The main entrance features two short stairways — one offering access to the main living space and the other offering access to the elevated master bedroom. A wall provides privacy for the master bedroom in the mostly open concept home.
An open walkway runs through the dining area of this open-concept living space, offering a great spot for an indoor swing. This fun, eclectic home is filled with unique and family-friendly touches, including a climbing wall and a teepee. Bright colors and versatile seating characterize the clean-lined dining space.
The open concept design of the home's public spaces makes the flow of the home very functional. Although each space has its clear boundaries, the kitchen is open to the sitting area, which maintains the flow in everyday life as well as entertaining.
The owners of this home dreamed of having an open concept space, but they didn't know how to make their dreams a reality. Enter Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines. The Gainses removed the walls that used to separate the common spaces of the home, opening up the heart of house. Then, they added cool features to make each space unique-a custom table for the dining room, a new fire place for the living room, double islands for the kitchen-creating the home of this family's dreams.
A direct line of sight from the dining room into the living room creates a seamless flow for entertaining, while large windows in both spaces allow light and warmth to be prominent features of the home.
In the open design of this home, a stylish modern sitting room is situated next to the wood-saturated kitchen. A modern white leather sofa shines with natural light from the large windows on the back wall. A tufted leather chair and neutral shag rug define the perimeter of the area while keeping it open and connected to the rest of the home. A turquoise serving tray and green throw pillows add small pops of color.
During the redesign of this modern-rustic ranch, designers created functionality between the entertainment spaces by establishing an easy flow between the kitchen and the dining room. The kitchen countertop extends to the edge of the dining room to make food prep and transport effortless.
The open concept and flow of this home allows guests to follow the brick walkway up to the beautiful front door. Following a straight line will lead guests from the front entrance to the back door where the brick walkway picks up again on the back patio.
Coordinating cabinetry stretches from the kitchen to the living area in this open concept home, providing a remarkable amount of storage space. The cabinets help keep the home clutter-free for a clean, polished look.
Designers used the open concept layout to extend the home's living space. From the kitchen, a seamless transition to the dining area makes bringing food to guests simple and easy. Beyond the kitchen, sliding glass doors allow access to the stone patio beyond. This space extends the home's entertaining space.
The open concept design of the home creates a unique flow between each of the spaces in the first floor of the home that allows the homeowners and their guests to move freely and easily between each of the rooms.
This contemporary home strikes the perfect balance of coolness and warmth to feel cozy and inviting yet airy and open. Cool gray walls and high ceilings help achieve the open feel, while rich leather and wood tones create undeniable warmth.