A dining room and living room share space thanks to this open-concept floor plan. The spaces are tied together through a neutral palette with blue fabrics, accessories and artwork. French doors lead to a covered patio just outside.
The dining room and living area open up to each other to create a relaxed, family friendly space. A large round mirror bounces light around the room, reflecting the eclectic dining room style. A Lucite table is topped with pretty accessories for a sophisticated vignette.
This light and bright living room features a tufted white leather sofa and matching arm chairs with a gray area rug. A metallic coffee table sits at the center, while a similar console table is positioned nearby. A neutral tile accent wall leads the way to the nearby dining room.
Since the living room and kitchen share a space, designers wanted to be sure that the designs in the spaces complemented each other, so they ran exposed beams throughout the space to give the spaces a tavern feel, while the neutral colors blend with the natural materials to create a cozy, lakeside cottage.
Many of the rooms in this Hawaii residence feature walls that melt away, connecting the inside to the home's incredible surroundings. Here, the dining area opens up to the picturesque entrance walkway and pond.
With over 8,000 square feet of luxe living space, this historic home features a beautiful dining room with direct access to a formal living room. Dine with guests at the round wooden table with cushioned chairs beneath a traditional chandelier, then head to the living room to enjoy the fireplace and music from the piano.
A contemporary living room with a beige sofa and unique wood chair is set up a few feet away from a round black dining room table, which is flanked by four black chairs that have been upholstered in white.
This contemporary dining area with high vaulted ceilings is positioned beside the open concept living area and features a sturdy wooden dining table with cushioned high back dining chairs, a modern brass chandelier and gray wall color.
Originally two awkwardly designed apartments, the unit was transformed by celebrated Brooklyn-based firm, Meshberg Group into one bespoke industrial chic space that celebrates the building’s industrial history and captures the best light and the best views of the Manhattan Skyline & Williamsburg Bridge.
This wallpaper was a game/room changer! A boring space was transformed with great texture when that went up. The rustic table and the tray and indigo African textiles we framed, give it a relaxed feel but the damask curtains make us a little Southern. African textiles and mud cloth from the flea market made great art and we made pillows in the leather chairs in the living room out of it too! These custom, casual and bohemian touches made all the difference!
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.
An open design and natural lighting keeps this living space inviting and connected while still allotting each room its own space. A central dining room features stainless steel chairs and an abstract black rug. A gray leather, tufted chair faces in to a living room with textured green and gray throw pillows and a grated black coffee table.
Slipcovered white chairs in this dining room create a visual parallel with the upholstered armchairs in the living area just beyond. Mismatched crystal candlesticks shake up the room's traditional overtones and uniform white tapers tie them all together.