12 of the Most Gorgeous Living Rooms in the South

No matter the style, these spaces are full of charm.

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No matter the style, these spaces are full of charm.

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Max Kim-Bee
19th-Century Gothic

This antiques-filled features a French daybed, trumeau mirror, Chinese porcelain birds, and a Louis XV side chair.

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Max Kim-Bee
Rustic Elegance

Designer John Oetgen used classic furniture, art, and quirky pieces (like the frog stool) to add personality to the oak-paneled living room in his .

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Melanie Acevedo
Bold Colors & Patterns

Danielle Rollins' opulent , designed by Miles Redd, has a living room that can seat 40 and features an Oushak carpet, walls upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils silk satin, and a painting by Agustin Hurtado.

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Max Kim-Bee
Historic Reverence

The faded coral Robert Kime curtains informed the color palette of this grand , home, which has hosted Thomas Edison and President Grover Cleveland.

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Mali Azima
Neutral Palette

Interior designer Mimi Williams' went with neutrals in her , but she mixed periods and styles and included whimsical items like a linen pillow made from vintage gloves.

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Jeff McNamara
Pattern Play

Bold patterns in neutral tones work together harmoniously in designer Eric Cohler's historic .

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Bright Colors & Minimal Decor

Simple furnishings in bold shapes paired with pops of color make for a refreshing combination in this .

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Feminine Sophistication

Designer Susan Ferrier made the double-height living room of this feel more intimate by creating a variety of seating arrangements.

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Thibault Jeanson
Layered Design

The living room of this is a study in patterns and textures, including throw pillows in Clarence House and antique Fortuny fabrics.

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Eclectic Mix

Fine antiques have their place in this , which features a French sofa, 19th-century creamware lamps, and 1950s slipper chairs.

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Gilded Glamour

Designer Suellen Gregory mixed contemporary art with gilded antiques in this 1921 in Richmond, Virginia.

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John Grover
Classic With a Wink

The elegant palette of pale blue and neutrals in this stately includes an element of the unexpected in the form of a zebra-print Stark area rug.

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