The main floor of this large residence is open concept with the living room, kitchen and dining areas flowing easily into one another. A neutral colored rug is a simple, tasteful match for the white-and-wood furniture.
A generously sized room provides spaces for both relaxing around the fireplace and dining with friends. Rather than resting below one of the specific zones, a large area rug helps delineate the space separating each zone.
A charcoal-painted pillar easily catches the eye in this open living space, accentuating the room's tall ceilings. A custom console table connects to the piece and gives the owners another drop-zone for mail and keys.
White Great Room With Fireplace and Lime-Green Abstract Art
Lime-green abstract art adds a punch of pizzazz to the classic blue and white color palette in this transitional great room. The white-painted brick fireplace serves as a traditional centerpiece with a magnificent modern twist.
This Hollywood Hills property is stunning from the large living area that is completely open, to the dramatic dining room and contemporary kitchen. This property allows for great indoor/outdoor entertaining that seamlessly flows together.
Gorgeous Great Room Features Exposed Beams & Chic Furnishings
This gorgeous great room has a Mediterranean countenance thanks to the exposed beams and a heavy, ornate door. Paired with stark white walls and chic furnishings, the design is Spanish modern with a twist.
Kitchen, dining and living areas breezily connect in this incredible cathedral-like great room. The soaring ceiling is broken up by the exposed wood beams and vertical lines of the pendant lights above the island.
“When we were furnishing the home, we jazzed it up a little bit,” explains HGTV Dream Home 2015 interior designer Linda Woodrum. “We have a traditional living room with an edge, and we kept it very monochromatic with grays, blacks and whites. We pulled in some of that blue because we know we are in a resort area, and we wanted to celebrate that kind of sense.”
The high windows at the saw-tooth roof design bring light into the column/wall-free great room. Light colors and minimal wall decorations make the room feel large and spacious. The large windows stretch the space beyond its physical borders to the views beyond. Light fixtures are of open metal design and work well with the window patterns. The use of wood warms the entire room in a nice appropriate manner.
The image shows how the saw-tooth roof design defines the areas underneath in a subtle fashion. The living area, under the first saw-tooth, is in the foreground. The dining area and kitchen are under the second saw-tooth, and the staircase is under the third and final saw-tooth at the rear.
In this Chicago game room, a mix of vintage furniture and eclectic accessories gives the space a vibrant personality –– the life of any party. Multiple seating areas and a custom bar anchor the space with functionality and style.
The interior of this 36-year-old home proves just as inviting thanks to a recent renovation. In the span of just 18 months, designer Raegan Ford opened her floor plan with vaulted ceilings and white walls, and even introduced comfy, contemporary furniture.