Although in separate rooms, the living and dining rooms appear united and open thanks to glass railing along the cut-out wall. A white sectional and white chrome base coffee table enhances the bright and airy feel of the space.
To create plenty of seating in this spacious living room, Chip and Joanna brought in a comfortable, white sectional, keeping the space neutral and bright. Decorative wood doors were hung against the back wall, adding warmth and visual interest. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
A simple palette of pale and calming neutrals, balanced by deep espresso wood finishes, lends a sense of serenity to this living room. A large, low sectional dominates the area and creates an inviting space for lounging.
This family room was designed for maximum comfort and entertainment. A large built-in entertainment center houses the tv and includes open and hidden storage. When it's time to play, the walls disappear for instant backyard access.
Designer Jerry Jacobs raised the ceiling in this loft apartment to make room for a large built-in bookshelf. A chic white sectional provides ample seating without obstructing the space's open, airy feel.