Top 150 Living Room Quotes

In this post, you will find great Living Room Quotes from famous people, such as Joe Wicks, Lenny Henry, Alvin Lee, Dita Von Teese, Jason Winston George. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

I've always been a fan of the home workout. I know a lo

I’ve always been a fan of the home workout. I know a lot of people think that jumping around in your living room is never going to be as effective. But you can get an amazing workout using your bodyweight alone.
My parents had this massive record player in the living room, a ‘blue spot grand’ they called it… it used up an entire rainforest to make this thing, and it had all these records in it. Some were rock, some were reggae, but a lot was bluesRay Charles, Chuck Berry and all that stuff.
My father was always playing this ethnic blues stuff around the house, and both my parents played. Then one day my father brought home Big Bill Broonzy, and there he was sitting in our living room playing, and blues was in my heart from the time I was 12 years old.
I have a lot of Burberry items at home, including one dress that I loved so much that I had my living room painted to match because the color was so flattering.
The living room is where we come to think, to slow down the world for a second.
I take his talent and his passion with me – to the stage of the Opry, to the podium at the CMA Awards, to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, into my own living room. I am the realization of my grandfather‘s dream. I am a player.
I get a lot of ideas sitting in the living room staring at the walls or lying in bed thinking about things.
To be able to sit in your living room, watch a speech live by the president, and be able to look into his eyes, and make your own decision – that’s television.
If you watch home videos, at 4 years old, I was doing nothing but being the entertainer. Singing ‘Boot Scootin’ Boogie‘ in the living room. Then, I guess, just by the grace of God I started writing songs, and somebody happened to like them.
Our main thing we’d have to entertain us: All my uncles would come over, and we’d sit around the living room on a weekend night, and we’d play. That was a big event for me, getting to play. We never did have any percussion.
We’re all very fond of a black box in our living room that works on diminishment of images, that spoons somebody up in a very limited way. It can be a reduction at its worst.
We lived in so many flats, and the more people you could get, the cheaper the flat was. Someone was always sleeping in the living room, and you’re always slightly hiding them when the landlord came round.
All I wanted was to be an actor and have a happy family, and I did it. I still remember when I was doing shows in my parents’ living room, and everyone had to watch me.
I’ve said no to ‘Celebrity Big Brother,’ ‘Strictly,’ and the American one, ‘Dancing With The Stars.’ I don’t feel it’s right for me. I’ve been asked to do reality TV a zillion times. No way. No way. Nobody‘s going to get into my living room and see me there.
I was half asleep lying there writing this lyric in my head at about 3:30 in the morning. I woke Steve up with this idea and then we went into the living room where there was a little upright piano and finished the song. I wonder where that piano is now?
Jim Capaldi
A child’s mind is its living room; it’s going to be residing there for the rest of its earthly existence.
I dance around my living room to cheesy ’80s aerobics music until I’m sweating really hard!
If I do a piece in my living room, if I practice it – and I have the tapes to prove this – it’s not going to be as good as doing the same piece in front of an audience.
Dave Van Ronk
More than anything I want to get up there and hang out with the audience, make everybody feel like it’s fun and they’re involved and are just, like, friends hanging out in somebody’s living room. I went to see Carole King on her ‘Living Room’ Tour, and that’s the kind of feeling I’m aiming for.
Unfortunately, when you’re an actor you have to act. It’s not like you can sit in your living room, your bedroom, your study or whatever and act with yourself. It requires having somebody to respond to.
Chris Sarandon
I have a lot of plants – my living room is like a jungle. I like the idea of bringing the outside in.
I grew up hunting with shotguns and rifles, and we had a gun in every corner of the living room. I’m not a gun advocate, but that’s the way I grew up.
Anson Mount
Between what we do with Alexa and what we do in the living room, I think we have an opportunity to change what’s possible for people and what’s accessible to people.
We’d practice in my living room and it was awesome. Our parents were pretty supportive of it because they thought it was cute. I don’t think they ever realized how far we would go with it.
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
The experiences that I’ve had growing up with music, you know, I couldn’t trade them for any money in the world. Dancing in the living room to enjoy myself. ‘Enjoy Yourself,’ Michael Jackson.
Well, on Easter of sophomore year of high school, me and my brother found my dad dead on our living room floor.
My father was an amateur oil painter, so some of his oil paintings were on our walls. There was one above the piano of a famous Ukrainian poet, Taras Shevchenko, playing an instrument known as a bandura. I remember that one kind of resonated with me; it was always central in the living room.
