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Open Plan Living Room Boasts Gorgeous Chandelier
Drew and Jonathan Scott's Las Vegas home includes this large living room that flows freely to an open kitchen. A stunning chandelier emphasizes the room's tall ceilings, making the space feel grand and airy.
This stylish contemporary living room features an open-plan design, creating an easy flow from one part of the home to another. Muted earth tones -- the rich brown of the sofa and the pale wood of the wine cabinet -- keep the feeling simple and organic.
This living room, which flows freely from an adjacent open concept kitchen, features blueish gray walls and light hardwood floors, giving the space an inviting feel. A colorful patterned rug adds interest to the chic seating area.
A few simple architectural details help divide up this open concept living area into separate regions. A column sets the kitchen off from the living room. A partition wall and sconce create a cozy reading nook.
The main living area of this Miami condo is multipurpose with a dining area, living room and kitchen. A wall of windows floods the space with natural light and, for nighttime, there's a sculptural branching bubbles light fixture.
A dining room and living room share space thanks to this open-concept floor plan. The spaces are tied together through a neutral palette with blue fabrics, accessories and artwork. French doors lead to a covered patio just outside.
As the eye moves into the dining room, gray armchairs and a rug help give the space a slightly different personality from the dining area and kitchen, but also stay harmoniously within the home's cool neutral palette.
A generous sectional acts as divider to separate the kitchen from the living area while keeping sightlines open. Color comes from accent pillows and tabletop accessories, easy to switch out whenever the mood strikes.