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.
While this dining room and living room exist in one open room, the designer succeeded in creating separate spaces for each by adding a rug in the living room and placing chairs just so. Because of the neutral tones and window, the space feels light and airy while maintaining a nuanced design.
The fireplace takes center stage in this living room with beautiful, neutral tones. Assorted throw pillows add comfort to the angular, contemporary sofas, and the streamlined coffee table almost seems to disappear on the similarly colored area rug. Lamps and art above matching cabinets bring a symmetry to the room, making it feel organized and appealing to the eye.
This eat-in kitchen blends traditional elements with contemporary ones to create a cozy space ready for lively conversation. The island has two heights: one for eating, and a lower one for food preparation. Neutral colors keep the space from feeling closed in despite having a large range hood and cabinets that stretch to the ceiling.