Industrial Style Lounge
Adorned with monochrome colors, industrial design has become a favorite of many people besides classical and Scandinavian styles.
Not only suitable for cafes or restaurants, this relaxed industrial-style space managed to look attractive without having to look excessive.
Lounge in the Attic
The room closest to the roof is often abandoned or used as a warehouse. Instead of being left unused, try magic your attic into a lounge. Guaranteed you will feel at home all day there!
Lounge on the Balcony
Your balcony is spacious and empty and doesn’t know what you want it to function for? The open balcony is the perfect place for tea in the afternoon with all family members.