The kitchen’s inviting breakfast area in front of the center island features a large 72-inch wide wood dining table with unexpected seating options. A custom church pew, round ottomans that are easy to move around and Parson style dining chairs upholstered in a woven black plaid fabric give everyone a seat at the table.
Two area rugs help visually to define separate seating areas in this long, slim living room. Down by the bay window, a brown leather ottoman doubles as a coffee table and is easier to move as needed in the smaller space.
Heart cutouts and a cloud-like rug soften the minimalist chic that is this nursery's acrylic bassinet. Against the wall, a row of small stools are a smart, flexible, kid room solution, usable as one long table or easy-to-move small ones.
Prior to the renovation, the dining room was isolated from the kitchen and seldom used. Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri removed a wall to unify the spaces and create this open and inviting dining area with a beautiful farmhouse table.
Designate a food and beverage station using foldout tables covered in basic linen tablecloths to keep the main table clutter-free and allow guests to move about the picnic area. Old rugs also function well as table covers. Style with feathery wreaths, reclaimed wood pieces, favors and fresh flowers.
This open concept dining room, living room and kitchen don't have a lot of square footage, so designers moved seating to the perimeter. A long dining table backs up to the wall with a banquette that transitions easily into the living room.
As seen on HGV's Love It or List It, the new kitchen table and banquette, as well as the stairs that lead to the basement, are moved so that they are less cluttered than their original arrangement. Previously, this was the kitchen.
On the weekend, this backyard has all that you need: Start with brunch around the picnic table. Move on to a dip in the pool or a game on the grassy lawn. A sectional makes for easy lounging in the evening or anytime.
Neutral hues and clean, contemporary lines easily define the entry of this condo in San Francisco. Identical slipper chairs on either side of the console table not only balance the room, but also give the owners a spot to remove shoes and jackets.
The original layout of this Florida apartment separated the dining and kitchen areas, making the home feel dark and cramped. By removing some of the walls, the ocean views can now be enjoyed from the dining table, the barstools in the kitchen and the large living room.
Move effortlessly between kitchen, living room and dining space in this open-plan condo featuring metal accents and rich blues countering soft neutral upholstery and leather. Highlights include a gray sectional sofa, blue and white patterned rug, brown leather ottoman coffee table, and metallic arc lamp.
The original two dinging areas were combined into one by removing walls and creating an open concept feel that flows directly into the living room. A beautiful kitchen table can serve for both casual and formal dinging, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This white concrete “table” is a large pillar hurricane from Serena & Lily, with the glass portion removed, placed next to an African daybed. This space is a part of the covered porch designed by Yvonne McFadden in the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse and Marketplace.
For an open concept space, like this modern condo, rounded furnishings are easier to move around. Two curved back armchairs and a round end table set up a small sitting area in between the kitchen and living room.
Kitchen moves seamlessly to living room in this grand great room where concrete columns and area rugs help denote the different spaces. Upholstered stools have multiple uses as ottomans, coffee tables or extra seating.
An open plan kitchen moves seamlessly into this stylish dining room where a wood table and handsome brown leather dining chairs serve as a neutral backdrop for the forest green rug and sculptures. Overhead, the swoops and folds of the pendant light hover gracefully like a cloud.