Construction & Design

The Top 17 Living Room Ideas for Alpine Properties

It can be difficult to know where to start when deciding on a design for your alpine living room. Luckily, we’ve compiled a range of styles and ideas from OVO Network properties to help give you some inspiration.

Check out these inspiring living room ideas to make your Alpine property stand out among the crowd!

Chalet Sabaroc

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  • This perfectly formed lounge is shaped by the placement of the sofas and the handsome suspended fireplace.
  • Benefitting from streaming natural light and towering ceiling heights, it offers the ideal spot to cosy up.

Chalet Stellaone

  • This living room features a sofa, armchair and two complementary coffee tables with splashes of blue. All enjoy the warmth from the slender cylindrical log burner.
  • Well-chosen artwork adds an individual touch, whilst a practical adjustable light fixture creates a reading nook.

Chalet Woodman

  • Open plan yet separate: this lounge blends well with the adjoining kitchen, with 16-piece statement pendant lighting acting as a natural divider.
  • Two corresponding L-shaped sofas beside the fireplace enjoy views of the outdoor pool, whilst a hearty colour palette creates extra warmth.

Chalet Parakima

  • Want living room ideas that scream tranquillity and peace? Take a look at Chalet Parakima’s offering.
  • Modern yet understated, comfortable yet functional, this space has everything you need to relax. Glass touches and a contemporary fireplace add a chic feel.

Chalet Goville

  • This idyllic Alpine hideaway in Chalet Goville features an array of wood finishes contrasted with a flagstone floor and a thick woven rug for softness.
  • Colourful touches break up the room, whilst a cleverly placed mirror adds another perspective.

Bleu Infini

  • The wonderfully social and strikingly contemporary double lounge with a central feature fireplace at Blue Infini boasts a wealth of space.
  • Tasteful furnishings and thoughtful pendant, ceiling and stair lighting all add to the luxury feel.

Chalet Happyview

  • Chalet Happyview merges modern and Alpine styles with ease in this expansive open space.
  • The spacious sofa spans the width of the room, benefitting from wide valley and mountain views. An extra pair of chairs offer a great space to chill and chat beside the fire.

Chalet Ibusta

  • This beautifully designed lounge provides a home away from home, with light-toned wood, characterful accessories, a piano and a gallery wall.
  • There’s ample space to unwind by the fire, enjoying a glass of wine on the sofa atop a colourful rug.

Zaru Lodge

  • If comfort and class are your priorities, you’ll find lots of living room ideas in Zaru Lodge, with views from all angles.
  • Plush sofas to sink into and an abundance of soft textures, rugs and blankets will have you never wanting to leave! All offset perfectly by bold, spherical semi-frosted lighting, a trio of metal tables and an impressive fireplace.

Chalet Alti

  • The epitome of bringing the outside in, the floor-to-ceiling window panels in Chalet Alti allow for an immersive lounging experience.
  • There are cosy textures and furnishings aplenty and the tall fireplace with glass hearth is visible from every direction.

Chalet Alyssum

  • A vast picture window floods Chalet Alyssum’s lounge with natural light, further brightened by the subtle slivery greys and crisp whites.
  • The attractive central fireplace with its built-in log store below has useful additional seating beside.


  • This stylishly designed second-floor apartment lounge is beautifully illuminated via large skylights above.
  • Warm mustard hues contrast with bright white walls, alongside touches of greenery with plants and industrial-style furniture.  

Chalet Les Vosnes

  • An elegantly executed mix of natural stone, fabrics and wood makes for a wonderfully inviting living room.
  • The unique fireplace makes a fantastic statement and centrepiece within the sociable open plan space.

Chalet Vivaldaim

  • Chocolate browns and deep turquoise with hints of red pick out the colours of the geometric rug, creating a feeling of equilibrium.
  • There are double-height ceilings with a raised artwork drawing the eye up, whilst the television is well-disguised within the bespoke fireplace surround.

Lodge Alta Clusa

  • Alpine design at its finest: there aren’t many tastes this space wouldn’t suit! Alta Clusa’s lounge is carefully balanced with a blend of comfort and style.
  • The distinguished fireplace is the star of the show, along with several bright, commanding aspects. The large sofa and gentle colour scheme excellently complement the natural surroundings.

Chalet Le Meridien – Tournette

  • The lofty vaulted ceiling and considered neutral theme further enhance the feeling of airy space here.
  • Timeless decor pieces and furniture coupled with an eye-catching feature fireplace make for an inviting ambience.

Chalet Kalyssia

  • Opulence is the name of the game in this lounge, where the daring, rich colour scheme has really paid off.
  • Black carpeting and velvet sofas and cushions enrich the feel, with bold lighting and a sharp coffee table adding edge.

Feeling full of living room ideas? Why not head over to our post comparing traditional vs modern chalet decor or our guide to achieving alpine chalet decor? Our construction and design archives have plenty to keep you learning. Make sure you don’t miss Modern Living Room Decor Ideas: The Alpine Edition and Cosy Living Room Ideas for a Traditional Chalet Style!

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