Transitional Open Design Living Space With Connected Neutral Kitchen, Living Room and Dining Room
A white support beam provides a simple room separation in the open design of this home. Hardwood floor and white walls create a seamless connection between the rooms. Nailhead trim on the living room stools, kitchen bar stools and dining room chairs creates a cohesive element throughout the space. Darker wood furniture pieces add a warm tone to the calming, light neutrals in the design.
Half Wall Creates Open Space, Connecting Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen
As featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, before John and Anthony redesigned this home, the spaces felt closed in and separate, but when the Kitchen Cousins revamped the home's common spaces, they took out half of the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room and living room. This connected all three spaces physically and visually.
Long Wood Dining Table With Black Leather Chairs in Open Design Living Space With Connected Kitchen and Living Room
This sleek dining room set up still allows for a spacious feel in this open design living space. A long wood dining table is circled with black leather chairs, and a simple centerpiece adds a touch of decoration. The connected kitchen and living room stick with the neutral color scheme for a cohesive look.
Transitional Design in Open Floor Plan Living Space With Elegant Living Room, Large Kitchen Island and Classy Dining Room
Each room in this open floor plan is given it's own space while staying connected to the surrounding sections with a elegant color scheme and transitional design. Dark cabinetry on the kitchen island adds a contrast hue to the neutral tones. A gray/purple hue in the dining chairs differentiates them from the light neutral sofa and chairs in this living room area. Decorative green accents add pops of color and life to each section.
Open Floor Plan Connected Kitchen, Dining Room and Living Room Featuring Gold Light Fixture and Neutral Color Scheme
Hardwood floors and a neutral color scheme blend the rooms together in this open floor plan. A gold light fixture over the dining is the focal point and helps highlight the subtle use of yellow accents in the design.
Matching Neutral Armchairs With Paisley Throw Pillows and Natural Wood End Table
This viewpoint highlights the open design of this living space. A pair of neutral armchairs in the living room have their backs toward the connected dining room and kitchen. The gold dining light fixture catches the eye and compliments the gold floor lamp in the living room. Paisley patterned gray and yellow pillows top the chairs for an accented finish.
Transitional Living Room Features Brown Leather Sofa
The open layout of this transitional living space flows nicely into the dining area and adjacent kitchen. Warm wood floors connect the spaces together, and a brown leather sofa and cozy brown armchair offer comfortable seating in the living room.
A large open concept layout connects the living room, dining room and kitchen. The dining room and kitchen are farther away from the lake views, so the designer raised them up on a small platform. That and a small railing help set those spaces apart from the living room.
Aerial View of Double Story, Open Connected Dining and Living Rooms With Wood Dining Area and Gray Sectional
Overlooking this open floor plan highlights the transitional, timeless design. White walls support the bright, open look of the room. The traditional dining area features a long table and mixed decorative seating. The contemporary style living room is framed with a large gray sectional. Long neutral drapes, hardwood flooring and a crystal chandelier connect the spaces.
A neutral transitional living room flows into the open concept kitchen with bar seating. Complimentary colors unify the two spaces. The recessed ceiling adds drama and makes the room living room appear larger.
Color Creates Contrast and Separation Between Renovated Living Room and Kitchen
To help separate the kitchen and living room spaces, designers introduced a little bit of color to the kitchen design through the lower cabinets and kitchen island. This contrast creates a design separation while keeping the spaces open and physically connected.
The lower floor of this home is open concept with the kitchen, dining area and living room flowing seamlessly together. Weathered wood floors connect the spaces and designer Leanne Ford has styled the home with her texturally rich, neutral palette.
This stunning kitchen features gray limestone countertops, mahogany cabinets and a small dining area. Custom designed mahogany bi-fold doors and windows connect indoor and outdoor living spaces, while the open nature of the room also allows for easy access to the adjoining living room.