Traditional Style Open Living

Usually open living means a space that is industrial, modern or minimalist. How often do we see a true multipurpose living space which includes more traditional styling and multiple layers?

This spectacular room sees living, dining and office perfectly incorporated into one, large space. It really makes you rethink the need for all those walls, doesn't it?

So many noteworthy ideas here...

Warm tonal hues create a soft welcoming envelope for living.

Note the way the sofa is presented - a large banquette that starches the length of the wall, it can accommodate several people at once and yet takes up minimal area.

A large sculptural table takes centre stage, and as the darkest piece in the room it is grounded although floating atop several large cowhides.

The office area along the right side of the space includes two generous workspaces, and cleverly uses additional dining chairs, which link the areas and allows them to be pulled to the table for larger groups.

A wall of storage above the workspaces is busy, but balanced by the wall of mirror on the left, which fills in the large area above the banquette without further visually cluttering the room.

What do you think? Would this work for how you live?

x am

Pin It Now!


Leslie @ Segreto Secrets said...

What a great way to use this space - I love the mix of various scaled pieces, so eclectic!

xo. Leslie
Segreto Finishes

Joanne said...

I like the room but the furniture placement wouldn't suit me. There is no conversation circle by the sofa and you're sitting facing a taller table. I would be tempted to place the table in front of the window sideways with the sofa and chairs around a coffee table. Not sure if the space would accommodate that set up though. I love the wall of mirrors.

Unknown said...

Great post,Thanks for providing us this great knowledge,Keep it up.
juegos.com | jogos do friv | juegos de matar zombies

العاب تلبيس said...

thank you for great article,


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...