White walls create a gallery-like environment for the homeowners’ bold, modern artwork, and midcentury modern furniture fits nicely with the home’s clean lines. Glass-topped tables add to the room’s openness, while a large, gray rug breaks up the pale wood floors and defines the seating area.
The homeowners of this mountain home are minimalist and wanted a simple space to hang out with family and friends. To add drama above the fireplace, designer Emily Esposito used Modular Art Panels. The wavy pattern ties in with the curved roof and plays off the water of the home's surrounding lakes.
The architecture exudes urban cool with imaginative design tricks like walls that vanish to connect the patios with the house. Inside, midcentury modern furnishings are comfortably casual, creating welcoming spaces for residents and guests to kick back.
Neutral tones with pops of brown create an inviting place to sit and relax in this modern great room. Glass doors open up on either side of the room to bring in natural light and the fresh air from the outdoors.
To help create separate areas visually within this open concept living space, the architects designed ceilings that look different in different parts of the room. The huge windows lining the home make the outdoors a vital element of the interior.
Incorporating a living room, dining area and kitchen all together works well to open up a space and get rid of some walls. By eliminating the attic and raising the ceiling, the space is able to feel twice as large.
Modern Great Room With Kitchen, Glass Wall and Sectional
The Autohaus great room features a wall of floor-to-ceiling glass panes as well as a large door leading to the deck. The living area includes a deep neutral sectional, and the kitchen has a large white island for food prep and casual dining.
Modern, Open-Style Living and Dining Space With View of the Ocean
Among the many luxuries found in this modern home is the perfect space to entertain. The great room has a wall of slide-away glass doors, allowing the ocean view and California sunsets to be enjoyed and appreciated. Cool shades of gray and white keep this posh area grounded.
The designers of this spectacular modern home wanted to flood the interiors with natural light. One of the ways they achieved this was to add clerestory windows that have the added effect of making the ceiling seem to float above the walls.
The main living space of this casual yet contemporary home on Lake Austin is entirely open concept with rugs helping to delineate different areas. Sliding glass doors on both sides of the residence make it easy to entertain indoors and out.
Entertaining is easy in this elongated great room that combines kitchen, dining and lounging areas in a modern way. With emphasis placed on acoustics, this home is also soundproof and thickly insulted to keep the noise contained.
This modern great room features a wall of windows extending from the bamboo floor all the way to the ceiling for a view of La Jolla, California. A wood stove offers heat during cooler weather, and curved red couches provide comfortable seating.