The huge living room offers multiple seating areas as well as access to the patio and pool and the stairs leading to the upper level. Large neutral rugs help define the different conversational groupings.
A white brick fireplace serves as a visual anchor for this eclectic living room, that mixes bright colors and metallics for a bohemian chic look. The purple rug helps unify the furniture to create a conversational grouping.
The peaceful mood in this transitional living room is created with coastal-inspired blues and grays, lots of natural light and a simple, open feel. Area rugs help mark out different conversational groupings in the large floor plan.
A huge deck gets prime lake views and the lake itself is just a short stroll away (through pretty trees, no less!). The outdoor space is smartly divided with a dining table on one side and a conversational grouping on the other. Stairs down from the deck are situated right in the middle.
This penthouse loft’s open floor plan flows from the living and kitchen area to the dining area and through the home office with a brown and cream color palette. Designer Tip: In an open plan with floor-to-ceiling windows, float the living room seating in a conversational grouping away from walls and windows. No matter where you sit, each person has a nice view.
This massive paver patio is home to a custom stone fire pit and a long tiled water feature. Black wicker chairs with white patio cushions invite guests to conversational seating groups while orange cushioned lounge chairs add color to the space and provide separate areas for relaxation.
A 17-foot mohair sofa anchors this elegant, Art Deco-inspired formal living room. The length of the sofa allows for two separate conversational areas facing it, each grouped around its own mirrored coffee table.