Enclosing an area with sliding or folding windows allows you flexibility in how you use and experience the space depending on the season, the occasion, or just your mood. When choosing a large-opening door, your choices are virtually limitless. Here, folding doors open an intimate dining area to a much more expansive space. “Keep in mind that folding panels can be configured in numerous ways, from folding all to one side to splitting in the middle and folding to both sides. This unit also has the unique available option of a swing door within the folding door system. This means that the user can operate the user-friendly single door like any other door without having to open all of the panels,” says Lance Premeau, LEED® Green Associate Product & Market Manager, Kolbe Windows & Doors.
A pair of relaxed white sofas made of solid wood construction with slender track arms and tailored slipcovers that remove for easy cleaning provide comfortable seating in this well-detailed living room.
This bright living room features a blue and white striped tufted sofa paired with a blue tufted armchair and modern wooden coffee table. Large windows allow natural light to flood the space, while a sisal rug and wooden drum end table add earthy touches. A white globe chandelier hangs overhead.
With a private entrance from the master bedroom and office wing, this secluded living space was designed to be a retreat where the couple could unwind together. Thus, a comfortable, charcoal gray sectional gives the owners room to cuddle up or stretch out, while Pecky Cypress Beams take advantage of the high ceilings.
Various textures and coastal tones add beauty and interest to this open family room. Shades of tan, brown, blue and white and artwork inspired by the beach and ocean give the space a calm feel, providing a great place to relax and unwind.
A glass chandelier adds a timeless touch to this neutral living room. Gray curtains and a gray armchair keep the tones calm while a pink floral pillow and bright art above the fireplace bring pops of color to the relaxing space.
A square tufted ottoman serves as a coffee table and optional seating in this light-filled, family-friendly living room. The cheery blue and white color scheme is punctuated by pops of yellow, and a stylish mix of pillows adds color and comfort.
This earthy living room features several reclaimed wood pieces, including the entertainment center and trim above the windows. Sheer white curtains and a neutral sofa add soft touches, while brown leather armchairs and green pops of color complete the look of the room.
The natural materials and colors in the furniture, rug and window coverings create a serene setting in this beach house living room. Brightly colored accent chairs add a punch of fun, just as a beach umbrella and chairs might add to the natural tones of the nearby sand and surf.
With a chic and refined appearance, this dining room pulls in a mostly contemporary look with touches of Victorian design. The luxurious gold and crystal chandelier, floor-to-ceiling window treatments and sideboard mirror represent the defining features of traditional design while using the table, accessories and area rug to deliver a contemporary look.
Gorgeous blue wainscoting serves as the backdrop for this transitional seating area, which features a sleek loveseat. Leopard print pillows pop against the solid brown piece, brining pizzazz to the classy space.