Two walls of this home open up to give it an indoor/outdoor feel. A short wall made of cement gives the home some privacy when fully open. A bright orange front door adds a pop of color to the exterior.
The side wall of this home's lower level disappears allowing unfettered access to the backyard and its amazing views. An automated shade can descend from the slot in the ceiling to give privacy to the master bedroom above.
The wall between indoors and outdoors disappears in this contemporary living and dining space, allowing full access to the waterfront view. Rustic accents like the wood dining table keep the mood comfortable and casual.
The long side walls of this modern home open up to make the already open design feel even more spacious when it's flooded with fresh air and natural light. Wooden walls and ceiling give a warm contrast to the industrial indoor flooring and concrete and natural rock bed patio. Lightly colored furniture works perfectly to create a calm design with pops of orange adding a color accent.
The evening breeze blows through white curtains into this huge, romantic patio space in this Puerto Vallarta home. The polished finish of the graphic tile floor creates a lovely contrast to the rougher stone ceiling. A large sectional allows space to stretch out and enjoy the gorgeous architecture.
Just off the kitchen, a breakfast nook beckons good food and great conversation. With no door between the two and a large window allowing the kitchen to view the breakfast nook and beyond, these two small spaces feel larger and more open, flowing together and improving the functionality and style of the first floor.
A full wall opens up to connect this living room to the balcony giving it an even more spacious design. Blue velvet arm chairs add a pop of color against the neutral color scheme. Matching cabinets create a mirrored look around the fireplace. The tray ceiling and traditional style furniture are echoed on the balcony to tie the spaces together.
This stylish entertainment room features a mini kitchen and living room space. The interior wall is open to the connected indoor basketball court with a half glass wall railing. Floating orange shelves in the kitchen compliment the shag orange rug and orange patterned throw pillows in the living room adding bold accent color throughout the space.
An open walk in and half walls give this already spacious shower an even more open design, connecting it to the rest of the bathroom. Gold shower heads and storage cubbies are mirrored on either side of the built in bench. Neutral marble tile covers the fixture for a timeless look.
This large open, living room is inviting and decorative while remaining spacious. The mirrored furniture design features midcentury modern chairs and light gray sofas surrounding a gold coffee table adding a shine to the center of the room. An open wall connects the indoor room to the outdoors stretching the room even farther.
The owners of this home dreamed of having an open concept space, but they didn't know how to make their dreams a reality. Enter Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines. The Gainses removed the walls that used to separate the common spaces of the home, opening up the heart of house. Then, they added cool features to make each space unique-a custom table for the dining room, a new fire place for the living room, double islands for the kitchen-creating the home of this family's dreams.
The walls of this modern home are made from mostly glass panels, allowing plenty of natural light to flood into the space, making the home feel warm and open. To aid with this open feeling, designers added an open concept floor plan to the space, allowing each of the rooms to seamlessly flow into the next.