Kitchen And Living Room Design

Kitchen And Living Room Design

Versatile Kitchen This kitchen is not just for activities involving food. With an eight-person dining table, a breakfast bar and a desk, this space offers many options for work, play and everything in between. This kitchen also flows right into the living room, so it’s the perfect place to hang out. Image courtesy of Burgin Construction Relaxing Design This kitchen has a waterfall wood table that visually divides the kitchen from the family room, making this an ideal space to relax. There is also a floor divide that separates the space where the limestone floor of the kitchen meets the wood floors of the family room. Design by Rebekah Zaveloff Open Floor Plan in the Kitchen An open floor plan allows views and light to be shared throughout this space. The kitchen and dining room areas open up to the living room, creating the ideal place for multitasking. Design by Andreas Charalambous From: Andreas Charalambous Kitchen Blues This kitchen doesn’t get much natural light, so the walls were painted blue to lighten up the space. The room has different “stations,” such as the counter, the dining table and a comfy window bench, creating a variety of places to do homework, cook or visit with family members. Design by Teal Michel Multifunctional Kitchen Space Green and white is a beautiful color palette that looks striking when accented with black. This is exemplified in this space with granite countertops, black wrought-iron counter stools and other accessories. The color palette gives this space a bright and fresh feel. The openness through the kitchen, dining area and seating area makes this a multifunctional space. Design by Ackerman Interiors Fun Color Palette The color palette of this space is influenced by the breathtaking California coastline views seen throughout the house. The functional kitchen layout makes the most of the light-filled space and opens up to the family room and outdoor living area. The built-in banquette and oval dining table serve as a spot for the family to gather for informal meals. Design by Velvet Hammerschmidt Multipurpose Kitchen Areas The bar in this space doubles as a desk and message center. The trestle table is key to making the bench seating practical and comfortable. A classic palette of black, brown and cream keeps this vintage kitchen feeling fresh. Design by Rebekah Zaveloff Open Kitchen Feel A large entrance between the kitchen and the family room creates an open feel throughout this space. The French doors and original molding details integrate this room into the rest of the home, and the transom windows allow more light to reach the kitchen. The dining table has a bench for seating on one side, offering a comfortable spot to enjoy a meal. Design by Rebekah Zaveloff Interactive Family Space in the Kitchen This kitchen is an open, interactive space and a hub for family activity. The light wood of the cabinets, along with the window, brightens up the space, while the tiled backsplash gives the room a Southwestern feel. Design by Steve Appolloni Laid-Back Feel Bold yellow-green walls, granite countertops and a multicolor backsplash serve as the backdrop to the contemporary rug in this kitchen. The space has multiple seating areas, including a dining table, a counter and a desk, creating a very functional space. The TV in the corner also adds to the laid-back feeling of the room. Design by Jill E. Hertz
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

You are currently using an older version of Internet Explorer (IE), so Design a Room will not work properly. You can update your IE browser here. Design a Room is also compatible with the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Visualizing With Design A Room Dreaming about remodeling a room in your home? The Design a Room visualizer can get you one step closer to that dream. Try on different floors, paint colors and stains in your own room or one of ours. It’s easy. Watch this short video to learn more or just jump in and get started. Use Design a Room Features With Design a Room, you choose the flooring, wall paint, and cabinet stain to visualize your new space Choose a Room Choose from five different room types: Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, and Living Room. Upload a Photo You can now design your new space using a photo of your own room. Find a Floor Choose from hundreds of floors based on floor type, color, look, and wood species in hardwood and laminate. Color Your Walls Match your flooring and furnishings with a complementary paint color. Select a Stain Choose a stain color for your kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Save or Share Your Design Save as many designs as your like or share your designs with friends and family in social media. You’re the Designer Get Started
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

Features With Design a Room, you choose the flooring, wall paint, and cabinet stain to visualize your new space Choose a Room Choose from five different room types: Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, and Living Room. Upload a Photo You can now design your new space using a photo of your own room. Find a Floor Choose from hundreds of floors based on floor type, color, look, and wood species in hardwood and laminate. Color Your Walls Match your flooring and furnishings with a complementary paint color. Select a Stain Choose a stain color for your kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Save or Share Your Design Save as many designs as your like or share your designs with friends and family in social media.
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

With Design a Room, you choose the flooring, wall paint, and cabinet stain to visualize your new space Choose a Room Choose from five different room types: Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, and Living Room. Upload a Photo You can now design your new space using a photo of your own room. Find a Floor Choose from hundreds of floors based on floor type, color, look, and wood species in hardwood and laminate. Color Your Walls Match your flooring and furnishings with a complementary paint color. Select a Stain Choose a stain color for your kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Save or Share Your Design Save as many designs as your like or share your designs with friends and family in social media.
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

Choose a Room Choose from five different room types: Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, and Living Room. Upload a Photo You can now design your new space using a photo of your own room. Find a Floor Choose from hundreds of floors based on floor type, color, look, and wood species in hardwood and laminate. Color Your Walls Match your flooring and furnishings with a complementary paint color. Select a Stain Choose a stain color for your kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Save or Share Your Design Save as many designs as your like or share your designs with friends and family in social media.
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

A large entrance between the kitchen and the family room creates an open feel throughout this space. The French doors and original molding details integrate this room into the rest of the home, and the transom windows allow more light to reach the kitchen. The dining table has a bench for seating on one side, offering a comfortable spot to enjoy a meal. Design by Rebekah Zaveloff
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

This kitchen is not just for activities involving food. With an eight-person dining table, a breakfast bar and a desk, this space offers many options for work, play and everything in between. This kitchen also flows right into the living room, so it’s the perfect place to hang out. Image courtesy of Burgin Construction
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Kitchen And Living Room Design

Make your dream room a reality Become your own interior designer with the help of the IKEA Planner Tools. Drag and drop your choice of furniture into the room and fit them to the exact measurements of your home. Rearrange and try different styles until you’re satisfied with the result. View it in 3D and print with all the measurements, just like an architect. See how much it will cost and get the list of all products. Once you’re happy with your plan, save, print or e-mail your plan and list so that you can pick it up at your nearest IKEA store. Then get final planning advice and assistance from us before purchasing the products you need to make your virtual room a reality. *Please note that IKEA does not allow personal storage devices like a USB memory stick or CD to be brought to the IKEA store due to security reasons. If you’d like to use more than one planner to customize a room, you will need to download each separate planner individually.
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Re-create a retro vibe – As far as retro styling goes, this studio kitchen does the job in every sense. The barely there pistachio is the perfect antidote to the flat, fuss-free units. Throw in a classic leather chaise, a circular coffee table and a pair of easy armchairs in a mix of straw, toffee and burnt orange and this is a kitchen that oozes midcentury charm, but with masses of 21st century design clout.