Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.
A wall of steel-encased windows opens this city apartment to its sweeping view, meanwhile bringing in loads of natural light. A custom bar occupies one corner of the open-concept living space, while a custom sofa takes advantage of the view.
This gorgeous home was created by combining two apartments and structuring a large open concept living area that includes a kitchen, seating spaces and a dining room. Vintage midcentury furnishings and pops of yellow unify the look.
The living room on the first floor of this penthouse loft features classic industrial design. With plenty of space for hosting parties, the living area shares polished concrete flooring, exposed concrete beams and recessed lighting with the open concept kitchen.
This stunning, 2400 sq. ft. luxury penthouse loft features a bonus space down the hallway from the open-concept living and dining room. The spacious second floor living area with sofas and bookshelf offers the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.
This Dallas, TX, penthouse loft is grand and spacious. It's 22 ft. ceilings and open concept living space feature oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows letting in views of the city, an industrial-style staircase to the second level, and comfy, neutral furniture.
The home's open concept living area is at the center of the layout, with two master bedrooms on either side. Two sleeping lofts sit atop those bedrooms. And for easy outdoor access, a waterfront porch stretches along the back of the house.
In a larger space, like this farmhouse with its open concept layout, color can be a big factor in helping a home feel unified. Here, green walls are all around in the kitchen, living room, even up to a second-story loft.
In this apartment's common space, the open concept floor plan is home to the kitchen, dining area and living room. The neutral color palette in the space makes the space feel clean, bright and open, while the rust colored couch in the living room brings warmth to the spaces.
This large open-concept living space was creatively divided to create separate living and work areas. This contemporary, urban apartment is visually divided through the use of strategically placed furnishings, art and rugs. The result is seamless flow with an intimate feel.
The dining room in this open concept home stands as a statement piece in the main space. The dining set-a white, modern table and contrasting black chairs-and pendant lights draw the eye out the wall of windows to the beautiful view below the apartment.
This house, originally built in the 1880s, had been divided into four separate apartments. During its remodel, the main floor was reconfigured with an open concept floor plan that joins the kitchen, dining and living areas as well as an outdoor terrace.
This modern apartment features an open concept plan that connects the kitchen and dining area. The crisp white and cool gray concrete creates a chic yet airy atmosphere. Even the stairs feature a floating design with glass siding as to not clutter the space or block the city views
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, dark hardwood floors and black metal accents contrast dramatically with light butcher block countertops and high gloss white cabinets in this modern Zen space. An open-concept staircase leads to a master sleeping loft that features a large skylight and queen-sized bed.
For this apartment renovation, designer Amy Elbaum relied on simple furnishings and neutral colors for the dining area, coordinating with the kitchen and living room in the open concept space. White walls and gray drapes create a backdrop for the modern dining set that features chrome as the tie-in element. A bubble chandelier completes this stylish look.
Looking in from the covered terrance, this luxury penthouse loft in Dallas, TX, features an open concept in style and design. The first floor living space couples a light-and-dark gray color combo that gives the space a lighter feel, while the concrete accents and metal staircase draw the eye to the second floor with a grand piano.
This Brooklyn apartment features a bright, open-concept living space and small, stylish kitchen. The black-and-white photo gallery wall acts to divide the space with a shared round table and three fabric dining chairs bridging the gap to the small, modern kitchen. Hardwood flooring in the kitchen pairs well with the gray color palette and shiny pearl backsplash.
HGTV Star contestant Brooks Atwood based his concept for this city loft space on the idea that architecture can perform specific functions. For example, the wall in the bathroom folds in and splits open to become a medicine cabinet. He also made the closets double-sided in order to eliminate the need for another wall and save valuable square footage.