Get Your Fall On: 8 Perfectly Moody Eclectic Living Rooms

published Oct 27, 2016
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(Image credit: Gravity Home)

I love the look of fall—the pumpkins and the fallen leaves, sure, but also the particular quality the light takes on when the sun sinks low in the sky. It’s a sad, melancholy quality, but also moody and dramatic and interesting, and in some way these living rooms just seem made for that kind of light—a place to sip tea and curl up with an obscure tome and mull over the ashes of the year.

Paired with light gray walls, the dark ceiling in this space from Gravity Home comes off moody and not gloomy. It’s a bit Scandinavian-modern-meets-Addams Family, and I love it.

(Image credit: Homelife)

The living room of Miss Havisham, if she had gotten over the whole botched wedding thing and cleaned up a bit. From Homelife, via Vidunderlig Inredning.

(Image credit: Sharyn Cairns)

From Sharyn Cairns, a stylish modern glam hunting lodge.

(Image credit: JJ Locations)

This space from JJ Locations proves once again that you can go moody without going dark…and that a mix of modern and antique pieces is the best way to create a timeless look.

(Image credit: The Selby)

Spotted on The Selby, this is the home of Abigail Ahern, the master of moody, dark, entrancing interiors.

(Image credit: Lonny)

Dark colors only add to the warm embrace of this comfortably cluttered living room from Lonny.

(Image credit: Andrea Ferrari)

Because we often closely associate white with sparse, museum-like spaces, it’s easy to group black together with interiors that are a bit more crowded. But as this space from Andrea Ferrari proves, minimal black spaces can be an excellent idea as well.

(Image credit: Mad & Bolig)

One more deliciously dark living room, from Mad & Bolig. With a fireplace, as, come fall, all living rooms should have.