15 Stunning Tuscan Living Room Designs
According to the internet, Tuscany is known for its landscapes, traditions, history, artistic legacy and its permanent influence on high culture. It is regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and has been home to many figures influential in the history of art and science. As a result, the region boasts museums (such as the Uffizi, the Pitti Palace). Tuscany is famous for its wines, including the well-known Chianti, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Morellino di Scansano and Brunello di Montalcino and more.
Tuscany has a unique artistic legacy, and Florence is one of the world’s most important water-color centers, even so that it is often nicknamed the “art palace of Italy” – the city is also believed to have the largest concentration of Renaissance art and architecture in the world. Today, we will be showcasing 15 Stunning Tuscan Living Room Designs that will interest you because of the beautiful culture seen in each photo. You will notice that the color palette is similar to one another which make it more pretty. Let us check the photos together.
Austin Traditional Living Room
The fireplace, the tone of the colors, the iron scroll work and the earth tones used in the tables and the bookcases are the few things that makes this space so beautiful.
Everything seems so comfy looking and the colors are soothing. We like the fireplace screen and the nail head trim on the sectional.
This living room is nice and warm, though a little goes a long way. Notice that the ceiling is the same color and the simplicity is what really makes this space look really pretty.
Carmel by the Sea
We love the style and the colors. It’s very warm and inviting; and elegant without being too stuffy.
This living room used beautiful fabric for the couches and you can say that the color palette for the walls, the furniture is definitely lovely. Did you notice the enclosures on both sides of fireplace? Pretty unique too!
Finley – Carmel SLP
If you notice the awesome ceiling treatment, it surely creates a unique feel for the living room and note that the materials inside the room somehow complements one another.
Lake Keowee Retreat Home
The stepped down family room features a vaulted wooden ceiling and beams, as well as a limestone mantle and fieldstone fireplace.
Phoenix Family Room
From October through May, the family tends to relax on the covered patio; during the rest of the year, they enjoy the mountain view from the adjacent family room, separated by motorized doors that tuck away when opened. “This is the room where the family likes to unwind, entertain and watch shows like American Idol together,” says Fratantoni.
San Francisco Living Room
We like the huge and comfy furniture of this living room and the painting by the wall; although the color combination is kind of related to one another, it somehow confuses the eyes.
Santa Barbara Hope
For this space, it is evident that the color scheme is easy to the eyes. The combination is soft, warm and really homey!
Santa Barbara Tuscan
How do you like the arched French doors that open to the veranda with great vista? The Tuscan furniture and design completes the look the designer aimed to achieve.
Silverleaf North Scottsdale
This beautiful Tuscan style home uses imported products throughout the structure of the home while character and charm is scattered from floor to ceiling. The Tuscan style furniture helps visualize a warm and inviting home. The overall feel is carried from room to room.
The ceiling’s asymmetrical design makes this living room more interesting than usual and notice the furniture – they seem slim and sleek and could actually pass for vintage!
Tuscan Style Home
What’s interesting is that the ceiling has a darker shade compared to the walls or even the flooring – it looks deeper than it actually is. The browns and the reds in this room is quite a sight.
With a carved stone fireplace and unique furniture, this Tuscan living room is pretty interesting. And because of the dark colored furniture and furnishings, this room seems masculine except that the curtains are bit quaint and lady like.
Tuscany has an immense cultural and artistic heritage, expressed in the region’s churches, palaces, art galleries, museums, villages and piazzas. But today, since we focus on homes, we bet that you can see the tiny trimmings that their culture is popular for. You can always check more of their history and culture online and also, check our other list about fruity orange living room designs which have similar color combinations with the ones we have shown you above.