Glass railing from the second story balcony provides an expansive view of the open floor plan and blends the indoors and out with large floor-to-ceiling windows. The ceiling is dotted with precision embedded lighting for subtly powerful illumination.
Interior living spaces in this Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, home are open and airy, encouraging communal gathering among family members and guests. Heavy beams highlight the dramatic height of the two-story space, which mimics the scale of the multi-level terrace outside.
Since this living room was so large, designers wanted to create two, functional spaces in a single room. To define the areas, a console table was placed between the two sofas. Then, designers chose two different anchor colors-gray for one area and white for the other. The gray space is meant to be a warmer, more formal entertaining and relaxing space, while the white section is brighter and more fun-meant for a more casual gathering.
In this open dining and living room, the striking two-way fireplace acts as a room divider, and the cool gray concrete creates a modern backdrop. Over the table, glass pendants have an industrial laboratory feel. The stained wood table and chairs and ochre-painted cabinet warm up the space.
The exposed beams carry over from the living room into the patio, creating a seamless transition between the two living spaces. The cream swivel chairs rotate for full enjoyment of the stunning views of the mountains beyond.
Overhead, two metal beams run parallel to each other and create a clear line of sight from the courtyard to the home's interior. Subsequently, the two living spaces feel connected, which makes the property seem larger and more open.
Floor to ceiling windows reveal a sweeping city view from a contemporary living room complete with a round wooden coffee table, flokati rug and sleek armchairs. A magenta throw in the living room matches an ottoman on the covered deck, tying the two living spaces together.
For this small Manhattan high-rise condo, designer Kathie Chrisicos strategically placed a custom-designed rosewood cabinet to separate two living spaces. From the foyer, you can see a similar approach to style and color in each room, especially in the wood tones and drapery choices used. The look is clean, contemporary and utterly inviting.
After adding a porch to the second floor of this home, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's Cousins On Call have created two outdoor living spaces. The patio features a new fireplace and colorful accessories and furniture.
Moonlight becomes the HGTV Dream Home 2012 a modern rustic ranch in Park City, UT. The backyard, bordered by burgundy switch grass and a split-rail fence, boasts two outdoor living spaces with views of the nearby mountains.
Transformed from an open carport to an enclosed AV room, the rear exterior of this home has views to two outdoor living spaces. The outdoor space combines an interesting mix of materials including concrete walls and tiered level landscaping.
Taking advantage of the long corridor, two separate living space are created. A chic, low sofa pairs with a leather ottoman, abstract art and a contemproary chandelier for an sophisticated resting spot, while the seating area next to the window is a cozy conversation place.
Here, a gorgeous modern home has a primary, central, two-floored living space with wings that extend at a perpendicular angle away from the center. One of those wings is this streamlined patio area with wood ceilings, lounge chairs and an indoor/outdoor feel. The expansive green lawn brings a comforting and bright air.