A living room isn’t only a living room today, it can comprise different zones and spaces in one, and with this concept of open layout it happens more and more often. Living rooms are often merged into one with a kitchen and a dining room, and here’s who to do that with style.
The kitchen features two kitchen islands: one serves as a table and a cooking surface, and the second is for storage because open spaces often lack storage. All appliances, including a refrigerator, is hidden behind the kitchen facades, which allows the kitchen to look uniform with the living room, the kitchen is light-colored and cozy.
The dining zone is comfy and cozy with rustic touches: there’s a long dining table and warm-colored wooden chairs. The pendant lamp is made of transparent glass and gilded framing and chain not to interfere with the sun rays and to highlight this zone.
And, finally, the living room itself. It’s separated from the kitchen with a large rustic wooden shelving unit. It’s used for storing and it doesn’t obstacle the natural light coming through, so all the spaces are filled with light.