Open Concept Kitchen And Lounge

living & dining room

Spherical Chandelier, Ottomans Draw Attention In Living Room

The blue lacquered walls and fireplace present a moody backdrop for a gilded sunburst mirror, a leaf-covered flush mount chandelier and metallic chrome ground lamps. Marigold lumbar pillows polish off the up to date armchairs a single, abstract painting provides an surprising pop of coral in the corner of the room. Artwork and other wall-mounted decor, similar to mirrors or floating cabinets, are one other way to distinguish areas within an open ground plan. Oversized wall artwork can really make a room feel a lot bigger.

French doorways and plenty of windows provide plenty of natural light to keep the room feeling open and spacious. This family room uses its impartial walls and sofa as a basis on prime of which to layer thrilling colours like royal blue and orange in a bold mix of patterns. Striking, saturated partitions dial-up the drama in this glamourous sitting room.

Open Kitchens With Island

living & dining room

Transitional Living Room With Gray Sofas

A pair of X-based benches beneath the media console can slide out for additional seating. Splashes of green give this transitional living room a recent, modern attraction. Double console tables, lamps, and mirrors frame the hearth to attract consideration and curiosity.

Pale gray-purple walls and a rug give a soft and stylish frame to this front room. In the middle of the space, the brilliant yellow legs of the espresso desk are a shot of sunshine. Oversized tufted ottomans in darkish grey create a comfortable, comfortable sitting space paired with the slipcovered white sofa. Zebra-patterned linen draperies hung on oversized rods draw the attention up, heightening the house.

In addition, artwork is a enjoyable way to carry a standard theme or aesthetic from your living area into your dining area. If you employ a big rug, its perimeter can be used as a sort of outline on your front room furniture. On the flip facet, a smaller accent rug, similar to a fake cowhide, can be positioned underneath a espresso desk to create a playful focal point. Rugs are also sensible options for creating an area that feels designated.