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Modern Open Concept Living Room And Dining Room With Marble Fireplace
This white midcentury modern, open concept space features a living room with a blue upholstered sectional sofa, a dining room room with coral red upholstered dining chairs, and marble surround fireplace.
The living room in this luxury townhome is designed with an open concept leading to the kitchen. The white crown molding, recessed lighting and leather accents draw the eye to the nearby kitchen that features a dark wood tone.
Divided from the sleek modern kitchen by glass panels, this elegant and open concept dining space is well-lit with recessed lighting. The space is warmed up by natural hardwood flooring, and perfect for dinner parties with 10 guests at the wooden dining table with blue leather chairs.
With a green accent wall and four wire-backed stools in teal, this modern kitchen doesn't shy away from color. A large island sits front and center for quick meal prep and cleanup while still complementing the sleek modern appliances.
Open Concept Living Room With Contemporary Fireplace
The contemporary fireplace is kept low so that the views of nature outside become the real star of the show in this open concept living room. A pair of chaise lounges make for a comfortable seating arrangement.
This open concept area is stunning in classic white without being plain. The designer allowed for many eye catching features such as the block wall display and unique light fixtures to add dimension and fun yet keeping it clean and classy.
Modern Living and Dining Room With Open Concept Design
The inspiration for this home, the Italian stone pine tree in the backyard, can be seen in two separate spots in this space. The trunk is visible out the far windows, and the canopy is visible through the skylight. A long feature wall of cabinets stretches from the entry all the way to the kitchen, offering ample storage throughout the space. The cabinets hide everything from a coat closet at the entry to a refrigerator in the kitchen.
This townhouse uses texture and subtle color contrast to add visual interest and graceful depth to its open concept living area. Exposed wood beams unify the different areas and pull the eye across the room.