The advantage of having an open plan living room in your house is you can still enjoy the presence of each family member. You can relax in the same area even when other family members are doing their own separate activities. This way can evoke a sense of togetherness.
We have gathered 10 show-stopping open-plan living room ideas to inspire you to redesign your own living room. Check them out!
1. River House by Alexis Dornier
The show-stopping open-plan living room idea in River House by Alexis Dornier is about creating a connection between inside and outside the house. Consists of living, dining, and kitchen, this awesome house is designed with a high ceiling and surrounded by glazed walls to enjoy the stunning views outside the house easily.
2. REDUX by Studio MK27
REDUX by Studio MK27 is a modern large house that has a show-stopping open-plan living room idea. Designed with a combination of different materials and textures, this house has a comfortable large living room surrounded by glazed walls to allow the owner to enjoy the views outside from inside the house.
Photographer: Fernando Guerra
3. House in Krakow by Kropka Studio
The show-stopping open-plan living room idea in this large house is about a combination of modern style and neutral colors. House in Krakow by Kropka Studio has a comfortable modern living room filled by modern furniture such as wooden chairs, a big sofa, a warm rug, etc.
Photography: Kropka Studio
4. Newry House by Austin Maynard Architects
It is a redesigned family home with a living zone reconfiguration. The show-stopping open-plan living room idea in Newry House by Austin Maynard Architects is about creating a warm and comfortable living area with the use of wood elements. A large rug is also added to complete the warm atmosphere.
Photographer: Tess Kelly
5. Loft RLO by ME Arquitetura
The show-stopping open-plan living room idea in this single-story residence is about creating a natural look through the use of natural materials, especially wood. The living area in Loft RLO by ME Arquitetura is beautified by a wooden ceiling and wooden floor. Most of the furniture is also made of wood except the rug and the sofa.
Photographer: Haruo Mikami
6. Hood River Residence by Scott | Edwards Architecture
Besides evoking a sense of togetherness, the show-stopping open-plan living room idea in Hood River Residence by Scott | Edwards Architecture is also about taking advantage of the stunning views. It is a contemporary house that uses leather chairs and a beautiful patterned rug to bring a comfortable feeling to its living area.
Photographer: Peter Eckert
7. House in Gulbinai by PRUSTA
House in Gulbinai by PRUSTA is a two-story large house with a modern interior design. The show-stopping open-plan living room idea in this house is about creating a comfortable atmosphere through the modern design and outstanding views outside.
Photographer: Darius Gumbrevicius
8. In the Mood by PRUSTA
Designed by PRUSTA, In the Mood is a large house that has a contemporary interior. The show-stopping open-plan living room idea in this awesome house is about providing a warm, natural atmosphere through the use of different colors and materials. The grey elements such as sofa, rug, and curtain look awesome in the living area that has a wooden floor and white interior.
9. Chalet Bolton-Est by BOOM TOWN
If you love to have a cottage-style in your home, you can try this show-stopping open-plan living room idea. Chalet Bolton-Est by BOOM TOWN is a large cottage with a comfortable living area. With a wooden floor and a wooden ceiling, this living area provides a perfect place to create a warm togetherness.
Photographer: Mario C. Melillo and Angus McRitchie
10. Vorobiev House by Kerimov Architects
If you want to have a bright interior in your living area, try the show-stopping open-plan living room idea in Vorobiev House by Kerimov Architects. Besides evoking a sense of togetherness, the neutral colors in this living area can create a comfortable atmosphere as well. The furniture comes with the same color theme while the bright look comes from the white curtain and ceiling of the room.
Photographer: Dmitry Chebanenko