Grandiose Open Living Area Examples To Get Inspired

There can be no denial that an open living area is simply perfect for enjoying gatherings and parties with your friends on Friday nights and weekends. Usually, these spaces are combined with dining rooms thus creating a whole space with separate thematic zones.

Apartment Berlin Mitte

#1 by Annabell Kutucu (Berlin, Germany)
#1 by Annabell Kutucu (Berlin, Germany)
A unique extended stay apartment in the heart of Berlin. The accommodation offers a private, comfortable space totaling 150m² with three bedrooms. The eclectic design is an homage to Berlin and its creative diversity.

 

#2 by aTng 糖 (Chengdu, China)
#2 by aTng 糖 (Chengdu, China)
aTng (Chengdu, China) designed this lovely living space in industrial style furnished very cozy and homelike. The open living area combined with dining space create an airy ambiance around.
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One of the greatest advantages of open living areas is that you can place quite many decor elements without sacrificing the space. The rocking chair with a blanket and the impressive collection of books behind add a homelike feel.

FEBAL Living

#5 by Cristian Gentile (Florence, Italy)
#5 by Cristian Gentile (Florence, Italy)
An impressive open living area situated in Florence, Italy. Furnished with teal blue and ivory colored furniture, this living space looks grandiose.
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Cristian Gentile designed the space with the unique Italian elegance. The living room looks simple yet open, airy and cozy.
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#8 by aTng 糖
#8 by aTng 糖
Another bright example of how practical an open living area can be. Bright white walls look sterile yet the beige furniture breaks the strictness of the interior.

Big City Life

#9 by Jan Wadim (Lodz, Poland)
#9 by Jan Wadim (Lodz, Poland)
Stylish, open and bright… This is the description of the open living area by Jan Wadim (Lodz, Poland). This is a contemporary styled living space.
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The room is perfect for pastimes with friends. Comfortable sofas and a large LCD TV along with the wall lighting create a comfortable atmosphere in the room.
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The dining space is gently combined with the living one making an entire relax zone for the family.

 

#12 Jordan Pierguidi (Florence, Italy)
#12 Jordan Pierguidi (Florence, Italy)
Jordan Pierguidi (Florence, Italy) designed an exquisite and elegant open living area. Every detail including the furniture, curtains, chandelier and rug are well thought over.
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The dining zone of the project is included in the whole open living space yet does not interfere with the interior design.

Brankovic resort

#14 by Marko Zecevic (Nis, Serbia)
#14 by Marko Zecevic (Nis, Serbia)
Marko Zecevic (Nis, Serbia) projected a fascinating open living zone separated from the kitchen with a panel wall.
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The marvelous fireplace and the big LCD TV make the room look inviting and warm. The fire logs, meanwhile, add a unique rustic charm to the interior.
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A charming modern open living space combined with the dining zone. What makes these projects so incredible, is that your guests get a homelike impression here.

Mansfield Street

#17 by Nicolas JOUSLIN (Paris, France)
#17 by Nicolas JOUSLIN (Paris, France)
A grandiose loft on Mansfield Street designed by Nicolas Jouslin (Paris, France). The huge windows from floors to ceiling only complement the openness of the living space.
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The kitchen and dining spaces are combined here not to take much room and interfere with the largeness of the living space.
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Living room in residential house LOCATION: Novosibirsk, Russia

#21 by Zinaida Baklanova (Moscow, Russian Federation)
#21 by Zinaida Baklanova (Moscow, Russian Federation)
A magnificent Art Deco open living room in a residential house in Novosibirsk, Russia. The talented Russian designer Zinaida Baklanova inhaled freshness and high style into this wonderful space.
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Implemented in bright white and light wood colors, the interior of the living room charms with simple yet at the same time luxury look.
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Bright yellow armchair and paintings in Art Nouveau serve as the “spice” of the interior.

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