The remodeled living room has a spacious feel and opens onto the new kitchen and dining nook. Some of the home's original features, like operational pocket doors, were retained and incorporated into the new design
If you want to completely open one space to another — without any evidence of sliding doors in sight — consider a “pocket” configuration. “When fully open, Pocket Glass Walls slide into the wall pocket and completely disappear from view. This style is a great option to connect two spaces into one or close off an area just as easily,” say the experts at Milgard.
A blue front door sets the colorful stage for this lovely house that features bright accents and an open, airy feel. The original main floor was made up of a series of small rooms; the designers removed walls to create this layout.
This family room feels so comfortable with a cushy sofa and armchairs. The Craftsman-style cabinetry provides lots of storage, both open and hidden. The warm wood finish is brightened by lots of windows and light blue walls.
Elegant Contemporary Living Room with French Doors
Elegance fills this contemporary living room with french doors, fur pillows, and an animal throw rug. Hardwood floors and minimal decoration create a clean and sleek space that's hallmark of contemporary design.
Blue-framed French doors open out to the front yard from this lovely cottage living room. A gray velvet sectional faces the glass coffee table and charming white brick fireplace. In addition to the brick fireplace and the wall that surrounds it, the white paneled ceiling with exposed wood beams adds texture to the room.
Traditional Elegant Living Room With Hand Painted Wallpaper And White Pocket Doors
This traditional living room has elegant details such as green hand painted wallpaper, an antique, marble topped dresser with glass lamp, green tufted upholstered sofa, and white pocket doors with gold hardware.
Contemporary Gray Living Room with White French Doors
As seen on Home Town, the Guay Residence has been fully renovated by Ben and Erin Napier in Laurel, Mississippi. In the living room, the dark red paint has been updated to a warm gray color and the low ceiling has been removed and a new vaulted ceiling opens up the space.