This 1980s home was originally constructed of a series of enclosed rooms, which meant its spectacular location was little admired. Now, an open concept layout with walls of windows mean the interior gets treated to lake views from every corner.
Opening up the layout of the home's main floor allowed for much easier entertaining with options! The French doors seen here lead to a screened porch. There's also a petite bar and a large open plan kitchen that flows to a dining area.
The layout of this home's main living areas is open concept, so to keep the look unified, designers used the same neutral color scheme throughout. White, cream and gray are paired with wood and metal accents. Wall paint: Sherwin Williams Gossamer Veil
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.
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.
This view from the kitchen at the 2014 HGTV Dream Home showcases the textural and open feel of the transitional space and open layout of the lower floor. The spectacular kitchen's highlights include vaulted ceiling, exposed wood beams, sleek metallic, black kitchen appliances, marble counters and kitchen chairs that provide a bright yellow accent.
Living room flows to family/game room flows to dining room and on to the kitchen in the easy open plan layout of the home's first floor. Large windows all around fill the interiors with pretty natural light that reflects warmly off the terra cotta floors.
The open layout of this home allows for an easy flow between living, kitchen and areas, creating a relaxed vibe. A gray tufted sofa and metal coffee table decorate the living room, while the eat-in kitchen features sleek taupe cabinets and a black dining set.
In the redesign of this 3000-square foot family home, the main living areas were connected in an open concept layout, including the removal of ornate molding and built-in shelving units. Nature-inspired furnishings by Baker, Holly Hunt, Ralph Lauren Home and Bernhardt set a relaxing tone in the new spaces.
This home has all the charming looks of a barn and measures in at 1,870 square feet. All the main living areas are located on the first floor in an open plan layout. The little bump-out houses the mudroom, laundry room, storage and a powder room.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have fully renovated the Luker residence in downtown Laurel, MS. The renovated kitchen is now open to the living due to the removal of the existing wall. Also, the old cabinets and appliances have been updated. The new layout, high ceilings, and exposed oak beams create a beautiful open floor plan for the Lukers.
Glass doors and the open concept layout of the living and dining area let natural light pour into both spaces and enhance the airy feel of the rooms. Blue accents—the armchairs and table setting—nod to the home's seaside location and break up the mostly neutral palette.
You'll never tire of that view and in the main living areas of the home, it's always on full display from inside or out on the adjacent patio. Area rugs help break up the open concept layout and oversized pendant lights make each space feel intimate.
The original kitchen of this home was dark, with next to no natural light, and closed off from the living room. During the renovation, the location of the kitchen was moved to be in the center of the house and walls taken down to create an open plan layout.
The layout of this apartment's kitchen and living room is wee, but taking out the wall between the two rooms opened up the space and made it much brighter. Clean, simple lines keep the home from feeling cluttered.
A typical kitchen layout in the modernist mid-century design of an Eichler home. This space will be incorporated into the living room and a new kitchen will be created in the far left corner of the home with open access to the courtyard and living room.
The contemporary design of this kitchen capitalizes on the open layout of the home. White walls and natural lighting from the windows make the room bright and welcoming. Gray lower cabinets and frosted glass upper cabinets supply plenty of storage. Gray granite countertops add some movement to the smooth finishes.