If you want to completely open one space to another — without any evidence of sliding doors in sight — consider a “pocket” configuration. “When fully open, Pocket Glass Walls slide into the wall pocket and completely disappear from view. This style is a great option to connect two spaces into one or close off an area just as easily,” say the experts at Milgard.
Bright Traditional Dining Room With a Coastal View
A bright and airy traditional dining room is the perfect spot to enjoy family dinners in this coastal home. Soft yellow walls and white windows make for an inviting, seaside experience. Comfy, burnt orange chairs round the dining table where a bouquet of yellow roses are displayed as the centerpiece.
Transitional Living Room With Yellow-and-Blue Color Scheme
Warm yellow walls bring sunshine into this comfortable living room. A pair of blue armchairs combine with a soft yellow sofa and tufted leather ottoman, creating a cozy seating area that has full views of the TV and contemporary raised fireplace.
Vibrant yellow-and-white wallpaper sets the tone for this Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-London dining room. Fun touches include a bright yellow wingback chair, oval chandelier and slip-covered dining chairs.
This living room combines styles into an eclectic collection of color. A pair of armchairs in gold velvet and a teal blue sofa provide a depth of color in the space. A fireplace with herringbone pattern tile surround and a crystal chandelier provide dual focal points.
Beautifully Bright Yellow Country Living Room in New York
Natural light floods this spacious living room highlighting the bright yellow walls and mix of furniture providing ample seating to enjoy this welcoming space. Plush white sofas work perfectly with the white fireplace surround and column.
Designer Lori Dennis paints yellow and white vertical stripes in this cozy breakfast nook to add sophistication. The cozy kitchen nook, with cushioned bench seating and chairs to match, is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This casual and comfortable family room features a custom sofa for a family of eight. A rustic dovetail coffee table, a bowl with stones and a surf board in the background lend visual interest and coastal style.
The flowing custom wooden bench separates the formal dining area from a casual dining spot, designed with small, round wooden stools and a glass tripod table. Mismatched pillows with natural colors and birds add both comfort and color to this rustic dining oasis.
Large Transitional Family Room With Multiple Sitting Areas
This spacious living room is divided into several sitting areas, including one anchored by a sectional, and two small tables surrounded by upholstered chairs. Two quaint window seats flank the stone fireplace and are within arm's reach of the wooden built-in bookshelves.
The owner of this French Country home wanted to redesign her house to better fit her girly style, so she added some bold, stylish pieces to her living room. The milk-white deer head, the pink chair, animal hide rug and clear coffee table make a unique statement in the space, while the traditional fireplace, nude canvas chairs and elegant sconces keep the classy tradition of the French Country style alive in her home.