By Clair Jacques. Living Room Design. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 18:31:04 PM.
Looking for open-plan living room ideas? Open-plan living has slowly become part of our everyday lives, from a home office within a living room to a kitchen-diner. These spaces should be well designed and able to utilise the best of the overall room in their function. Clever decorating and styling ideas will keep the spaces looking separate but seamless. Sounds complicated? Well fear not as we have compiled our top five tips for making the most of your open-plan space, without breaking the bank. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family.
Give an open-plan family space a relaxed feel with casual furniture. A painted yellow chair brings a splash of bright colour to this minimal space. Here, an elegant fusion of old and new will give a timeless feel to your living room. A pale wood floor reflects light from the opening to the garden and the hits of strong yellow and bright and cheery touches.
Where two rooms are linked but not entirely open, create flow by painting both the same shade. A neutral colour scheme allows the freedom to ring the changes using accessories, giving each room its own personality without the risk of jarring. Turn an open plan space into a functional family living area with clear zones for relaxing and dining. Soft taupe walls in a matt finish unites the two rooms and forms an elegant base for this traditional neutral decorating scheme. The space has been cleverly divided up with two textural rugs and the positioning of the furniture.
Happy, cheerful colors evoke a fun, kid-friendly atmosphere. In her own home, designer and mom Alison Kandler paired a navy sofa with wicker furniture and a distressed coffee table, but the brightly striped area rug and candy-colored pink and floral pillows help tie all the hues together. The family space serves multiple functions: a place for kids to create art and play, a home office and a spot to relax as a family.
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