65 Living Room Quotes On Success In Life

These living room quotes will inspire you. A typical western living room may contain furnishings such as a sofa, chairs, occasional tables, coffee tables, bookshelves, televisions, electric lamps, rugs, or other furniture.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging living room quotes, living room sayings, and living room proverbs.

Best Living Room Quotes

  1. “The living room should be a place where we feel totally at ease – temple of the soul.” ~ Terence Conran
  2. “Television is an invention that permits you to be entertained in your living room by people you wouldn’t have in your home.” ~ David Frost
  3. “I’m never going to write a whole paragraph describing what a living room looks like.” ~ Steven Amsterdam
  4. “My favorite room in the house is the living room. We have two big couches, six recliners, and over 20 pillows. It’s a really comfortable place to hang out with my family.” ~ Cody Linley
  5. “Dance, even if you have nowhere to do it but the living room in your fortified compound.” ~ Kurt Vonnegut

  6. “To me, the stage is like my living room, or my home, and when you come over to my house, I have to be a hostess and invite you in so that we can have a great time.” ~ Sheila E.
  7. “When things don’t work well in the bedroom, they don’t work well in the living room either.” ~ William H. Masters
  8. “Film music should have the same relationship to the film drama that somebody’s piano playing in my living room has on the book I am reading.” ~ Igor Stravinsky
  9. “It’s your living room, it’s your life, go nuts. You like Home Improvement? Tape it and go over it like it’s the Zapruder film.” ~ Dennis Miller
  10. “Television brought the brutality of war into the comfort of the living room. Vietnam was lost in the living rooms of America – not on the battlefields of Vietnam.” ~ Marshall McLuhan

  11. “When it’s me in my living room, it’s pretty pure, and then what gets recorded involves more people, and it keeps escalating from there.” ~ Liz Phair
  12. “When I go into my living room and turn on the TV, I feel like I have gone backwards in time by 20 to 30 years. It’s an area of intense interest. I can’t say more than that.” ~ Tim Cook
  13. “A rattlesnake loose in the living room tends to end all discussion of animal rights.” ~ Lance Morrow
  14. “It’s one of the most enjoyable experiences. To me, it’s theater. Immediate reaction, the second it’s done. I get to be in my living room with you, trolling my own show.” ~ Orlando Jones
  15. “Television is where you watch people in your living room that you would not want near your house.” ~ Groucho Marx

  16. “There simply aren’t any grand moments in life, and we surely don’t live in those moments. No, we live in the utterly mundane. We exist in the bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, and hallways of life. This is where the character of our life is set. This is where we live the life of faith.” ~ Paul David Tripp
  17. “The Beautiful is everywhere; perhaps more in the arrangement of your saucepans on the white walls of your kitchen than in your eighteenth-century living room or in the official museums.” ~ Fernand Leger
  18. “One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. Don’t clean it up too quickly.” ~ (1919-), American writer, producer, humorist.” ~ Andy Rooney
  19. “You’d be surprised how many people want to hang an electric chair on their living-room wall. Specially if the background color matches the drapes.” ~ Andy Warhol , Living room quotes wall
  20. “I didn’t paint my paintings to hang in some rich guy’s living room.” ~ Ralph Fasanella

  21. “In the same way that a tornado rips the roof off a double-wide trailer, leaving the occupants dazed and staring at the clouds from the splinters of what used to be their living room, it was over.” ~ Augusten Burroughs
  22. “It Wasn’t Hard To Follow The Scent Of Blood To The Living Room Where The Fae Had Been Killed. It Had Been A Violent Death, Perfect For Creating Ghosts.” ~ Patricia Briggs
  23. “Faulkner sat in our living room and read from Light in August. That was incredible.” ~ Leslie Fiedler
  24. “Statistics show that many people watch our show from the bedroom. and people you ask into your bedroom have to be more interesting than those you ask into your living room. I kid you not!” ~ Jack Paar
  25. “Typically we don’t think of cities as being particularly extreme environments, but few places on earth get as hot as a rooftop or as dry as the corner of a heated living room.” ~ Adam Rogers

