Open Plan Interior Design Inspiration

Choosing an open floor plan is a personal choice. Some just love the home and it happens to come with this kind of combination kitchen, living, and dining rooms. Others love the idea of having the rooms open to one another as they are great for entertaining. These 22 open floor plans have managed to tie everything together in terms of style, but keep each area well-defined.


Visualizer: Patricia Bagienski  

The kitchen in this open design is just a step up from the living area. The two levels are a great way to separate the two spaces. Making them flow is the light wood cabinetry and platform steps that include drawers. Instead of using separate upholstered pieces, this designer has used upholsetery cushions and pillows to make seating. The kitchen island pendant lights share the same hue with the panel cabinet doors and dining table lighting fixture.


Visualizer: Moh Studio  

This Berlin open floor plan apartment in white was dressed up with low profile charcoal seating that features geometric pattern pillows. Those patterns were continued in the rug that anchors and defines the living area. The circular element in the coffee table was imitated in on the walls with cute cat art, as well as in the lighting fixtures. The barstools picked up the grey again and added a light maple finish in their legs that we see again in the top drawer of the chest. Tying the rooms together is the fabulous light grey finished wood floors.


Visualizer: Ngurah Arya  

Although everything is combined into one room, the use of a straight line tight back sofa and a small dining set help to make it appear spacious. Flat panel cabinets and a marble backsplash keep the kitchen fresh, upscale, and neat.

The exposed ceiling beams and unique industrial style lighting draws the eyes up in this open plan. White brick walls and light wood floors help to lighten the warmness of the beams.


Designer: Polygon  

This spaces uses a variety of finishes and materials for the walls that help to separate the different spaces in the room while the grey and white scheme is used throughout the room to keep them coordinated.


Designer: Anna Neiman Interior Design  

This botanical design gives new meaning to the term pot rack. Instead of hanging down the pots sit on a hanging shelf, along with lush greenery. Interesting lighting and the spotlight under the platform up to the kitchen are interesting touches that create great ambiance.


Designer: Anna Neiman Interior Design  

This contemporary design has an industrial feel with the black sliding glass doors that separate the rooms. The low back free form sectional helps to prevent the room from being to cold and stifling. A burning flame lamp shade off in the corner creates warm lighting in the room.


Visualizer: Phan Nguyen  

This open plan has a Zen feel with low seating sofas and coffee table, perfect for a little yoga. The kitchen provides seating for meals in unassuming counter stools around the wood and marble island. The lighting fixtures are branch-like and add a little whimsy.


Visualizer: Oliver Wende  

The more traditional arched windows contrast the straight lines and contemporary styling of this living and kitchen combination. Everything is kept simple here, from the white topped dining table and cabinetry to the black leather guest chairs.


Visualizer: Patricia Bagienski  

This loft living and kitchen area gives us soaring bookshelves and feminine touches in the flower pendant lighting to the powder blue geometric shapes in the rug and throw pillows.


Visualizer: Yaroslav Serdyuk  

A wall of white panels and display nooks is a great background for this room donned with matching sectional pieces. The copper breaking wall helps to define the space of the living room and provides a space for the television without cutting off that beautiful view all together.


Visualizer: Oliver Wende  

This simple design makes the most of the small space. Even with black floors the white walls and ample windows manage to keep this look from looking heavy and small. The island gives a space for dinners, work, and storage.


Visualizer: Tu Nguyen Hoang  

Textured walls and cabinets provide interest in this open plan and help to declare the kitchen and dining areas. The living area in light grey uses abstract art and sophisticated upholstery to warm up the look.


Architect: Scenario Architecture  

The unusual shape of this home required some creativity in making separate spaces that provide room and flow from one to another. Here the living area has this great focal point – a brick wall that doubles as a bookshelf and display space above the fireplace. This wall turns into the kitchen with a built in bench seating on one side of the table.


Visualizer: ESpace Team  

Here we have a simple, warm and inviting space. Warm taupe window panels also take on a green hue when paired with the green throw pillows from the sofa. Unique Scandinavian style chairs surround the table giving this otherwise straightforward design a touch of fun.


Visualizer: ESpace Team  

The kitchen cabinets in this combo room don’t meet the floor, providing a great space for ambient lighting. Mixed shapes are displayed in the pendant lighting above the dining table, providing a little quirkiness. Open shelves are used in the kitchen keeping with the simplicity of the rest of the design.


Visualizer: ESpace Team  

A beautiful double halo lighting fixture sets this room off along with candlestick pendant lighting in the kitchen. The dark green rug defines the living area furnished with a taupe sectional and comfortable Papapasan chairs.


Visualizer: Olesya Ligay  

The island and tables tie these rooms together with their grey textured finishes. Accessories were grouped in the different areas and books were used to add height.


Visualizer: Twin Hongtruc  

This plan uses a brown wall behind the living area while the cabinets and flooring are a light taupe. Great way to put a spotlight on this cozy seating area and island bar.


Visualizer:  MG Design UK  

This open plan with soaring ceilings keeps everything at a low profile to improve flow. The wood burning stove adds a cozy touch to the spacious room. Décor was all about the details, note the candlesticks that match the unique Bauhaus chess set.


Architect: Perkins+Will  
Visualizer: Pictury Architectural Visualizations  

An overstuffed sectional and low marble coffee table sits atop a faux fur rug in this living room. Windows wrap around the kitchen and dining area providing lots of natural lighting.


Visualizer: Andrii Rozhko  

Storage in this ebony-walled kitchen was supplied by the island that has its own cubby to slide those counter stools away when they aren’t in use. A fun rug and platform marble tables accompany the black upholstery in the seating area. In the dining room, the black fabric was added to dining chairs to tie it together.

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