Inspirational open plan room designs

Whether you love to entertain or just want to keep an eye on the children, a well-designed open plan living is the ideal layout.

The no-walls concept for your living space is great in many ways, but it can be tricky to get it right. How to establish flow in open spaces, and define and connect the different areas with style can be a bit of a challenge.

Take a look at some inspiring designs for your open plan living space and keep reading for more tips!

Matching interior decor              

With a sleek and modern design, this open plan living showcases natural style and understated elegance. The matching decoration and furnishing of the combined kitchen, dining and living room create a roomy feel, yet with separate functional zones.

The Conquest open plan living by Smart Homes for Living

The Conquest by Smart Homes for Living

Large rug to separate the spaces

The beautifully designed kitchen that overlooks an open plan family and dining area is the central masterpiece of this living space. The shaggy rug helps to create the separation of the living area whilst pulling the look of the room together.

The Exalt open plan living

The Exalt by Smart Homes for Living

Coffee table as room divider

The stylish, elegant design allow this open concept space to connect, yet still feel separate. Using the coffee table to divide the large space gives an extra character to the living room design, whilst maintaining the flow to the other areas.

The Exceed open plan living

The Exceed by Smart Homes for Living

Cleverly arrange your furniture

The placement of furniture can make a huge difference when creating separate zones in your open plan living. The dining table across the middle, and the long sofa facing the living space, helps to create a cut-off space, which cleverly divides this open plan room into functional areas.

The Exemplar open space living

The Exemplar by Smart Homes for Living

If you are looking for more inspirational ideas check out our “5 tricks to enhance your open plan living area”.

Author: Rachael Payne

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