This open concept shower features a rainfall shower head and a spa-like pebble floor, making the entire master bathroom feel like a true oasis. The stark black and white color palette helps perpetuate the room's modern aesthetic.
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.
This tranquil master bathroom embraces the natural light from the multiple corner windows. A freestanding bathtub is perfectly situated adjacent to the Cheviot frameless shower enclosure creating an open concept bathroom that allows light to flow throughout.
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.
Joanna Gaines, of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, wanted to give these homeowners the kitchen of their dreams. They desired a modern, rustic open concept kitchen, but their previous kitchen was small and closed in, so Chip and Joanna knocked down the walls surrounding the space to give the kitchen more square footage, but also to provide the homeowners with the open concept home they've been longing for.
A two-sided fireplace is the divider between this open concept apartment's formal living room and a family room. Across the back walls, huge windows show off the sweeping city views and let in lots of natural light.
The contemporary master bathroom takes open concept to the next level. A glassed-in shower sits in the center of the room next to a sleek soaker bathtub. The large double vanity is clad in a black-and-white waterfall countertop, while skylights above allow natural light to pour into the space.
The contemporary fireplace is kept low so that the views of nature outside become the real star of the show in this open concept living room. A pair of chaise lounges make for a comfortable seating arrangement.
The designers at Brio Interior Designs transformed a small, cluttered kitchen into a Midcentury masterpiece. Walls were demolished to create an open concept concept design throughout the house. Large bottom cabinets replaced the metal shelving the couple was using for storage, and their outdated appliances were replaced with state of the art stainless steel ones. Designers then added details that show off the couple's personality, such as the red patterned rug that adds a bit of flair, while modern light fixtures help the large windows over the countertop to provide light to the kitchen.
Hilary's design on this open concept kitchen for HGTV's hit show Love It or List It incorporates clean lines and subtle contrast. From the clean, white cabinets to the gray backsplash and countertop, this kitchen uses its neutral colors to give it a tidy feel. The dark bar chair and the soft colors of the napkins and canisters help to soften the stark colors of this neutral kitchen.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, Chip and his team redesigned the Howells' master suite to include lots of closet space, an open concept floor plan, and brilliant, bold colors. The Howells were looking for a spa retreat, and Chip has delivered with an oversized whirlpool tub, a multitude of candles, and deep purple hues that are sure to bring anyone into tranquility.
Open concept is the name of the design game in this house, and the bathroom is no exception. To keep the small bathroom from feeling closed up, the walls and ceilings have been painted white to reflect the natural light that rushes in from the bathroom's one window. The light in the space makes the room feel larger, while the mirror over the sink helps to reflect light and makes the space feel even larger. Finally, the glass shower in the space continues to create the illusion of extra space by not closing off the room.
Taking the upper cabinets to the ceiling helped make this space appear taller and achieved the goal of opening up the space. The backsplash tile was blended with the cabinet color to further heighten the room. The cabinetry was kept simple to make the room flow nicely and also add to the open concept. The dark granite, Marron Cohiba, in a brushed finish, shows off its natural, organic texture. A color palette in a taupe scheme with dark accents and a beautiful wire brushed hickory floor give the strong, rustic vibe that reflects this homeowner’s personality and taste.