The openness of the kitchen and the living room keep the two spaces functional and connected, allowing the people in the kitchen to be able to interact with those in the living room. This aspect of the home makes these two rooms perfect for entertaining or everyday meal prep.
Between the living and TV rooms sits the home’s very own bar, a custom carpentry creation topped with Caesarstone countertops. Barstools from Restoration Hardware provide comfortable seating for enjoying a beverage while watching a movie or ballgame.
True to form, this adobe-style home features curved archways instead of squared off halls. In the dining room, these architectural details are accentuated by romantic, hand-painted lines, which helps draw the eye to the butler's pantry and the kitchen on the other side.
The round dining table acts as an extension of the living room. The design utilizes floor poufs and wooden blocks that double as extra seating. A large globe chandelier hangs over the custom walnut coffee table. Fresh greenery adds pops of vibrant color against the neutral tones of the room. Modern elements paired with a timeless, classic frame creates a beautifully inspiring place.
The bold gray marbling on the island countertop compliments the shades of gray in the thin tile backsplash strip behind the stainless steel range hood. Smooth woodgrain cabinetry provides concealed storage or an organized and clean look. Sleek marble floor tile and fresh white walls create a smooth and bright transition into the attached dining room.
Neutral walls work with the small basement windows to keep this space feeling bright. The open floor plan connecting the living room and doing room leaves the room feeling even more spacious. A brown leather sofa and matching armchair provide cozy seating facing a mounted TV and traditional wood entertainment cabinet.
As featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, before John and Anthony redesigned this home, the spaces felt closed in and separate, but when the Kitchen Cousins revamped the home's common spaces, they took out half of the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room and living room. This connected all three spaces physically and visually.
Polished hardwood flooring and an angled natural wood ceiling create a lovely foundation for this spacious kitchen. A pair of large pendant lights hang over the island featuring white marble countertop and barstools for an eat-in area. Built-in cabinetry lines the walls for an organized and polished finish.
French door blend into the full wall of windows connecting this living space to the balcony and allowing natural light to fully illuminate the room. A sophisticated neutral sectional is topped with charcoal gray throw pillows matching the accent wall panel in the back of the room. A connected dining space echoes the simplistic modern style.
The open floor plan and monochromatic white look accentuates the spacious, bright look of this kitchen. A large island features an eat-in bar space, white cabinetry matching the wall cabinets, and a gray marble countertop. Two globe pendant lights hang over the island joining the recessed lighting and natural lighting for a well-lit space.
Stylish hardwood floor makes a seamless transition between this spacious kitchen and the connected living room. A large kitchen island features upholstered bench seating with a nailhead trim and polished marble countertops. Flower shaped stools and neutral sectionals create equally sophisticated seating in the living room.
After removing half of the wall to the kitchen and updating the fireplace the living room has a welcoming, open feel. Angela can now cook and entertain without disappearing behind kitchen walls as seen on Fixer Upper.
The living, dining and family rooms open into each other and are trimmed in bright white for a fresh and dramatic appearance. A lime-green accent wall pops in the living room, and the color is repeated in the family room. A large built-in bookshelf surrounding the mounted TV provides ample storage and display space.
The homeowners wanted an open space that would function smoothly for their family, so designers knocked out a section of the wall to create a physical connection between the kitchen and dining room to make serving food easier.
To create an open feel between the dining room, living room and kitchen, French doors that separated the living room and dining room were removed and a pass through connecting the kitchen and dining room was added, making the spaces flow together. To encourage the flow, designers replaced outdated wallpaper with a warm beige color throughout the house.