To make the loft's open floor plan work, the clutter had to be eliminated. HGTV fan Matt99 achieves a thoroughly modern look in his urban Philadelphia loft by only showcasing sleek, purposeful designs. Everything is on display, yet everything you see has a use.
To maximize the loft's open floor plan, designers worked in various flex spaces to add extra functionality. The wall between the living and bedroom serves as a combination office and dining spot thanks to a high-top table and barstools.
An eye-catching wallpapered wall becomes the living room's centerpiece and sets the stage for pops of red throughout the space. Surrounding neutral walls and furniture provide the perfect balance against the colorful accents.
This urban living space includes an open floor plan, allowing for easy transition between the living and dining rooms. Gray and orange plaid throw pillows are paired with gray and white striped pillows on the gray sofa, while a yellow and white modern artwork hangs at the head of the farmhouse style dining table.
This large open-concept living space was creatively divided to create separate living and work areas. This contemporary, urban apartment is visually divided through the use of strategically placed furnishings, art and rugs. The result is seamless flow with an intimate feel.
The kitchen and dining area are feel more connected in the open plan apartment through a pair of matching pendant lights. By painting the brick wall in the dining area white, the dining space maintains it's own identity.
Exposed ceiling beams bring a rustic quality to this contemporary Parisian apartment. The open floor plan connects the kitchen, dining room and living room, while white walls keep the space light and airy. A long dining table has seating for eight.
This New York City apartment makes the most of space with a sweet kitchen, funky dining room and overall eclectic vibe. The open plan keeps the space feeling larger, while different colored walls help to differentiate each space.
An open floor plan creates a spacious feel in this bright, white Brooklyn apartment. The living room area is minimally furnished with just a small sectional, low coffee table and black floor lamp in true modern style.
Super high ceilings and an open floor plan create a stunning space that is flooded with natural light from large windows. Minimal furniture with pops of bright color add to the spacious and modern design feel. A roomy sectional offers generous and comfy seating.