My last toupee is hanging on the door of my living room with a tomahawk through it.
I decided to build a studio in my house. We built it in my basement kitchen. I had the drummer up by the fish tank. I was in the toilet singing. The bass player was out by the shelves in the living room, and the guitarist was on the couch by the telly.
Eddi Reader
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
I've been, like, dancing in the living room with the ba

I’ve been, like, dancing in the living room with the baby, because when it screams and stuff, it soothes him.
I’ve been in some small parades where they have turned down some side street and a few people are sitting on the curb with a ham sandwich and a beer. Waving to them is like walking into a living room and waving.
There is that lovely feeling of one reader telling another, ‘You must read this.’ I’ve always wanted to write a book like that, with the sense that you are contributing to the discourse in middle America, a discourse that begins at a book club in a living room, but then spreads. That is meaningful to me.
I was there when APLA was started in somebody’s living room.
Who have I been starstruck by in real life? One of the weirdest ones was, when we were making ‘Cry-Baby,’ David Nelson from ‘The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet.’ I couldn’t believe he was sitting in my living room. Certainly Patricia Hearst. Tab Hunter. A lot of the stars I’ve worked with, when I first got them.
Literal cleanliness and orderliness can release us from abstract cognitive and affective distress – just consider how, during moments where life seems to be spiraling out of control, it can be calming to organize your clothes, clean the living room, get the car washed.
I can tell you where my Tonys are. They’re in a beautiful place in my living room, in a glass cabinet.
Some of my best memories are with my mom, dancing with her in the living room.
I was really small when jazz broke through in England and I can still remember sneaking off to the living room to listen to it on the radio – much to my parent’s disapproval.
How many people have a family grave in the backyard? I’m sure I’ll end up there, or I’ll shrink my head and put it in a glass box in the living room. I’ll get more tourists to Graceland that way.
I used to make my grandparents pay a dollar to watch me sing ‘Grease‘ songs and ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow‘ in their living room. I was always an entertainer, and I would always do all that stuff, but it slowly evolved into a career, which is great, but it wasn’t a plan.
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.
The whole cast of ‘Company’ was invited to Hal Prince’s house. This is one of the highlights of my life. We all sat in the living room. Sitting on the floor, I was right by the piano.
Donna McKechnie
We started Airbnb because, like many across the U.S. and in New York, we were struggling to pay our rent and decided to open up our living room to fellow artists coming to town for a design conference. Sharing our apartment allowed us to stay in our home and start our company.
When we launched Hulu, everybody was saying, ‘Oh, this is going to be a substitute for pay TV in the living room.’
When I was 16, we get kicked out of our house because my mother and my father were separated, so we didn’t have money to pay. We got kicked out and had to live with my grandmother, sleeping in the living room, for many years.
Acting is something I’ve done since I was six years old, performing for my mum and my family in the living room, and I do it because my heart’s in it.
It’s not my thing to dance in my living room on a livestream, so I’m really having to figure out ways to elevate the digital world and bring it to the level that I’ve held my drag at for so long.
What I really had was stories, the oral traditions of my parents. We moved so much that that was really our encyclopedia. A dream world told to me from my parents in the living room.
I am a religious person and after discussions with my interior decorator, she gave me digital art wallpaper cut-outs of Radha Krishna and Bal Gopal in my living room.
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.
I try to approach reading in front of millions of people as I would reading in somebody’s living room.
Mum eventually graduated with a City & Guilds certificate that hung proudly on our living room wall throughout my childhood.
I had a very active imagination as a kid, and I was constantly performing, whether I was making money doing it or not, whether it was on a stage in front of 1,000 people or in the living room in front of my family.
When I was a little, little kid, my family got a new washing machine, and they had a big box that was left over. So I cut a big hole in the box, and I made it like a giant TV set. I brought it into the living room, and I did the news and the weather for my family.
I grew up with classical music blasting in my parents’ living room and my older brother‘s practicing saxophone in his room listening to jazz… a beautiful chaos.
When executing advertising, it’s best to think of yourself as an uninvited guest in the living room of a prospect who has the magical power to make you disappear instantly.
John O’Toole
I was scared of the devil starting around age nine. Before that, I was gathering every family member in the living room, slipping a shirt over my robe so the bottom hung like a skirt and performing Gloria Estefan songs with feverish intensity.
