Clean lines and dark wood define this bright modern kitchen. Oversized windows and soft gray walls let light shine throughout the open floor space. Waterfall counter tops create an interesting visual element.
This view from the kitchen at the 2014 HGTV Dream Home showcases the textural and open feel of the transitional space and open layout of the lower floor. The spectacular kitchen's highlights include vaulted ceiling, exposed wood beams, sleek metallic, black kitchen appliances, marble counters and kitchen chairs that provide a bright yellow accent.
For homeowners who love to entertain, it was an easy decision to convert the main floor of this house into an open concept layout. The floor plan combined three separate rooms (living and dining room and kitchen) to create a versatile space ideal for large parties. Bright yellow accents are an energizing finishing touch.
The ground floor has an open concept layout with large arched doorways connecting living and dining areas. Glossy travertine stone floors blend with rustic stone columns and wrought iron details for a dynamic mix of textures and a grand Mediterranean feel.
The open concept layout of this floor allows for a generous dining area adjacent to the corner kitchen. The dark brown hardwood floors are a beautiful match to the pale gray and white walls and ceiling.
An open plan layout can be the best way to make a smaller space feel big and bright. In this home's renovation, the four enclosed rooms of the lower floor were opened up to connect the living, dining and kitchen areas.
To help this couple make the best use of their space, Brio Interior Designs reworked the closed-in floor plan of this home into an open concept layout. Designers eliminated the walls separating the kitchen and eat-in dining space and the formal dining room, allowing for enough space to extend the kitchen. The new layout seamlessly connects the spaces in the home, giving it an expansive feel.