This living room lives in the same open-concept space as the dining room and eat-in kitchen. Neutral tones throughout the space allow those multiple areas to coexist without seeming cramped or overloaded.
The eat-in kitchen features a breakfast nook with a circular wooden table and gray lattice back chairs. A circular pendant light hangs above the table, while surrounding windows offer natural light. Wide plank hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
A tiled black and white fireplace provides the perfect backdrop to this transitional living room. Gather around the table with friends and family to play a game of your choice, keeping warm and cozy on those cooler nights.
On the other side of the room, a reclaimed wood table with matching benches creates a cozy breakfast nook. When they're entertaining guests, the owners can add a chair to either end and offer even more seating.
In addition to an eat-in island, this spacious kitchen boasts a breakfast nook in the far corner. A large glass pendant centers the space, while a wood table and five chairs ensure that everyone has enough elbow room.
A cozy blue armchair pairs with a funky metallic end table to create a serene space to relax in the natural light drifting through floor-to-ceiling windows. An earthy leather throw pillow pops and complements the comfort of the space.
Instead of letting this uniquely-shaped space go to waste, the designers installed a circular banquette and matched it with a round dining table and two chairs. The result? A cozy little breakfast nook where the owners and their kids can share a meal or sit down and review homework together.
Install a sleek sconce on the side of the bed, instead of cramming a lamp onto a small side table, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Sconces may feature swing arms or other ways to change the direction of the light, which helps create a comfortable environment for nighttime reading. A wire basket below a bedside table provides additional, yet stylish, storage.
When you're looking for a coffee table, a great place to start is looking at pieces you have already and repurposing them, says Atlanta designer. This heirloom trunk now acts as a stylish and functional coffee table plus storage in this living space.
A thick, natural fiber rug grounds the seating area in this transitional living room. A rustic-industrial coffee table is paired with a comfy leather sectional, creating a nice mix of textures that reflects the home's setting. Bursts of yellow in the accessories add interest and further the room's ties with its sunny surroundings.
The dining room of this Atlanta, Georgia, home offers seating at the table for eight, though still feels intimate and cozy thanks to the rustic wood table and French chairs. The space connects to the home's foyer on one side and provides easy access to the kitchen for easy food service.
Whether you want to cozy up and read a book by the fireplace or play a game with family and friends, this cozy living room offers the best of both worlds. A pair of club chairs sit fireside around the game table, while built-in bookshelves behind offer a wide selection of books to choose from.
This living room coffee table features a natural wood look and varying colors tones for a beautiful finish. A red apple centerpiece display pops in the room full of neutrals. A stone fireplace surround brings a textural accent to the pastel blue walls and creates a light backdrop for the wood tones and brown leather armchair.