  26. “The thing to remember about love affairs,” says Simone, “is that they are all like having raccoons in your chimney.” … We have raccoons sometimes in our chimney,” explains Simone. And once we tried to smoke them out. We lit a fire, knowing they were there, but we hoped the smoke would cause them to scurry out the top and never come back. Instead, they caught on fire and came crashing down into our living room, all charred and in flames and running madly around until they dropped dead.” Simone swallows some wine. “Love affairs are like that,” she says. “They are all like that.” ~ Lorrie Moore
  27. “All people make mistakes. All of us are sinners. All of us are criminals. All of us violate the law at some point in our lives. In fact, if the worst thing you have ever done is speed ten miles over the speed limit on the freeway, you have put yourself and others at more risk of harm than someone smoking marijuana in the privacy of his or her living room. Yet there are people in the United States serving life sentences for first-time drug offenses, something virtually unheard of anywhere else in the world.” ~ Michelle Alexander
  28. “It seems that soccer tournaments create those relationships: people gathered together in pubs and living rooms, a whole country suddenly caring about the same event. A World Cup is the sort of common project that otherwise barely exists in modern societies.” ~ Simon Kuper
  29. “Our campaign was not hatched in the halls of Washington — it began in the backyards of Des Moines and the living rooms of Concord and the front porches of Charleston. …This is your victory.” ~ Barack Obama
  30. “Designers think everything done by someone else is awful, and that they could do it better themselves, which explains why I designed my own living room carpet, I suppose.” ~ Chris Bangle

  31. “I tour alone. There’s no soundcheck, no backup. I stay with the hosts I am in a family home and it’s really nourishing. I just have to remember after the show not to run out into the living room in my pajamas. Every day, it’s a new relationship being built. It’s odd and wonderful.” ~ Jane Siberry
  32. “My husband is so confident that when he watches sports on television, he thinks that if he concentrates he can help his team. If the team is in trouble, he coaches the players from our living room, and if they’re really in trouble, I have to get off the phone in case they call him.” ~ Rita Rudner
  33. “Stop saying athletes do it for the love of the game. They do it for the love of their 32-room mansion with the live shark tank in the living room. If pro sports paid minimum wage, Shaquille O’Neal would be a bouncer at Scores, and Anna Kournikova would be a mail-order bride from Minsk.” ~ Bill Maher
  34. “We have to understand in order to be of help. We all have pain, but we tend to suppress it, because we don’t want it to come up to our living room. the most important thing is that we need to be understood. We need someone to be able to listen to us and to understand us, then we will suffer less, but everyone is suffering, and no one wants to listen. We don’t know how to express ourselves so that people can understand. because we suffer so much, the way we express our pain hurts other people, and they don’t want to listen.” ~ Nhat Hanh
  35. “So I got interested in singing and I have always used my voice. Not professionally as much, but around the living room, the campfire, that kind of thing.” ~ Gregory Harrison

  36. “I don’t record (any type of genre of music) that I didn’t hear in my family’s living room by the time I was 10. It just is my rule that I don’t break because … I can’t do it authentically … I really think that you’re just hard-wiring (synapses) in your brain up until the age of maybe 12 or 10, and there are certain things you can’t learn in an authentic way after that.” ~ Linda Ronstadt , Family living room quotes
  37. “If some glorious angel suddenly descended through my living room ceiling and offered to take away the children I have and give me other, better children — more polite, funnier, nicer, smarter — I would cling to the children I have and pray away that atrocious spectacle.” ~ Andrew Solomon
  38. “Tentatively I stood a great lump of wood on the chopping block and bought the axe down on it. It flew into two perfect halves. Such was my elation that I ran inside, put on our ancient cracked record of Aretha Franklin singing Respect and danced all by myself for half an hour in our living room, without inhibition, almost crying with jubilation – not just about the wood, but because I could live competently some of the time, and because that day I liked myself.” ~ Helen Garner
  39. “Perl doesn’t have an infatuation with enforced privacy. It would prefer that you stayed out of its living room because you weren’t invited, not because it has a shotgun” ~ Larry Wall
  40. “For how many generations now had his people been turning their backs on things? How long had they sat in their living rooms and watched other people die?” ~ Clare B. Dunkle

  41. “There is a long history in country music of songs celebrating drinking and lamenting drinking. Country songs for the most part have always been heavily rooted in reality. The first artists were the people next door. They would sing on their porch or in their living room or at a barn dance. They sang about what they knew, and a lot of that was drinking.” ~ Chet Atkins
  42. “When asked her view of cosmetic surgery, Carmen Dell’Orefice replies, ‘”That’s a very polite way of asking me, I’m sure, ‘Have you had a facelift?’ Well, if you had the ceiling falling down in your living room, would you not go and have a repair?” ~ Carmen Dell’Orefice
  43. “Let’s face it, we were all once three-year-olds who stood in the middle of the living room and everybody thought we were so adorable. Only some of us grow up and get paid for it.” ~ Meryl Streep
  44. “To sit on the front steps — whether it’s a veranda in a small town or a concrete stoop in a big city — and to talk to our neighborhoods is infinitely more important than to huddle on the living-room lounger and watch a make-believe world in not-quite living color.” ~ Harvey Milk
  45. “If you had the ceiling falling down in your living room, would you not go and have a repair?” ~ Carmen Dell’Orefice

