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.
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 To encourage the flow, designers replaced outdated wallpaper with a warm beige color throughout the house.
Just outside the open plan kitchen in this traditional home, a sophisticated living area provides comfortable seating for two. Exposed wood ceiling beams connect the seating area to the kitchen for a seamless design.
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 lime-green family room is connected to the kitchen in this open-concept home. The vibrant green walls are complemented by white trim and shelving. An oval-shaped wood coffee table is flanked by a pair of retro-patterned chairs and a brown sofa.