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Blue is one of the most common colors in today’s interior design, and blue living room ideas are everywhere. With good reason, too! Blue has beneficial color psychology, contributing to feelings of serenity, calmness, and stability. So if you want to make the most of this wonderful color in your space, these blue and light blue living room ideas are for you! With ideas and tricks for styles ranging from coastal to mid-century modern, there are blue living room ideas and decor tips for everyone’s tastes. So keep reading to get inspired.
This modern living room is designed with comfort in mind, and the gentle gray blue in the rug and sofa adds to the aesthetic. We love the use of a striped rug to make the space feel larger while adding subtle color to the otherwise earthy neutral palette. And here’s a hint for those with small spaces: the direction that the stripes run will be the dimension that feels larger in the room. Here, the sofa almost seems further away, thanks to the striped rug underneath it.
Reminiscent of the sky meeting the earth, blue and brown is an excellent color combination for interior design. While brown might not be your first thought on colors to pair with blue, the two colors have a way of grounding a space when combined. We love the subtle expression of this palette with the light brown seating and bright blue throw pillows. Also, notice how the area rug combines all the colors from the space into one, adding elegance and abstract appeal.Shop Blue and Brown Decor >
We hope you’ve found some blue living room ideas that you love from this list. One of the easiest ways to decorate your space is to find a few inspiring pictures to base your design on. From there, you can pick the best furniture, accents, and artwork for your space using your images and your personal tastes. If you’d like more blue or light blue living room ideas, check out our selection of blue area rugs for thousands of beautiful decor images.
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