To add definition to the open space here, designers used glass to create conference rooms. Within each conference room, they placed metal tables and chairs to capitalize on the industrial design that permeates the building.
To create definition between the spaces in the loft, designers used different wall coverings. This keeps the spaces visually separate, although visually connected, and gives integrity to each individual vignette.
A sleek white dining table is surrounded by comfortable armchairs and a low gray bench. Palm branches add a little life to the space, while an abstract glossy white sculpture adds texture and definition above the table.
This Austin urban oasis is the pure definition of open concept living. The kitchen is modern, bright and light, with stone-colored cabinetry to match the marble island, an elegant circular chandelier and large, wooden dining table.
To separate the formal dining room from the kitchen, a set of custom mahogany doors were installed to give the spaces definition. However, the doors can be left open in order to make food transportation between spaces simpler.
Wrought iron fences and railing provides definition to this Old World-inspired outdoor space. A wooden pergola is highlighted by climbing vines and provides shade over the brick and gravel walkway. Smart-placed plants soften the hardscaping.
In a move that's almost sculptural in effect, a dining table is positioned in the center of a series of rooms with open doorways. Black accents throughout the home help give definition to the sea of white.