20 Living Rooms With Table Lamps Photo Gallery

February 5, 2019 7:25 am by sandiego
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See a design you like, but don’t see a lot of pink? Start out small and try out some accent pieces to see how they look.

Discover various pink living room photo gallery showcasing different ideas. Filter by style, size, and many features.

Eclectic living room with carpet flooring and pink walls featuring framed artworks.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Even if you love the color pink, you might be a bit hesitant to make it the prominent color in your living room. The wrong shade or too much pink might end up looking a little “tacky” or straight out of Valentine’s Day ad.

Revive your living room by reupholstering a tired piece (or two) of furniture. Hiring a pro to do the job for you can get pricey; consider slipcovers as a money-saving solution. In this sunny living room by designer Judith Balis, a pair of low wingbacks covered in turquoise fabric adds a cheery pop of color.

 

Traditional pink room with chandelier, built-in shelving, L-shaped sectional sofa and carpet flooring.Photo by Cherokee Construction – Look for living room design inspiration

Give a tired or dark living room, a bright and airy facelift by painting the walls white. Here, the paneled walls painted white give the space a coastal cottage look. Curvy, sophisticated furniture paired with a glamorous chandelier add feminine charm to the space.

 

Mid-sized Transitional formal living room with pink walls, a standard fireplace and hardwood flooring with a rug.Photo by Peruri Design Company – Search living room pictures

Traditional living room with cove ceiling, chandelier, pink walls and carpet flooring.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Narrow your color scheme. Take an inventory of your living room, determine your three favorite shades, then edit. By choosing a simpler palette, the design is more dynamic. After you’ve edited, see if the room needs a few more accessories to highlight your new scheme.

Go shopping, but remember to buy only what you truly love.

Large Southwestern living room with beam ceiling, ceiling fan light, arched doorway, hardwood flooring and pink accent wall displaying framed portraits.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Most people put either a table lamp or floor lamp in their living room.

Eclectic living room with flushmount lighting, table lamps and floor lamp, pink walls and carpet flooring.Source: Zillow DigsTM

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Bring a glam element to your living room with a sophisticated bar cart. Not only does it add style to the space, but it’s also perfect for entertaining. Stock the cart with your favorite spirits, glassware and mixers.

Add a vase of fresh flowers and you’ll be ready to party at a moment’s notice. 

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Don’t have a living room design picked out yet? Choose the shade of pink first. If you’ve chosen a lighter shade, designs like Shabby-Chic, Country, and Farmhouse complement the color. Want to go with something darker? Try Eclectic or Victorian.

Large Traditional living room with pink walls, arched doorway and a brick fireplace.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Salvaged architectural pieces, like these antique windows, make a dramatic decorating feature and add a personal touch to the living room. The rustic quality of the piece is highlighted by simple, vintage accessories, like pretty blue bottles, tall Mason jars and books.

 

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A completely free way to update your living room: Style your bookcase. Remove everything and consider which pieces you really love. Start by grouping stacks of books, some vertically, some horizontally; then add in accessories and artwork.

Use small groupings and combine items in varying sizes, colors and textures for a truly eye-catching display. 

Whether you’re planning for an all-over pink or just using pink accents throughout your living room, colors that compliment pink can also make it stand out a bit more.

Take your living room to the next level with a custom built-in. Here, designer Dahlia Mahmood creates built-in banquette seating for this ultra-sophisticated living space. A soft neutral palette, warm textures and a curtain of crystals behind the banquette evokes instant ambience.

 

Get a lot of bang for your buck by changing out your throw pillows. Same room, same sofa, but now, with a brand new look. Mix pillows in a variety of hues and prints to create visual interest and texture. 

Massive formal living room with pink walls, crown molding, large paintings and carpet flooring.Photo by Nicholas Yarsley photography – Studio – Shop – Discover living room design inspiration

Transitional living room with pink walls, windows and hardwood flooring with a large gray rug.Source: Zillow DigsTM

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If you have a small living room, sticking with a lighter color (a light pink in this case) will help make the room look and feel larger. Larger living rooms can benefit from darker colors as it can make the room more comfortable and welcoming.

Thanks for visiting our pink living room photo gallery where you can search lots of pink living room design ideas.

When it comes to choosing a table lamp for your living room, you should consider the following:

I’m not saying living room side or end tables are bad; it’s just you need to assess the need and space.

Large Traditional living room with pink walls, a stone fireplace and hardwood flooring with a large rug.Source: Zillow DigsTM

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A subtle, yet stylish design update is a chic wall treatment. Patterned wall panels add tactile appeal to this living space, making the room feel more inviting. Designers Amy Bubier and Tor Barstad painted the panels an elegant white to highlight the colorful furniture and pillows.

 

If floor space is an issue, consider switching out a traditional swinging door for a sliding barn door. Not only does a barn door save space, its rustic look also adds a fun architectural element to even the most builder-basic living rooms. 

This is our pink living room design gallery where you can browse lots of photos or filter down your search with the options below. We hope you find your inspiration here. We add new designs every week.

People almost always associate pink with femininity and romance. Subdued or “dusty” shades of pink often represent nostalgia and sentimental feelings while hot pink represents energy and excitement. Light pink usually has romantic meaning, but it’s really up to you; what does pink mean to you?

Personalize your living room with a fun saying. For this inexpensive update, look for wood, chipboard or cardboard letters at craft stores, then cover them in patterned scrapbook paper, pretty gift wrap, leftover wallpaper or vintage maps.  

