Colourful living room furniture that packs a punch!

The living room is often the first space that greets you once you step through the main door. So make it more impactful by straying away from the security of neutral hues and common silhouettes, and use colours to bring a new dimension to your living room! Check out this mix of living room furniture that's colourful but far from childish: 

1. Can't decide on just one colour? Go for a medley of translucent lamps to light up your living room. With a transparent shade, these pendant lights cast a rainbow of pretty hues over your space.

FL/Y lamp by Kartell, $446, from Space Furniture


2. This steel TV console's fire-engine red exterior adds a fiery kick to any corner. It also doubles up as a storage cabinet to help unclutter your home!

PS cabinet, $119, from Ikea


3. Inspired by an ancient Chinese puzzle, the legs of this coffee table aren't just a fantastic focal point, its subdued shade of coral is also a one-up from safe old beige!

Ding transparent coffee table, price unavailable, from Lifestorey


4. Pairing straight lines and a cantilevered base, this chair makes a contemporary design statement. The bold canary yellow shade makes it truly pop!

Paco chair by Artifort, price unavailable, from Xtra


5. This armchair is upholstered in plush wheatgrass-green fabric. Envision yourself lounging in its seat, and tell me you don't feel dapper.

Study wingback chair, $1,074.20, from CB2


6. Blue is the last thing you'd feel when relaxing on this chair. Its rounded seat and skewed legs are an odd pairing, but the soft cornflower blue hue makes it extra eccentric!

Cocktail lounger, $1,290, from Matzform


7. Luxe and regal, purple is a colour that's synonymous with royalty. This modular sofa appears almosy throne-like, with velvet upholstery and a distinctive curved form.

Arne sofa by B&B Italia, price upon application, from Space Furniture


8. Get pretty in pink with this feminine couch. Its girly shade and organic shape brings to mind the perfect surburban households of the 50's and 60's.

Rue petal armchair, $1,343.10, from CB


Find out more ways on how to use colour in your interiors:

+ For the love of colour
+ Liven up your living space with colour

Check out our library of products for more ideas here!