This rustic retreat features vaulted ceilings and an open concept living and dining room. The wall of windows allows plenty of natural night and views to the Blue Ridge Mountains, while the wooden beams and stone fireplace compliment the home's natural outdoor surroundings.
The living room, bathed in light from the windows that surround the space, is framed by seating that helps to define the space, creating a perfect vignette, while maintaining an open feeling throughout the home's first floor.
The open concept design of the home's first floor common spaces makes this home the perfect place for entertaining. The connectedness of the kitchen, dining room and living room create a functional flow between the spaces that allow people, conversation and food to move easily throughout the spaces.
This elegant kitchen flows seamlessly into the rest of this updated 1940s home. The character in this kitchen, used by adding bright tones and mixing them with vintage inspired elements, perfectly fits the character of this renovated charmer.
In the living room downstairs, David and Kortney created an open concept first floor by removing the walls that had been standing between the kitchen, dining room and living room. This allowed the three spaces to take advantage of the natural light that comes in through the large windows, making these rooms feel brighter and more spacious.
As you enter this Washington home, you can feel the fluidity of the entire space-from outdoors all the way in. The seamless window above the kitchen sink allows outward onlooker a small peek of the simple elegance that exists inside. The door that opens into the dining area gives a clear vies of the entire open plan first floor, making the whole space, even from the outside, feel connected.
Exposed wood ceiling beams connect the dining and living areas in this open concept home. An oversized chandelier helps define the dining area, and a cast stone fireplace helps establish the living space.
By widening the arches that separate the home's spaces, designers were able to create a more open concept home design that would give the homeowners a more functional kitchen without sacrificing their stylish space.
A long island with a waterfall countertop is a graceful transition in this open concept home between the kitchen, with its warm, wood cabinetry, and the cooler, brighter palette of the rest of the room.
This open concept home shows off gorgeous architectural details by choosing a subtle dark brown and white color palette. Here, a column differentiates between the kitchen and an alcove with a built-in wine rack.