open kitchen living room design

Open Kitchen Living Room Design

StephanieSome of those rooms are definitely not small. But I did love that dramatic ceiling. Even if your room isn’t small, it’s still so pretty!James DefrancoThe small furniture idea is definitely something that you notice in a living room. You can get a lot more space out of smaller furniture and they are still comfortable to use. My front room is in need of a redesign and I’ve been searching for stuff to put into it, I really like the 4th living room design!robert dennyWow the pictures looks nice. I also struggled with a small living room for a few years. I tried a lot of things to make the place look better but nothing worked.Then i approached Landmark home solutions and they recommended me to install windows at specific spots. The result was fantastic. In order to make small spaces look better you should know how to balance the light in room properly.Natalie PageI can see the ideas written in here. And it absolutely drive me to try it on my own house. From the beginning, I really do see the importance of choosing colors when it comes to decorating your house. Colors do help big in making a room on what you desire. But when it comes to living rooms I do prefer choosing neutral colors as what it stated in here. Neutrals colors are pleasing and fresh to the eyes that mostly can help you feel good. Seeing your living room as fresh as your morning is definitely a good thing. The placing of the furniture are also a thing. I’m not good at it so I’m trying to yell some help to the experts about it.
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

Although this open-concept kitchen and dining area is in a loft — in a converted bag factory in Nashville — the principles designer Jason Arnold followed will work in any setting. He says: “The kitchen is opposite the living area, in a large, open space that automatically lends itself to entertaining and family living. We painted the walls, trim and cabinets the same soft grey to make the spaces feel as one. Because it’s essentially a large room with a kitchen at one end, I wanted the kitchen to blend seamlessly into the space which is why there are no upper cabinets. Instead, there is a large pantry armoire to the right. The dining table acts as the visual separation from kitchen to living.”
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

Perfect for casual weekend living, this Hamptons beach-house dining/family room has a close connection to the kitchen, as well as to outdoor living areas. Glass doors on the ground level slide all the way into the walls, opening the family/dining room and living room to an expansive deck area. The rooms can be entirely open or protected from mosquitoes with a screen system, allowing for summer breezes, ample entertaining areas and restoring connections to nature. “A consistent — but not overwhelming — thread of blue follows throughout these ground-level spaces: blue kitchen cabinets, blue custom rug and touches of blue walls,” note the architects.
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

Designing a home for one family can be a challenge, but designing a home to be shared by two brothers’ families? That’s another proposition altogether — and one architect Matthew Collins of Uptic Studios met with the help of an open layout. “The goal of the project was to create a modern log cabin on Coeur D’Alene Lake in North Idaho,” he explains. “Uptic Studios considered the combined occupancy of two families, providing separate spaces for privacy and common rooms that bring everyone together comfortably under one roof. And we not only had to take into account the space itself, but also all of the people who would be living there. One of the brothers is a chef, so we kept that in mind when designing the open kitchen and living room. We made sure to create a common room just off the kitchen, to bring everyone together. A delicate balance of natural materials and custom amenities fill the interior spaces with stunning views of the lake from almost every angle.”
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

For a family with three boys under the age of 12, a sprawling family center that opens out to the backyard was just the ticket. “An open-plan living space made sense to them as they really wanted a room that would be the ‘heart’ of the home and where they could all gather together and interact, even if they are doing different activities,” says designer Nelly Reffet of Twinkle & Whistle Interior Design. To give the space an inviting feel, Reffet took care with her choices of color and material. “One of the possible downsides of open-plan living, especially in contemporary homes, is that the room may feel a little cold and impersonal,” she says. “Using ‘warm’ or earthy materials and/or colors, as well as a mix of textures is a great way to achieve balance, and to create a more lived-in space.”
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

Working with Open Living Spaces Dreaming of a casual room that blends cooking, dining, and living? A kitchen-living room combo starts with a basic idea: Love your layout. These all-encompassing spaces fuse style and function for fabulous rooms that flow together seamlessly.
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

Comfortable & Modern Use Like Materials Clever storage and a streamlined style look right at home in this kitchen. The homeowners kept the room’s original cabinets, which feature a professionally applied aniline dye on the upper set and a few glass inserts. The modern, clean-lined design used in the cabinetry and wood floors repeats in all the major living spaces to create a unified look. More Tips for Living Rooms with Open Floor Plans
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Open Kitchen Living Room Design

The entire wall between the dining room and living room was removed and rebuilt to define the function of each space. A two-sided fireplace was installed, providing a visual link between the dining room and living room. A beverage center tucked into the new fireplace wall incorporates cabinets, freeing up storage space in the kitchen.
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Comfortable & Modern Smooth TransitionThe entire wall between the dining room and living room was removed and rebuilt to define the function of each space. A two-sided fireplace was installed, providing a visual link between the dining room and living room. A beverage center tucked into the new fireplace wall incorporates cabinets, freeing up storage space in the kitchen.
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Smooth TransitionThe entire wall between the dining room and living room was removed and rebuilt to define the function of each space. A two-sided fireplace was installed, providing a visual link between the dining room and living room. A beverage center tucked into the new fireplace wall incorporates cabinets, freeing up storage space in the kitchen.
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An area rug defines an intimate living space within the open room. Practical, pretty furnishings are used to ensure a smooth transition from the kitchen to the living room. Fun accents in bright colors relax the space and bring in a welcoming, casual vibe.
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Traditional Meets Casual Rethink Existing SpaceAn area rug defines an intimate living space within the open room. Practical, pretty furnishings are used to ensure a smooth transition from the kitchen to the living room. Fun accents in bright colors relax the space and bring in a welcoming, casual vibe.
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Rethink Existing SpaceAn area rug defines an intimate living space within the open room. Practical, pretty furnishings are used to ensure a smooth transition from the kitchen to the living room. Fun accents in bright colors relax the space and bring in a welcoming, casual vibe.
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Open-plan living can work on any scale. Case in point: This stylish home Uptic Studios designed for a retiree. “After living on the family farm for decades, our client was ready to move into town to be closer to her children and grandchildren,” say the architects. “Always the entertainer, she requested an open great room to accommodate dinner parties, as well as plenty of wall and shelf space for family photos and various mementos.”
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The use of oak wood for the cabinetry, the kitchen island and the floor allows this open concept kitchen by Starr Homes to extend a lot further than in most cases. It occupies a large portion of the open floor plan, also including the dining area. The ceiling design also plays an important role in the overall compartmentalization of the space.
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For a family home, open, flowing spaces offer plenty of room for together-time, without anyone feeling cramped. “Large bi-fold doors from the kitchen and living area lead onto a landscaped garden creating the perfect link from inside to out for this family,” says architect Robert Wilson. “The glass doors ensure natural daylight reflects though the living space across the polished floors, creating a wonderfully bright space.”
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This living area’s signature style was born out of a desire for an all-encompassing space. A nature-inspired color scheme helps the sitting, dining, and cooking areas blend seamlessly. Area rugs and furniture are arranged to create task-oriented zones within the open room. Here, the sofa separates the kitchen and living area.

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