Giving birth was the most amazing thing I’ve ever done. I’d been living in a Third World country, and I said, ‘I’m going to just squat behind a tree.’ I basically did that but in a chair in my living room. I didn’t want a sterile hospital room. I didn’t want doctors. I had a midwife.
When people hear I have six kids and 16 grandkids, they think, ‘Oh, boy, you must get a lot of stories from them.’ I don’t. It’s not like I’m behind the sofa in the living room taking notes while the grandkids carry on.
Owning vinyl is like having a beautiful painting hanging in your living room. It’s something you can hold, pore over the lyrics, and immerse yourself in the art work.
People break down after a couple of hours. All the defe

People break down after a couple of hours. All the defenses go down, and there’s a kind of communication that if I spent 20 years in a living room with one of these people, I would never, never know as much about them as I do in that one day.
Most of us grew up with video games in the household, either the original Nintendo in the living room or hoarding quarters for that trip to the arcade. And as time moves on, that line of nostalgia will keep moving forward where ‘Frogger’ gets replaced with ‘Street Fighter 2′ or ‘Resident Evil 4.’
Since I was probably eight years old, just about everyday, all the way until I was 14 or 15 years old, just about everyday my mom and my stepdad would roll around in the living room fighting.
Live television is the hottest medium. My passion for sports debate runs hot enough without a camera transporting it into your living room with 10 times more impact.
I have no direct knowledge of this, but I suspect that Apple will launch a living room product that redefines people’s expectations really strongly, and the notion of a separate console platform will disappear concurrent with Apple’s announcement.
I have a different relationship with Chucky because he’s been on top of my bookshelf in the corner of my living room for my entire life. He was a great tool for scaring friends, and when I see him in different theme parks I’ve been to, or in commercials, my heart swells a little bit, and I’m like, ‘Aww! It’s my Chucky!’
Fiona Dourif
I can remember dancing around living room with my two sisters to the music of Paganini and Mozart. I can still remember my dad combing the newspaper, circling all the free concerts in town, and on the weekends, we would go as a family.
I play some places where the people are right at my feet, and you can see their expressions. It’s kind of more like playing in your living room. It’s almost easier to play in front of thousands of people in an arena scene, in some ways, but you don’t get the personal contact.
Television is hypnotic, and it hides among the furniture of your living room. It doesn’t reveal itself, but it distorts everything.
I would write scripts and little plays and perform them in the living room for my family when I was little with my brother until my mom said, ‘Alright, you need to go do it somewhere else other than the house.’
My parents started a business out of the living room of our home and, 30-plus years later, it was a multimillion dollar company. So, President Obama, with all due respect, don’t tell me that my parents didn’t build their business.
In my living room, I was always playing guitar and writing songs and singing them. My dad and I would always sing togetheronly for friends and family, but always since I was a little girl.
A film has a sort of life over time, whereas a TV show comes up in your living room, and it’s immediate, and people write about it.
As the documentaryTrue Son’ illustrates, my campaign for city council started really small – with eight mostly political neophytes in my living room and with young people knocking on doors.
I’ve always just tried to continue to be a working actor and let the work speak for itself as opposed to promoting myself as someone who needs to be in everybody’s living room.
I don’t think of myself as anything more than a person who sits in the living room with you telling you a story. I just happen to be in 16 million living rooms.
In our living room back home we had a black and white TV, but in our front room, that only visitors got to sit in, there was a colour TV.
My Glitterball still has pride of place in my living room!
I still remember watchingAntiques Roadshow’ as a child with my parents, on a Sunday night, sitting in our 1970s living room.
My mom decided that she wanted to put the mirror ball trophy on the coffee table in the center of our living room. When people walk in, it’s kind of like, ‘Uh.’ It’s a little weird. Maybe we should put it in the corner or something.
Today, every skirmish in every part of the planet is broadcast straight into your living room live, in HD… over and over again.
As a gamer, I can’t think of anything more annoying for everyone concerned than playing games in a shared living room.
It’s not normal to go into a house and see a pond in the middle of the living room full of baby sharks. It’s not normal to go to someone’s garage and see a private plane.
I adopted a motto: Never say no. Jim Morrison never said no, Kurt Cobain never said no. You couldn’t have great things to write about if all you did was sit in your living room with your roommates talking about the phone bill.
We didn’t have a TV in the living room and all my friends thought we were kind of weird. When they’d come over, my mom wanted to talk to them about current events.
