The furniture is an essential component of the most beautiful houses and, luxury lounges, are the heart of the organization of spaces. The living room is the area where we welcome guests, relaxing with family or alone, or watching TV: for its centrality, it is always thought to be the most welcoming environment of the house and at the same time relaxing. The furnishings in each room of the house, must be in line with the chosen style: for those who love luxury, it is possible to choose between classic luxury lounges or design lounges. The most beautiful houses in the world are distinguished not only by the external and the architectural structures but also for the interior and, while the kitchen is the “heart”, the lounge is the “mastermind” of the house. The hall is in fact the place where you relax, you dedicate yourself, where you entertain friends and family and have fun: considering all these functions, the furniture must be functional, but we must also pay attention to the aesthetic side, as the living room is comparable to the “business card” of the hosts.
For those who love luxury furniture, the choice can be divided into classical or modern lounge. In the first case the furniture are characterized by their magnificence and opulence, with pieces of furniture inspired by the past and made from the highest quality materials.
The first characteristic of a luxury living room is the size of spaces: a large and spacious room is easier to decorate to turn it into an exclusive environment. You can opt for the clear division of the rooms: a dining area with long, solid wood tables and large chandelier to illuminate the table, lounge area with sofas and classic armchairs, imposing bookcases and antique shelves where to keep the silverware. The colours in the luxury classic living room are warm and natural, with a predominance of wood tones: beige, white, cream, and brown are the shades that best fit to the style.
For the modern luxury living room, the shapes are linear and inspired to the modern design, while the colours ranging from cool tones to warmer ones. Purple, black, pure white, blue, yellow, red: the choice is all in the hands of the owner. Lastly, reserved space for some works of art, which will give prestige to the entire environment.