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Welcoming Open Floor Plan Living
The open floor plan is perfect for families and entertaining. Traditional white cabinets pair with a gray kitchen island, which mimics the color scheme in the living room furniture. The cozy breakfast area features a round table with pretty blue chairs.
Open Floor Plan Living Space is Contemporary, Welcoming
The open floor plan living space is flooded with light by the floor-to-ceiling glass walls that take full advantage of the beautiful Big Sky, Mont., views. Wood boards continue from the roof outside to the ceiling, which is punctuated by sleek black beams. Simple, contemporary lighting doesn't distract from the carefully chosen materials and furnishings.
Warm hardwoods ground this open floor plan kitchen, where a large kitchen provide prep space, a prep sink and wooden barstools for eating. A large window over the sink allow for beautiful views of snow-covered mountains.
The 13-foot kitchen island features brilliant white quartz countertops and opens up to the pub-style dining room. A muted gray-green wall color pairs nicely with the reclaimed wood on the face of the island and the wood-wrapped beams. The runner is actually porcelain tile laid flush with the hardwood floors, creating a unique visual accent.
An oversized sectional is paired with comfortable armchairs and a trio of hexagon coffee tables to create a warm, inviting living space. Large pieces of artwork hang above the traditional fireplace, helping to bring the two-story space to scale with the rest of the furnishings.
A contemporary open floor plan combines kitchen, living and dining spaces. A comfortable sectional pairs with a contemporary Barcelona chair and industrial-style light fixture. The homeowner is an avid cyclist, so a triptych photography of a bicycle seat makes a bold statement on the wall.
The long, open floor plan space combines the living room, kitchen and dining room in one easy flow. A graphic-printed area rug defines the seating area, which pairs a neutral sofa with black-and-white-patterned armchairs and a sleek white coffee table.
Low furniture pairs with large windows to make the most of the beautiful views beyond. The living room and family room are distinguished by a jewel box, pop-up ceiling. Stainless steel accents on the lighting valance provide a perceived separation of space while leaving an open floor plan.
This handsome living room is loaded with on-trend design ideas including open shelving, nickel gap wall details and a rustic-beachy vibe that emphasizes a vacation mood. The sofa converts to a bed for extra sleeping space.