I remember being a little kid sitting in the living room with my brother and some friends from around the neighborhood, and I would sit at the piano and as they were running around the room doing different things and being silly, acting out, I would actually play the score for it – the music that went along with it.
My sister and I did not have our own rooms, or even a place to ourselves. In the living room, beyond the two windows, was a little corner where my books were kept, and other thing – my watercolors and so on. Often I had to imagine the things I needed. I learned very early to read amidst noise.
I loved when my dad was home. He liked to sit in the living room and watch boxing and baseball on TV. Or he’d be tinkering around or listening to records by his musician buddiesGeorge Shearing, Oscar Peterson and the Jackie Gleason Orchestra.
I’m homemade. I upload my videos in my living room; I edit everything, and I upload on my laptop. And my viewers love that about me, and they get inspired and do it themselves.
I’m such a girl for the living room. I really like to stay in my nest and not move. I travel in my mind, and that that’s a rigorous state of journeying for me. My body isn’t that interested in moving from place to place.
Think of the sushi trend that started in the ’80s. It was as much about the Nintendo entertainment system in your living room as it was about the availability of good-quality raw fish. The Japanese food trend rose as the world of Japanese business and culture was becoming a bigger part of American life.
All I really want is a three-room house. The home I hav

All I really want is a three-room house. The home I have designed at my new farm in Bedford, New York, is a three-room house: bedroom on top, living room in the middle, and kitchen on the ground.
My parents are from the South – they were both born in Birmingham – so my dad saw R.E.M. really early on when they were playing college stuff in Athens. He had a bunch of their cassettes from the ’80s, and when I was 8, 9, or 10, those were the sort of things that were around the cassette player in the living room.
A child’s mind is its living room; it’s is going to be residing there for the rest of its earthly existence.
When I was younger, I would set up Grammy parties at my house where I would invite all of my friends over, and my whole family would sit in the living room glued to the TV. But I would just dream of someday going there, and I would watch the red carpet interviews over and over and study what was happening.
I have a living room full of clothes. It’s insane.
It’s not about doing over the living room of someone who has bad taste in color. This is about restoring historic buildings and instilling pride in a community, which can be done through designing new public spaces and social gathering spots.
Once typecast as the indispensable altarpiece of a well-appointed living room, TVs have infected every human environment. The average American household has more television sets than people.
I guess that’s one of the benefits of being sick. Your wife lets you have a big-screen TV in the living room.
I had to sing. I couldn’t not sing. If it was singing to a living room full of people or an auditorium, it didn’t matter. I had to sing. I was meant to sing.
When I was a kid, I used to do my homework in the living room, where there was a picture window. I was hoping that someone would walk by and see me looking very studious in my living room.
When I was growing up, there was a feeling in one’s living room as much as in one’s local gallery that a little elitism was good for the soul.
Julius Sharpe and his wife are extremely loving parents, and because I follow them on Instagram, I always see them, you know, building forts in their living room with their daughters, and doing this and that.
I started acting in my parents living room when I was five years old.
Megan Gallagher
At the end of the day, if you’re an actor, you want to act. And it’s not something you can do in the living room alone. If you’re a painter, you can paint at home. If you write music, you can write on your own.
The first stage I preformed on were the stairs to the hallway in the living room. There was a really nice platform, and when people were sitting in the living room, it was kind of an elevated platform and we would put on shows and skits.
My dad had a cover band. They would rehearse in my living room while my mom was pregnant.
Christopher Walken and Nathalie Baye played my parents so well that I really thought I was in my living room at Christmas. My mother couldn’t have been played more correctly.
I got to see the American Dream unfold in my living room.
Ross Perot, Jr.
You can find me at three in the morning in my living room with a glass of wine and really bad ’90s trip hop beats blaring from my headphones.
I tour alone. There’s no sound check, no back up. 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 pyjamas. Every day, it’s a new relationship being built. It’s odd and wonderful.
We recorded several of Kenny‘s songs in the living room of my home.
Jim Messina
When I was a kid, I wanted to walk with my dad’s limp – my dad was my hero – but that infuriated him, and he would make me walk back and forth in the living room until I walked without it.
David Alan Grier
Being lieutenant governor is sort of like being invited into everyone’s living room, and you just get an understanding of the state.
I have very vivid memories of my parents talking about Nixon, my mom watching Watergate on the black-and-white set in the living room. The mayor at the time in Philadelphia was a guy named Frank Rizzo – a Democrat, a real bully, a racist.
Comedy is not easy to do – where you make someone laugh out loud in their living room.
