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Open Great Room
Incorporating a living room, dining area and kitchen all together works well to open up a space and get rid of some walls. By eliminating the attic and raising the ceiling, the space is able to feel twice as large.
Soft gray walls and coffered ceiling create a cohesive design for this multi-functional space. Neutral furniture in elegant lines create a timeless feel to the rooms, while contemporary light fixture lend a modern note.
The dining room and sitting area connect, creating an open living area for the family. A gray area rug ground the seating area, which combines a black leather sofa with cozy armchairs and a tufted leather bench.
Open Concept Great Room With Living, Dining Spaces
This great room is divided by a floor-to-ceiling fireplace. The dining area features a restaurant-style banquette, while the living areas flow into each other, one with a sectional and another with a casual seating arrangement. A bank of windows brightens all.
Open, Contemporary Living Room is Family-Friendly, Welcoming
Sleek, contemporary furniture is centered around a streamlined entertainment center and TV. The wood accent wall adds warmth to the space, while elegant plants sit on glass pedestals, adding to the openness of the space.
Open, Family-Friendly Living Room and Breakfast Area
An open floor plan creates a kitchen, living area and breakfast nook that is perfect for enjoying the home as a family. A soft brown sectional provides extra seating for gathering and chatting off the kitchen.
Open Concept Living With Family Room and Breakfast Area
The generous size of this open concept great room in Atlanta offers homeowners no shortage of options for space-planning and decorating. A floating furniture plan allows fluid movement between the breakfast nook and living room, while a solid color scheme unites all surrounding spaces.
Open-Concept Living Offers Kitchen, Dining and Family Room
The bright and flowing open-concept living space allows everyone to interact, and the chef's work is made easier with an ultimately functional kitchen. Brushed-gold details like the pasta arm and faucets add elegance to this clean, contemporary home.
The family room is anchored by the stunning table featuring chrome details and a painted driftwood top. The linen color of the sofa matches almost perfectly with the ocean in the background, while a custom striped rug helps pick up other subtle color tones in the room.
This Hollywood Hills property is stunning from the large living area that is completely open, to the dramatic dining room and contemporary kitchen. This property allows for great indoor/outdoor entertaining that seamlessly flows together.
A raw steel accent wall is the focal point of this contemporary two-story great room. A 72-inch-long ribbon flame fireplace adds warmth to the seating area, which features a comfortable tufted gray sectional.
Warm-toned woods in the living room's floor and furniture suggest the soft colors of a tropical sunset. Beautiful doors open to a stunning view and allow an easy transition from the inside of the home to the outside.
As seen on HGV's Love It or List It, the renovated living room has had the wall removed that used to cut it off from the rest of the house. Now, the living room flows comfortably into the rest of the house.
As seen on Love It Or List It, Too designer Jillian Harris removed the wall separating the family room from the kitchen and dining room to create an open concept living space. She refaced the fireplace and lightened the room by using a light, neutral paint throughout. The outdated, overstuffed leather sofas were traded for a soft, grey sofa.
This lovely living room opens to the kitchen and dining room beyond it, creating an airy, light-filled space that functions well for all family members. Rustic wood paneling and a wood tray ceiling balance the room's sleek furnishings, giving the space a casual appeal.