Enamored with contemporary design, the shell of a single-family ranch was renovated to be the home of their dreams. Living by the water, the design was harmonious with a vision of crisp horizontal lines, a consistent design feature carried through the exterior to the interior. An open floor plan focuses on comfort and luxurious essentials.
The contemporary living space has an open floor plan that combines it with the dining room and kitchen. An oversized sectional pairs with relaxed modern armchairs and a sleek coffee table for a comfortable seating area.
An open floor plan makes it easy to entertain and socialize in this transitional living room and adjacent kitchen. The neutral space has a distinctive retro feel to it thanks to carefully chosen furnishings and accessories.
Blue grey walls and white stair railing give this living space a bright, open feel. The vaulted ceilings make the space feel larger, while the exposed wood beams add character and warmth to the space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
A long bar juts out into this open living space featuring a grand piano, stone fireplace and rich hardwood floors. The bar itself has a marbled countertop and a combination of pendant and recessed lighting.
A terra cotta-colored tile floor connects the kitchen to the dining room and living room in this open floor plan. A long wood dining table and brick wall are rustic counterpoints to the contemporary kitchen cabinets and furnishings.
Rugged woods from the exposed beams to hardwood floors bring a rustic quality to this bright, airy living space. A long buffet provides storage space for the dining area, as well a spot for serving food when entertaining.
Subtle variations of green energize this open living space featured on HGTV Star. Pendant lights frame the dining area, while a green area rug anchors the living room with the help of a contemporary coffee table.
This modern beachfront condo features an open living space with ample natural light as well as silver clustered pendant lighting, circular wooden dining table and chairs, gray sectional sofa, and a gray area rug atop white marble floors.
Muted neutrals create a calm atmosphere in this open living space featuring a small dining room and living room. A tufted bench stands in as a coffee table and boasts extra seating, while the dining chairs complement the peach-tones in the damask sofa.
This Modern living space features an open concept layout highlighted by a geometric vaulted ceiling with hanging fireplace and geometric pendant lights. The mustard yellow sofa contrasts with the gray area rug, gray chaise lounge, and black molded chairs. Hardwood floors lead into the open dining space
This living space boasts an open floor plan with a contemporary living room, dinette and kitchen. Thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, natural light floods the space and helps it feel bright and airy. A gray sectional faces a custom-built entertainment cabinet, while the dinette has a view of the garden.
The glamorous, eclectic living space opens to a bright and airy hallway and the formal dining room. The wallpapered ceiling adds a modern geometric note to the space, and a mix of comfortable furnishings makes the rooms ideal for family and for entertaining. Lush houseplants add life to the home.
In HGTV Dream Home 2015, the open kitchen leads straight to the dining room, making the entire home feel bright and airy. According to the home's interior designer Linda Woodrum, the kitchen “is part of the party. You’re not isolated, and I think that’s how people want to live.”
A built-in desk provides work space at the heart of this contemporary open-plan kitchen. Soft gray cabinetry features inset resin panels on upper cabinet doors, while open cubbies provide display space for books and accessories. In the hearth room beyond, a dark accent wall lined with architectural photos creates a dramatic focal point.
To make the space more functional, designers from HGTV Design Star Season 6 created an island with barstools between the two pillars in the basement. Judge Vern Yip was impressed with how they smartly integrated elements that are complete eyesores, but structurally necessary to the space.