In an open floor plan, where walls are not in place, make sure the flow of the room makes sense. A pair of small armchairs and ghost end table visually divide the living room from the dining area without completely blocking the line of sight. Ivory tufted ottomans next to the armchairs help define the sitting area beneath a gray drum shade chandelier.
A chic beige armchair upholstered in raw silk with a floral pattern in relief complements other neutral pieces featuring soft tones, textures, and patterns in the seating area. Black wall art, area rug, coffee table top and side table anchor the neutral space.
When designed smartly, open concept floor plans can still include multiple living spaces that hold unique character while also blending into the whole. Here, neutral walls keep the background out of the picture, letting the spaces be defined by the color schemes of their furnishings and art. Pops of turquoise and coral work to tie the spaces together in a seamless manner.
This home's kitchen and dining areas flow seamlessly into the primary living room, making the neutral space conducive for entertaining. The living room's taupe sofas and beige armchairs provide ample seating for guests.
A simple wood desk separates a pair of ornately dressed windows. The drapery fabric matches the bed canopy to unify the space while a beige armchair provides subtle contrast with a more simplified pattern.
A classic quatrefoil mirror with an aged patina contrasts with a sleek waterfall-style console in this transitional living area. Two nailhead-trimmed ottomans fill the empty space beneath. Plush beige armchairs complete the sitting area.
In this living room featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, a cozy taupe armchair is positioned in front of a large window, creating the perfect reading nook. Bold orange accents add fresh style and color to the neutral space.