Welcome to our site, where you will find incredibly creative and eclectic multi-colored living rooms. Color is profoundly important in the world of interior design. Adding color to your decor can enrich your life and improve your daily mood. Not only does it influence different emotions, but it is also the easiest way to instantly change the look of a room.
Be sure to scroll through our curated interior photos so you can read all about the details of each design. We hope to inspire and ignite creativity on your design journey.
1. Kaleidoscope-Infused Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Vibrant turquoise, deep orange, and crisp white are the main components in this multi-colored living room.
Furniture Selection: The matching turquoise chairs provide additional seating to the roll-arm white sofa, while the rustic coffee table adds another unexpected eclectic layer to the design.
Flooring: Lovely hardwood floors are layered by a large orange and white Moroccan-designed area rug which provides warmth to the space and grounds the design.
Wall Decor: The kaleidoscope-inspired wallpaper adds whimsy and excitement and is a wonderful contrast against the functional white built-in bookcase.
Lighting: A white pendant lantern hangs from the ceiling to provide ambient lighting, while the open windows allow natural light to stream through.
2. Elegant Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Ruby reds, warm beige, gold, and browns add elegance and sophistication to this multi-colored living room.
Furniture Selection: Multiple seating arrangements, such as the curved ruby red sofa or the vintage settee, create beautiful places to curl up and read a book or sip a cup of coffee as you enjoy the outdoor greenery.
Flooring: Light hardwood flooring is covered by a large ivory plush area rug which provides warmth for the space and really grounds the room.
Wall Decor: The left wall features a life-size custom print of a subway entrance which adds a funky and unexpected design layer to this sophisticated living room.
Lighting: The combination of antique brass table lamps and a modern black task lamp create interest and add elegance to the space.
3. Contemporary Mix Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: You’ll find almost every color on the primary spectrum is located in this contemporary living room.
Furniture Selection: An oversized white leather sofa sits across from a modern glass coffee table and vintage brown armchair, which seems a bit out of place in this otherwise contemporary space.
Flooring: Honey-colored hardwood flooring is layered by a color-block area rug, which boasts multiple colors of the rainbow.
Wall Decor: A large red and white nature-inspired print hangs above the white sofa as the main focal point, however, the view of the lake from the window steals the show.
Lighting: I don’t see any obvious signs of lighting in this photo, however, I imagine there would be either floor lamps or recessed lighting.
4. Modern Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Pops of orange, brown, teal, and textured white set the stage for this ultra-modern styled living room.
Furniture Selection: Matching teal velvet sofas face a rich wood coffee table, and matching armchairs provide additional seating for entertaining.
Flooring: Dark hardwood flooring is layered with a neutral cozy area rug which really grounds the room and adds warmth to the design.
Wall Decor: The framed canvas art and textured fireplace wall add depth to the room and create a more cohesive design.
Lighting: Small recessed lighting in the ceiling and chrome floor lamps provide the perfect amount of ambient and functional light needed in a room this size.
5. Apartment Style Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: A mix of vibrant colors such as fuchsia, turquoise, oranges, and blue create an interesting color-block styled living room.
Furniture Selection: The furniture seems disjointed in this design, with a mix of the rustic coffee table, a traditional roll-arm blue sofa, along with an array of floating shelves and wall cabinets.
Flooring: The rich-toned hardwood flooring seems a bit naked without an area rug, which could add warmth to the space.
Wall Decor: A sliding door in orange color-block glass seems like an interesting choice for the overall design.
Lighting: There appear to be skylights in the ceiling allowing natural light to stream in rather than manmade lighting.
6. Moroccan Inspired Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: A mix of fuchsia, yellow, black, and grays creates a bold and contemporary vibe in this Moroccan-inspired living room.
Furniture Selection: There is an interesting mix of modular furniture and DIY-style seating combined with floor poufs for relaxed lounging.
Flooring: Light laminate flooring is a calming feature against the white walls and bold color scheme in this space.
Wall Decor: Large abstract canvas art leans against the wall rather than hanging behind the gray modular sofa.
Lighting: A large woven pendant light hangs from the center of the living room to provide ambient lighting, while the multiple windows allow tons of natural light to stream inside.
Color Scheme: Splashes of violet, green, yellow, and gray are subtly injected into this small-space living room.
Furniture Selection: A gray modular sofa is paired with a black woven womb chair and wood side table, which provide the perfect amount of seating for a few guests.
Flooring: Light hardwood floors are layered with a fun diamond-patterned rug that adds vibrance to the design.
Wall Decor: The color-blocking paint design on the bedroom walls acts like art for the rest of the living space.
Lighting: A spider chandelier hangs from the ceiling to provide overhead lighting, while a geometric floor lamp adds whimsy and task lighting.
- Source: Rover Building Company
8. Mid-Century Infused Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: A blend of turquoise, orange, yellow, and beige tones adds splashes of fun color and excitement in this otherwise neutral Mid-Century style home.
Furniture Selection: A turquoise sofa and matching ottoman are paired with a Noguchi-style coffee table and Mid-Century style armchair to create a unique and relaxed seating area.
