The curtain-less windows across these dining room walls provide a bright space. The long wooden dining table has many cushioned seats perfect for entertaining. A wet bar and ample countertop make entertaining and serving easy.
A small wall divides this wet bar and sink area. The hardwood floor shifts to a white tile floor at the room divide. Gray cabinets and matching countertops create a cohesive look. Mustard yellow wall paint contributes to the country color palette, and a natural wood mirror surround completes the look.
This kitchen sink has a view of the distinct built-in living room shelving. An open wood bar counter connects the two spaces and adds visual interest to this vignette. Yellow and red patterned backsplash adds a pop of color to this otherwise neutral space, connecting it to the red wall and rich wood shelving in the living room. An intricate detailed entertainment center filled with interesting wood and earthy accessories provides the focal point for the living space and the view from the kitchen sink.
Featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, this space has been transformed from a tiny, dysfunctional space into an open, stylish one. Outfitted with deep blue cabinets, an apron front sink, cantilevered shelving and stainless steel appliances, this space is stylish, modern and functional.
In this lovely contemporary kitchen, a hallway wall was removed to make the space big enough to fit a large island with a bar sink. Sliding barn-style doors with frosted glass were added to make the transition from room to room more graceful.
This kitchen may be small, but it is certainly big on style. Sleek black cabinets with frosted glass panes and classic white tile give the space a timeless look. White pendant lights illuminate the breakfast bar and sink below it.
The living room in Jillian's design is bright and clean. With a neutral color on the walls and the sofa, the space gets a bright feel as the light reflects from the large windows in the room. She uses the natural stone and wood of the fireplace and coffee table to warm up the space and give it personality. The family now has a warm, bright space for gathering and entertaining.
As seen on Love It or List It, this beautiful, dark stained farmhouse table is the center of attention in this dining room. The light color in the space is accented by the natural light coming in through the window bank, while the antique silver serving trays give the space a vintage feel.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris designed a dining room for the family that is elegant and contemporary, with a vintage touch. The table and chairs add a contemporary feel to the space with their stark lines and unique designs, while the vintage silver serving trays give the space a classic feel. The large French doors can be opened to let in sunlight or to bring the outside in.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harries has designed a space that is functional for the family. With two teenage girls, having a space for the whole family to spend time was important, so Jillian made sure to include plenty of comfortable seating. The open concept first floor allows the family to be together even when they are in separate rooms.