  46. “It is naive to believe that a steady diet of blatant immorality, played out nightly in our living rooms, has no effect on people. I am always curious when individuals insist that what they watch on television or in movie theaters doesn’t affect them. … Are we really to believe that hours, leading to years, of television viewing will not affect attitudes about everything from family life to appropriate sexual relations?” ~ Gordon B. Hinckley
  47. “Few if any teenagers can relate to getting up for school and finding famous comics like Pryor and Williams hanging out in your living room after a hard night of partying. But that’s Hollywood.” ~ Pauly Shore
  48. “You know, I’m fifty-two now and I call myself a singer. Before I kick it I want to be able to carry a tune in a living room if called upon. Of course, mine come out all dark and twisted and weird.” ~ Iggy Pop
  49. “Exclamation points are the most irritating of all. Look! they say, look at what I just said! How amazing is my thought! It is like being forced to watch someone else’s small child jumping up and down crazily in the center of the living room shouting to attract attention. If a sentence really has something of importance to say, something quite remarkable, it doesn’t need a mark to point it out. And if it is really, after all, a banal sentence needing more zing, the exclamation point simply emphasizes its banality!” ~ Lewis Thomas
  50. “An Edward Povey hangs in my living room and every day I am reminded of his originality, his beauty, and the eternal promise of his craft.” ~ Kate Mulgrew

  51. “On how he spent his first Hollywood paycheck “I think my first big purchase was actually for my mom. She had one of those ’90s TVs in her living room that’s like a 10×10 brick, so I purchased her a flatscreen for her living room.” ~ Dave Franco
  52. “I love people and psychology. As a writer, I’m not so interested in Fred getting from the living room to the car. I want to go inside Fred’s soul and play there.” ~ Dorianne Laux
  53. “A woman who can eat a real bruschetta is a woman you can love and who can love you. Someone who pushes the thing away because it’s messy is never going to cackle at you toothlessly across the living room of your retirement cottage or drag you back from your sixth heart attack by sheer furious affection. Never happen. You need a woman who isn’t afraid of a faceful of olive oil for that.” ~ Nick Harkaway
  54. “Do you all have a living room floor or a bedroom floor? Then you can write a book.” ~ Patricia Reilly Giff
  55. “If the coyote’s in your living room pissing on your couch, it’s not the coyote’s fault. It’s your fault for not shooting him.” ~ Ted Nugent

  56. “To work for better understanding among people, one does not have to be a former president sitting at a fancy conference room table. Peace can be made in the neighborhoods, the living rooms, the playing fields, and the classrooms of our country.” ~ Jimmy Carter
  57. “I’ve covered a lot of ground geographically and emotionally and for years I lost my connection with my family. But the best comfort you can have, whether you are on the phone or sitting there in the living room with them, is with your parents, and to me family has always meant protection. When you smile you get a smile back, unconditionally.” ~ Brigitte Nielsen
  58. “Because each photograph is only a fragment, its moral and emotional weight depends on where it is inserted. A photograph changes according to the context in which it is seen: thus Smith’s Minamata photographs will seem different on a contact sheet, in a gallery, in a political demonstration, in a police file, in a photographic magazine, in a book, on a living-room wall. Each o these situations suggest a different use for the photographs but none can secure their meaning.” ~ Susan Sontag
  59. “I’ve always loved airplanes and flight. The space program was really important to me as a kid. I still have a photo of Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon in my living room.” ~ Bill Nye
  60. “I think people who come into my home feel comfortable and welcome and loved. And the biggest thing in my living room (the fireplace) is in and of itself an expression of love.” ~ Julia Roberts

  61. “A pretty girl is better than a plain one. A leg is better than an arm. A bedroom is better than a living room. An arrival is better that a departure. A birth is better than a death. A chase is better than a chat. A dog is better than a landscape. A kitten is better than a dog. A baby is better than a kitten. A kiss is better than a baby. A pratfall is better than anything.” ~ Preston Sturges
  62. “I was walking in a grocery store and someone jumped on my back – and I knew the second she yelled ‘It’s Emily Fields’, it was a fan. I guess being in someone’s living room once a week on the TV makes them feel a little TOO comfortable.” ~ Shay Mitchell
  63. “[Describing his house:] It is a library with living rooms attached.” ~ Bernard Berenson

  64. “Look, we’re all the same; a man is a fourteen-room house – in the bedroom, he’s asleep with his intelligent wife, in the living-room he’s rolling around with some bare ass girl, in the library he’s paying his taxes, in the yard he’s raising tomatoes and in the cellar, he’s making a bomb to blow it all up.” ~ Arthur Miller
  65. “Sometimes I look around my living room, and the most real thing in the room is the television. It’s bright and vivid, and the rest of my life looks drab. So I turn the damn thing off. That does it every time. Get my life back.” ~ Michael Crichton

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