As seen on HGV's Love It or List It, the renovated living room has had the wall removed that used to cut it off from the rest of the house. Now, the living room flows comfortably into the rest of the house.
No piece of furniture in this open concept living room matches, but they all work together, creating an eclectic look. A teal, velvet chaise, black, leather couch, cowhide benches and fabric chairs provide various seating options and contrasting textures.
The new living room at the Pasquella home is filled with color and life. The walls that separated the kitchen from the dining room and living room are gone. The old carpet is replaced by wood floors. A new couch by CB2, and a new rug by Genevieve Gorder fill the center of the room that once had no furniture at all. Brightly colored flowers and pillows add that extra burst of color and contrast to bring the room to life, while large bay windows help to bring the space to life. As seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins.
The open living room right when you walk in instantly catches your eye, with a navy velvet demilune perfectly placed to do just that. The room was kept light and neutral and brought in color through furniture, pillows, rugs, and accent pieces.
Soft gray walls and coffered ceiling create a cohesive design for this multi-functional space. Neutral furniture in elegant lines create a timeless feel to the rooms, while contemporary light fixture lend a modern note.
After removing half of the wall to the kitchen and updating the fireplace the living room has a welcoming, open feel. Angela can now cook and entertain without disappearing behind kitchen walls as seen on Fixer Upper.
With the extra square footage and a french door added to the left of the kitchen, the Cousins on Call demolished old wall that separated the kitchen from the living room. The Betsy family now has two large rooms that flow together. The family can cook on the large oversized island, while others relax in the living room without feeling detached from the rest of the family or guests. The large new windows and french doors fill both rooms with bright warm light.
A parquet wood and metal table is paired with a comfortable, neutral sofa and chair to create a family-friendly, welcoming space. Exposed wood beams add a rustic note to the space, which is full of texture from the throw pillows to the plush area rug.
Floor-to-ceiling windows offer expansive views of the city in this penthouse living room. Hardwood flooring connects the living area to the kitchen and dining room, creating seamless flow between the spaces. Contemporary furnishings and accessories pair together for a chic, elegant look.