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Living Room Interior Design Inspiration

Looking for some living room design ideas? We understand that decorating can feel intimidating if you’re starting from scratch, so let us inspire you with our contemporary designs. We’ve got everything you need to create the perfect living room decor, from luxury sofas to contemporary chairs. Browse our furniture and accessories designs and let us help you design a room that reflects your own unique style.

 Cosmopolitan Living Room Design


When we design our clients’ living rooms, we aren’t guided by the latest trends and fashions. Yes, we incorporate styles that are popular, but we design a space to be a reflection of the owner’s personality and lifestyle – a space that encapsulates them so that they can feel most at home. At BoConcept, we design with two key design styles in mind; Scandinavian and Metropolitan. Within each of the two themes, we then work with additional sub-themes to create nuances and variation, reflecting trends and tendencies in Interior Design this season.

Needing advice for your living room? You can book a free, no-obligation consultation with our designers to create your perfect space. 

New Neutrals


A fresh minimalism inspired by a yearning for the basic and nostalgic. The aesthetic is light. The tones of pale woods, ceramic, concrete and white marble join a delicate palette of near-pastel hues. Minimal treatments give natural textures and patterning the freedom to the surface – a tactile quality complemented by heavy textiles and plush fabrics.

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beige living room in neural tones, with a cream sofa, ceramic coffee table, dark curtains and concrete floor.


Designer coffee table with storage, with stone and wooden top. Leather sofa and wool rug in the background.

Dark Wonder


Dark, dramatic and sophisticated. The sensorial quality of Dark Wonder is undeniable, giving homes an air of indulgence. Above a base palette of soft blacks rise deliciously sensual hues in muted tones. Dark leathers, suedes and velvets sit beside black oak and marble. While brass, steel and glossy surfaces add surprising accents.


Staple Pieces in a Living Room

When designing a room, it can be easy to gloss over key pieces that make the room functional. Be inspired by our images and tips below.

Modern living room with fabric sofa, leather armchair and stone coffee table. Designer storage shelves and contemporary rug.

Simple and Essential


In this setting, our stylists have brought Danish designs together in a contemporary expression to create a light and calming aesthetic that is undeniably Scandinavian. Around a palette of neutrals, blues and greys, the Osaka sofa and armchair in complementary materials ensure a simple, essential look. We have added a richer hue in the leather of the Osaka armchair to add a touch of nostalgia and warmth to a clean, modern space. 

Modern sofa bed and storage footstool, with green rug and hardwood flooring.

Stylish Storage


Multi-functional is the watchword for living rooms in the new normal. Now that our homes are doubling up as offices, gyms and pop-up bars, clever storage ideas are a must. A storage pouffe will provide space to store gym equipment, office supplies or even linen for your sofa bed. 

The Taylor sofa bed and pouffe provide the practicality that you need, wrapping a full-size mattress in a shape that maximises comfort and style.

Stack of cushions on a concrete wall, with designer leather chair in the background.



Adding in colour to your living room can be a daunting task. An easy way to do it is using accessories such as cushions or throws that have a pop of your desired colour. Our designers are on hand to help you make the perfect choice for you living room. 

Lamps in a grey room with natural looking accessories and metallic finishes



Lighting is an important part of any room. The right lighting creates an ambience that is key to enjoying your time spent in a space. Our designers can help you create your perfect lighting plan, using a wide range of contemporary lamps and pendants to choose from. 


Through colours and tactile materials, interiors are transformed to offer comfort, reassurance and a sense of escapism. Tones and shades go deeper. Reds, oranges and greens shift towards richer, deeper levels and wine tones take a center stage. Here, we show you our predicted colours for the next season, and how we style them. 

Stack of cushions on a concrete wall, with designer leather chair in the background.



Tap into the earthy hues to bring crafted warmth to interiors. A reaction to the grey trend of the last few years, we are yearning for deeper, warmer tones in our home that feels richer than the standard mustard yellow. We brought this colour in through fabrics and accessories, which feels much softer in delivery yet still makes an impact. 


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Living room with green colour, fabric sofa, dark coffee table, ladder shelf storage and contemporary accessories.

Layered Greens


Greens will play a key role across all palettes this season, from lush and dusty to more rooted tones. Textured walls and tactile fabrics give interest to living rooms in place of pattern. Darker hues can be complemented with darker accents such as black, dark oak and walnut.


Nuanced Neutrals


This Scandinavian expression gives a warm and natural aesthetic to a design or space. The colours curated for Scandi-lovers switch the traditional Nordic base of white and near-whites to warmer, creamier hues. 

beige living room in neural tones, with a cream sofa, ceramic coffee table, dark curtains and concrete floor.
Red corner sofa in modern living room with concrete floor and purple curtains.



Bloodstone appears this season and will rise to become a long term colour. Add drama to your living room with deep tones on statement pieces like this Amsterdam sofa.  
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Living room with green colour, fabric sofa, dark coffee table, ladder shelf storage and contemporary accessories.


Explore a delicately nostalgic vibe with muted palettes and dark blue as a base. Here, we paired this style with black and walnut finishes, giving a dark and romantic feel to the space.




Decisions can be tough, but your home design project doesn’t have to be! Book a no-obligation chat with one of our Interior Designers.


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