If your budget allows, go for a complete makeover. Start with a neutral base — selecting all your permanent pieces, such as sofas, chairs and tables, in go-with-anything neutral shades. Then, add in color and style with pillows, framed artwork and accessories.

Here, designer Joel Snayd uses a gray-and-white color palette to set the tone for this contemporary farmhouse living room. He brings in the glam with all the pieces that can be switched out later, like the floral-printed stools, colorful bolster pillows and eclectic mix of accessories.

Dark pink (such as fuchsia) works best with colors like gray, lime, mint green and brown while lighter shades of pink work best with turquoise, light blue, olive (as well as gray, lime, mint green and brown).

Large Traditional living room with pink walls, hardwood flooring and a tufted sofa beside the fireplace.Photo by Small Interiors Design – More living room photos

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Consider adding new light fixtures to brighten up your living space. Whether a glamorous chandelier or simple recessed lights, the right lighting is key to showing off a beautiful design. Here, designer Beth Bourque hangs a nickel light fixture beside the sofa for a much-needed reading light.

 

Change out what’s underfoot. Area rugs can be a large investment, but with some smart shopping, you can transform the look of your floor with a great deal. A neutral rug with a graphic pattern, like the one designer Allison Lind chose here, will be in style for many years to come.

 

Try this simple update without spending a dime. Round up like-colored accessories to create a pleasing vignette on your coffee or console table. Grouping similar accessories together makes them feel like a collection and yields a bigger design impact.

 

Traditional pink sunroom with indoor plants, wicker chairs and tile flooring with rugs.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Out of the 552,888 living rooms and 14 colors analyzed, .17 percent (or 957) have pink as the dominant color.

Many include both types in addition to ceiling lighting such as recessed lights, chandelier, pendant lights or flush mount lights.

1. Takes up valuable surface space:  If you have two side or end tables and you put lamps on them, you don’t have all that much space left over for beverages, magazines, etc.

All of the above goes into choosing specific lamps.  But before you do that, you need to decide if you actually need/want a table lamp or two.  The key consideration here is your table availability in your living room.  A lamp takes up quite a bit of space on a side table which you may want to keep available for other items or beverages.

Eclectic family room with pink walls, built-in shelving and a fireplace.Source: Zillow DigsTM

For the least expensive update of all, just work with what you’ve got. A new furniture arrangement will do wonders in updating your living room’s look and functionality. Grab a friend and start moving pieces around until you find an easy-to-flow arrangement that’s ideal for conversing or watching movies.

Don’t forget to “shop” other rooms for pieces that might be just-right for your new living room. 

Like most colors, shades of pink can range from a light color with just a touch of pink to a deep, dark pink. The color pink can be attractive in nearly any size or design of living room, but you may want to consider the size of the room when you choose an all-over shade of pink.

Traditional living room with pink interior wallpaper, bay windows and French door.Source: Zillow DigsTM

2. Hassle to turn on:  Unless you wire them to a wall switch, you must go around and turn each lamp on individually.  The only time this isn’t that big of a deal is when it’s conveniently located adjacent to a chair (even then you may have to twist and reach).

The color pink isn’t for everyone, but it also isn’t strictly for a woman’s home (remember, the color pink was originally considered to be masculine). Although pink isn’t typically a “go to” color for many people when they think about designing their living rooms, it’s not a color to ignore either.

An easy way to add a designer touch to your living room is a new pair of lamps. On trend, but classic, mercury glass table lamps have an Old World glamour that allows them to fit in with most styles, from contemporary to traditional. 

A media room in a contemporary style looking sophisticated with its sleek couches and sound-proof walls.

What we feature here is a large collection of living room designs that include at least one table lamp.  This gives you an idea as to how to incorporate lamps in a living room design including table considerations, clutter issues and configuration in addition to the actual type of table lamp (and table) you’ll use.

The thing is, some homes don’t have much for ceiling lighting in the living room, in which case you’re relegated to table and floor lamps.  In this case, buy several and get it lit up.

If a piece of furniture, like a coffee or end table, has seen better days, transform it with a fresh coat of paint or stain. A high-gloss paint treatment is a great choice for a contemporary space, or try a distressed treatment, like the one designer Joanna Gaines used in this cottage-style living room.

Make a colorful splash with a gallery wall. Artwork can be expensive, but if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, try websites like 20×200.com, society6.com and Etsy.com. Here, designer Sarah Richardson uses a mix of abstract prints in a variety of hues from the living room’s color palette to create this impressive display.

 

2. Reading light: I’m not wild about relying on lamps for a room’s main source of light, but reading light, they can be ideal.

Traditional living room with pink walls and carpet flooring.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Or, perhaps you’re going for a more minimalist look in which case adding a table or two (in addition to a coffee table) may clutter up the space.

For a high-end budget, look for a furniture piece that truly stands out. This open-concept living space has a swing-style daybed, suspended from the ceiling, adding an element of fun and whimsy. 

1. Decorative:  They provide decorative elements.  Be careful not to over-clutter your living room.

Traditional living room with pink walls, arched windows and hardwood flooring.Source: Zillow DigsTM

Large Victorian formal living room with gilded crown molding, pink walls, chandelier and French chairs.Photo by Haleh Design Inc. – Discover living room design inspiration

Contemporary pink living room with hardwood flooring and an entertainment set.Source: Zillow DigsTM

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