An open floor plan combines the living space and dining room, creating a spacious room that accommodates intimate seating areas as well as large gatherings. The bright white color scheme is punctuated with bursts of red, green and yellow.
This cozy townhouse space makes the most of a bright white color palette with accents of muted blues. Curvy tufted chairs relax next to the window, which is dressed in navy-and-white patterned curtains.
Classic white wainscoting leads up to ocean blue walls in this transitional bedroom that nods to nautical style. A tufted upholstered bed is dressed in Greek key linens and flanked by cottage-inspired nightstands.
This modern space incorporates the living and dining room with a space-saving built-in dining table. The room is outfitted with safari-style global accents and patterns that warm up the space but avoid going overboard with the theme.
A built-in dining table and shelf makes the most of limited space in this modern combo living/dining area. Printed wallpaper adds a layer of texture that complements the safari style of the other furnishings in the room.
With simple and clean lines, this casual design features shades of gray to highlight the spacious two-story entertaining space. Inspired by the local Bucks County lakes, parks and landscape, accents of natural colors and textures are used throughout the home.
A seagrass bed dressed in simple yet airy linens makes for a comfortable, elegant centerpiece of this cottage bedroom. Wood crown molding adds a rustic note to the space, while simple sheers dress the windows, adding lightness to the space.
Touches of nautical style, from the seahorse art prints to the boat hull coffee table, bring a whimsical element to this traditional living space. The open floor plan leads to a sophisticated dining room with a lantern light fixture and classic wood dining table and chairs.
An open floor plan townhouse has a seamless flow from the kitchen to the living and dining rooms. Bringing beach-inspired texture to the space is an accent wall that looks like clapboard siding. Contemporary green armchairs and Ghost dining chairs modernize the rooms, while weathered woods on the dining table and media console add a rustic note.
The center island is paired with a trio of rattan barstools for breakfast or family to gather while fixing dinner. Traditional white cabinets combine with cool gray countertops and classic white subway tile backsplash for an open and airy kitchen design.
Dark gray is used on the second floor of this large living space to bring the height of the room down, creating a cozy, family-friendly room. A trio of coffee tables makes one big surface or can be separated for a modular space when entertaining. Comfortable seating, from the large sectional to the comfortable gray chair, create a great space to gather and relax.
The open floor plan kitchen and breakfast area combine simple, clean lines with natural materials and textures. White cabinets are paired with gray countertops and subway tile backsplash for an updated, traditional design, while a rustic wood table is surrounded by comfy Parson chairs and wood slab bench.
A green-and-white houndstooth runner brings sophistication and color to the rustic dining table, which is surrounded by a mixture of wood and Parson chairs. Nestled by the bay window is a comfortable seating arrangement of wingback chairs, while the coffee table carries the same houndstooth pattern from the table.
The open floor plan creates an easy flow through the living room, dining area and kitchen. A neutral striped rug defines the seating area, which features comfortable furniture in a mix of patterns and colors.
A simple, sophisticated wood-and-iron table is surrounded by traditional wood chairs and Parson chairs, creating a cozy yet bright dining room. Large windows allow in tons of natural light, while the soft neutral palette is an elegant backdrop to the entire living space.
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.