The truth of the matter is, when you’re on ‘Howard Stern,’ you feel like you’re in his living room talking to him, you don’t feel like you’re having an interview.
My brother and I would wrestle in my grandparents’ living room; that was our spot.
Climate change is the 800-pound gorilla in the living room that the media dances around. But in the scientific community, it’s a settled question: 95 percent of scientists believe this is happening with 100 percent confidence temperatures are rising.
I once worked it out – after $12 million, all millionaires are the same. That’s because we’re all humans, confined to human scale. How many homes can you live in? How many meals can you eat? You can have a living room the size of a cathedral, but you won’t live in it. It’s too big.
Ricardo Semler
Television takes you to an altogether different audience and directly to people’s living room. On television, I’m being myself, and that’s why people relate to me more.
There’s established gaming IP that’s coming from console to mobile, which is interesting. Everything is converging a little bit toward mobile devices in the living room. On the casual side, the graphics and animation and game design and all of those variables are improving.
Chris DeWolfe
I was at the end of the studio system so when I walked

I was at the end of the studio system so when I walked into movies, I had a magnificent suite in which I had a living room and a kitchen and a complete makeup room. I had everything just for me. With the independents, you’re kind of roughing it, literally.
The best theatre I’ve done, I’ve done right here in this living room.
Jonathan Frid
If I was writing songs just for me I’d only play them in my living room, alone.
I’ve never had a time where I didn’t want to do my jewelry anymore. Once I started it, and once I realized I was really doing something I loved, I gave it my heart. When we first started the company, I did it all myself in our living room.
I used to work in Macon, Georgia and Spartanburg, South Carolina where the studio was about half the size of your living room.
If you can’t get cell phone service in your living room, then your particular provider is failing you. You should have the option to find a network that does work.
Exercise is key, of course, and people wrongly think you have to spend hours a day in the gym. Actually, you don’t. All you need is simple equipment, and you can train in your living room.
Dad was always working in the living room. There was no distinction between work and life – it was the same thing.
Indeed, most magicians catch the bug as kids. My first audience was my family in Long Island. My first ‘assistant‘ was my mother, whom I levitated on a broom in our living room.
Plastic surgery is like a big elephant sitting in the Hollywood living room.
I’m a hard guy to live with. I’m like a caged animal. I’m up all night walking around the living room. It’s hard for me to come down from what I do.
I may not be doing it right, but I love to get on an elliptical and put the kids on FaceTime in front of me and just get after it. They don’t even have to talk to me. They just put the phone on and put it in the living room and one will walk by and be like, ‘Hey!’
It’s amazing that my career took off from my living room. It’s an amazing time when everyone has a platform and everyone has the ability to get where they’re going without the middle-man.
Imagination and invention go hand in hand. Remember how lack of resources was never a problem in childhood games? Shift a few pieces of furniture around the living room, and you have yourself a fort.
In my living room I always used to tell my mum ‘one day I’ll score for Everton‘ and when that happened it was unbelievable for me.
My kitchen was built for my body. It forms a ‘U’ in the middle of the living room and dining room. It’s not huge, because I don’t like huge kitchens.
If you don’t have any ties to the music industry, you just love ‘American Idol,’ you can sit there and do exactly what you do in your living room, which is stare at them and judge them.
There’s something really terrible about having your BlackBerry next to your bed or having your laptop in the living room when you’re talking to someone. The biggest source of stress in my life is the screen, the blogging.
My parents bought this baby grand piano, which was in my living room, that I owe a lot to. I would just play it and write on it for hours. It was my favorite toy.
In a deeply tribal sense, we love our monsters, and I think that is the key to it right there. It is monsters; it is learning about them: it is both thrill and safety. You can think of them without being desperately afraid because they are not going to come into your living room and eat you. That is ‘Jaws.’
I remember lying on the floor of the living room with headphones on when I was four or five years old, listening to the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack.
I never really thought I’d have the opportunity to run this business. It’s an industry I grew up in. I watched EDS being formed in our living room at night.
Ross Perot, Jr.
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.
Tom Hanks, when you meet him, he’s a such a cheerful, open, giving, fun guy. You would imagine this star that’s been in our living room for 20-plus years would have this kind of personality, but he’s still a beautiful, giving human being.
Gene Kelly has meant so much to me through the years. I used to dance in my living room in socks and a tee-shirt, no idea what I was doing, but wanting to dance like Gene.
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Emmett Shear