Flooring: Rich hardwood flooring is layered with a diamond pattern rug that has punches of color to bring a vibrant feel into the design.
Wall Decor: The massive beige brick wall fireplace acts like an art installation in place of actual art.
Lighting: Minimal recessed lighting provides the perfect amount of ambient and functional lighting needed in this minimal space.
- Source: Design Office of Deana Lewis Inc
9. Bachelor Style Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: A rainbow of colors in the rug, throw blanket, and throw pillows create colorful layers in this otherwise understated design.
Furniture Selection: The furniture is an eclectic mix of rustic, modern, and bohemian designs, which seems a bit eclectic and somewhat disjointed.
Flooring: Muted concrete colored flooring is layered by a small multi-colored rug, however, a larger area rug would have been a better addition to the room.
Wall Decor: The walls are missing art, perhaps some large abstract prints would have made the design seem more cohesive.
Lighting: Neon-style lighting is installed under the ceiling area behind the sofa to create a retro vibe.
- Source: egue & seta
10. Cheerful & Fun Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Geometric splashes of orange, chartreuse, and green bring a punch of bold color and create a whimsical background in this bold modern living room.
Furniture Selection: A retro blue tufted settee and chartreuse armchair are paired with a vintage wood credenza and more modern marble-top coffee table.
Flooring: Hardwood flooring is layered with a black and white stripe rug that seems fitting and adds another layer of color and pattern to this already busy space.
Wall Decor: Small framed art on the walls above the credenza seems like an interesting choice but probably not to distract from the more vibrant painted geometric wall.
Lighting: A retro orange table lamp sits on the credenza to provide minimal task lighting while natural light streams in through the side windows.
- Source: Set Visions Ltd
11. Middle Eastern Influenced Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Rich jewel tones dominate this wildly eclectic and middle eastern-influenced living room.
Furniture Selection: The colorful seating area on one end of the room appears to get swallowed up by the incredible vaulted ceilings and elaborately decorated walls.
Flooring: Hardwood parquet floors are layered with a deep blue medallion area rug that adds a rich and warm feel to the design.
Wall Decor: Gold-decorated panels and hand-painted ceilings adorn the walls, along with the floral floor-to-ceiling drapes.
Lighting: A grand brass and crystal chandelier is hung from the center of the beautiful ceiling which adds to the opulence of this incredibly designed room.
12. High-Rise Glam Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Opulent shades of blue, violet, and pink create a glamorous design in this extravagant living room.
Furniture Selection: The velvet blue curved sofa and bright pink settee provide ample seating for guests, and there appear to be large violet ottomans that can be used for seating as well.
Flooring: A floral wall-to-wall patterned carpet works perfectly with this gorgeously layered living room design.
Wall Decor: The molded metal wall decor that hangs above the sofa makes a big statement and adds an element of interest to the space.
Lighting: A modern black & brass floor light fixture is great for task lighting but also looks like decorative art.
- Source: Maureen Stevens Design
13. Mondrian Influenced Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Splashes of primary colors throughout really lend themself to the early Mid-Century designs of that era.
Furniture Selection: Tufted sofas and armchairs in rich colors make the room feel cheerful and whimsy.
Flooring: The dark wood floors are layered by a diamond rug full of primary color tones.
Wall Decor: In all its beautiful colors, the Mondrian-style wall influenced the other colorful elements of this living room design.
Lighting: Recessed lighting provides functional lighting for the room while the table lamp can be used more for task lighting.
14. Eclectic Extravagance Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: The colors and design of this living room pack a big punch of boldness and creativity.
Furniture Selection: Leather and velvet sofas and chairs are paired together to create a spacious seating area for entertaining guests.
Flooring: Dark wood floors are layered by a round geometric rug that adds warmth and texture to the space.
Wall Decor: Colorful medallion wallpaper is used as a vibrant accent wall, while the ceilings are painted a rich blue tone.
Lighting: A massive circular diamond-style pendant light looks like a jewel in this extravagantly designed space.
- Source: Mitchell Channon Design
15. Bohemian Inspired Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: A mix of yellows, pinks, and many more muted colors dominate this bohemian-styled living room.
Furniture Selection: The furniture selection is eclectic, which is typical for the bohemian style with the tufted armless chairs, traditional sofa, and Moroccan-style coffee table.
Flooring: A black and white cowhide rug is layered over the more weathered wood floors.
Wall Decor: A mix of muted colors adorn the vintage-style wallpaper, creating a cozy vibe.
Lighting: The only visible light is the natural light streaming in through the window.
- Source: Houzz
16. Modern Influenced Multi-Colored Living Room
Color Scheme: Punches of bright colors and a bold black accent wall create a modern yet whimsical-styled living room.
Furniture Selection: Bold pink armchairs and a chartreuse loveseat, along with brass footstool, provide plenty of seating for entertaining.
Flooring: A floral pattern rug is layered over rich hardwood flooring which provides a warm feel and really grounds the room.
Wall Decor: An eclectic array of art and mirrors adorn the black accent wall, which creates a gallery wall effect.
Lighting: The oversized white woven pendant light provides plenty of overhead lighting , while the windows allow natural light to stream inside.
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