A long L-shaped gray sofa acts as a subtle delineation between the living and dining room in this open plan space. Sky blue chairs around the dining table add a fun pop of color to the mostly gray and white space.
This oddly shaped space takes advantage of vertical space by keeping the expose brick wall as a design feature. The furnishings are kept traditional and in the same color palette to create cohesion throughout this open concept living and dining area.
Season 4 HGTV Design Star contestants Nathan, Lonni and Jason design a functional, contemporary room for the Maldonado family. Lonni uses a chevron pattern on the far wall to reflect a military symbol that is important to the family.
This stunning living and dining space features floor-to-ceiling windows that offer a peek at the sprawling waterfront view. Contemporary touches, like glossy neutral stone floors, zebra print dining chairs and a black patchwork cowhide rug complete the look of the space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this once dark and dated living room is now a bright, open space that pops with bright turquoise and blue accents. A dividing wall that once separated the living and dining rooms was removed to create a seamless, open room perfect for entertaining. Sarah also added a custom-made plate rail around the room's perimeter and plenty of extra seating for guests.
A dining room and living room share space thanks to this open-concept floor plan. The spaces are tied together through a neutral palette with blue fabrics, accessories and artwork. French doors lead to a covered patio just outside.
The ceiling in this open plan dining and living room soars up over two stories and, along with plentiful windows, gives the space an instant connection with the outdoors. Also, not one, not two, but three televisions make sure not a moment of any game is missed.
In this home remodel, designers widened the wall between the living room, the stairwell up from the lower level and the kitchen so that all areas would feel more unified and the chef would get to take part in the entertaining fun. A new cable-style railing for the stairs also keeps sightlines open.
The sage, white and brown elements in this living room appear clean and modern. White walls are paired with sage walls; a sage sofa is paired with purple and white pillows; and a brown dining table is paired with white dining room chairs.
This open-plan kitchen, living room and dining room allows for easy flow. A bay window dining alcove and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors allow for plenty of natural light. The dark hardwood floor contrasts the gray stone accent wall. Stylish glass and metal chandeliers on chains add points of visual interest. The room features both warm and cool tones, and plenty of textures, like the brown suede and velvet barstools, white marble countertops, and colorful patterned dining chairs.
This open plan living and dining room doesn't get a lot of sunlight, so designer Matthew Cane used soothing cool tones to help visually brighten the look. He also selected items that could do double duty in the multi-functional space: the blue-gray dining chairs work well in the living room when there's a need for extra seats.
The farmhouse feels clean and sophisticated inside. It starts with a base of white walls and ceilings, then layers colorful accents and textures for a result that's light, bright and full of personality.
This open concept dining room features crisp, white walls and a large black table with seating for eight guests. A modern chandelier hangs above the table beside an oversized window letting in lots of natural light.