This open kitchen layout with a walnut wood (matching the wood application in the family room) island and matte finish cabinets has a contemporary design style. The high-gloss finishes on the backsplash complement the color scheme perfectly.
Old-world touches, like the show-stopping chandelier, give this beautiful kitchen a classic, sophisticated feel. A dining table with comfy leather chairs seats six, though the island offers more seating for entertaining.
A neutral color palette pairs with warm wood accents in this open, transitional living space. White leather chairs surround a lovely wood table in the dining area. Recessed lighting and a large light fixture above the dining table fill the space with light.
This stunning two-story room is absolutely breathtaking, joining with the dining room for a modern, open feel. “We wanted to keep it open, airy and light feeling,” says HGTV Dream Home 2015 interior designer Linda Woodrum. “That was a goal – to come into a very traditional home and have this real nice, light sense. We kept the palette very light.”
In this stylish and contemporary space made over on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, gray and silver living and dining room looks sleek and elegant in this open layout space. Plush orange chairs surround the simple wooden dining table for a pop of unexpected color.
Ideal for entertaining, HGTV Dream Home 2015 expertly combines the dining and great rooms. Guests can sit and relax in the great room, enjoy dessert at the table, or mix and mingle throughout both spaces.
Upholstered, elegant dining chairs with high backs provide a transitional design element to this dining room by designer Valerie Ruddy. Borrowed from the look of the classic wing chair, the chair style here is given a modern and sleek update. To one side of the room, a bench serves as a bridge within the open-plan design and can be used for entertaining groups without obstructing views. With an abundance of comfortable and plush furnishings, this dining room is just right for entertaining family and friends.
The open concept of the offices of Pereira & O'Dell in New York City, coupled with the abundance of lighting in the space, creates a modern, yet warm and inviting feel. Six glass chandeliers and several sets of track lighting help large windows to illuminate the space, making it warm and comfortable, while the open concept of the floor plan gives the space a laid back feel. The work spaces blend into a sitting area and reception, all with a modern design that highlights the pre-existing elegance of the building itself.