A living room is the heart of a home, a place for entertaining, relaxing, and spending time with loved ones. These rooms are packed with inspiration on how to make a living room cozy, from layering textiles to adding a large gallery wall of family heirlooms. Whether your space is large or small, these cozy living room ideas will create a warm and inviting environment to be enjoyed all year-round. Plus, get more of our best living room inspiration here!


Traditional and Cosy

This design is a great way to create a cosy TV room - mixing a dark blue paint colour with the floor-to-ceiling library with the addition of the library ladder invites you in and makes you want to cuddle up on the sofa with a book to wait out the colder months.


Contemporary and Cosy

This living room design creates a tranquil yet cosy feel to the space. Using a neutral two tonne colour palette to add depth to the room; but still keeping it light. Paired with our fluted wall panel - No.109 - Valleys. Our wall panels are perfect to use in a TV room and media rooms as the panels has acoustic wall panel properties, absorbing up to 25% of conversational sound.


Grey and Cosy

Grey can sometimes feel like a cold colour but paired with textures and lighting it can warm up a room for a cosy feel. In this design, our wall panel No. 130 - Chevrons is added to sections of the room; this wall panel is highly decorative, adding the wall panel to small areas of the room really creates a feature to the panelling. Adding our wall moulding - No. 190; (which allows you to conceal LED strips) is a great way to add mood lighting and really highlight your exquisite wall panelling. 


Simple and Cosy

Keeping your colour palette and decretive mouldings simple is a great way to layer and experiment with furniture. This design gives a great combination of a cosy and a slight Parisian style. Using a warm neural grey colour (Hoxton Grey - No. 72) and simple wall moulding (No. 4020) to create a shaker-style design creates depth and keeps a cosy and light feel.


Blue and Cosy

Blue is another colour that can have a cold feel, but adding texture and layering fabric can instantly give a blue colour a warm sense to it. Adding simple mouldings and tall skirtings is a great way to add textures and features to a room that can give any space a unique feel.

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