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Open, Transitional Living Room
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.
Open, Transitional Living Room is Rustic, Sophisticated
Exposed weathered beams and floating shelves bring a rustic quality to this open, transitional living room. White furniture creates a neutral base for the space, while a muted blue chair and striped curtains add soft color. A large brass chandelier is centered on the space, and the adobe-style fireplace adds a southwestern feel to the room.
Open Transitional Living Room is Comfortable, Inviting
A modular sectional sofa brings a grounding contemporary element to the decor, while a large cocktail ottoman with tufted faux-leather contributes a slightly old-world accent. A large window opens up the living room to the dining area.
Before, dark wood floors and yellow walls made the open plan living and kitchen areas feel dark and small. But a lick of white paint and lighter floors brightens the entire space and reflects the sunlight.
This open transitional living room connects to the kitchen with bar seating separating the rooms. The dark sectional contrasts well with the white walls and white bar chairs. The floral throw pillow compliments the orange rug adding color to the room. A glass coffee table allows the whole rug to show through.
Entryway Opens to Transitional Living Room With Coastal-Style Atmosphere
This home's entryway is an introduction to the large living room and open floor plan that includes a dining room, family room and kitchen. The space features a weathered wood fireplace and white brick--great additions for designer Debbie Talianko's coastal-style design approach for the home. The look is soft, inviting and comfortable for family living.
Transitional Living Room With Marble Fireplace Surround
A white marble fireplace surround serves as a focal point in this open transitional living room. The dark hardwood floor is complemented by a dark wood coffee table, while the white sofa provides welcome contrast.
A beautiful tufted sofa in a soft cream color divides this open plan transitional living room from the nearby dining room. Oversized windows let in lots of natural light and allow the blue, gray and metallic color palette to shine.
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.
The open floor plan unfolds from the entryway into a elegant white living room. Traditional elements, like the fireplace and area rug, combine with more modern pieces, like the see-through coffee tables and neutral sofa, for a comfortable gathering spot.
The custom 42-inch Hilliard light fixture is made up of individual pieces of blown glass hand-soldered in bronze and draws the eye up toward the cupola. Designer Kristi Will selected a thick-piled mohair for the custom sectional, which nearly shimmers in the natural light.
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 parquet wood and metal table is paired with a comfortable, neutral sofa and chair to create a family-friendly, welcoming space. Exposed wood beams add a rustic note to the space, which is full of texture from the throw pillows to the plush area rug.
With simple and clean lines, this casual design features shades of gray to highlight the spacious two-story entertaining space. Textural fabrics and bold graphic patterns are strategically placed around an earthy, monochromatic foundation to create a welcoming, comfortable living room.
The peaceful mood in this transitional living room is created with coastal-inspired blues and grays, lots of natural light and a simple, open feel. Area rugs help mark out different conversational groupings in the large floor plan.
Tray ceilings define two separate living areas in this glamorous open living and dining room. A wood dining table and chairs anchor the dining room, while a contemporary sofa and coffee table form a sitting area behind.