In the past, living room décor was often symmetrical. Traditionally, a painting is placed above the sofa, and flanked by two end tables topped by lamps. Formal window treatments of luxurious fabrics trimmed with braid and fringe, and perfectly set pairs of occasional chairs and tables follow traditional rules of decorating. Few homes these days have space for such a ideal room that is more to be looked at than used.
Like in picture above 2011 Living room designs trend will continue to assimilate work activity, satisfying family and work associates, architecturally, as a ‘hub.’ We will see continuity in the creation of large multi-purpose rooms, rather than divided ones. Kitchens will combine eating and meeting spaces – bring dining, cooking, meeting, and recreation all together in one large space. No longer does the chef remain isolated from his guests while he prepares the meal. Family, guests, and business associates can feel right at home while they visit or brainstorm!
Here are some design inspirations for Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Designs 2011 Trend:
Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Designs By Helena in Logos
In our never ending search for quality design ideas, we stumbled upon some amazing ideas about how to integrate a kitchen in a living room. Logos is where we found the “Cooking and Living” project, which unites several unique ideas about interiors that combine the two.
Playing with waves for Helena is the nearest sensation to freedom that she knows and that is precisely the feeling that she wants to generate constantly around her whether she is going out with friends, painting graffiti or relaxing on a sofa of her refurbished studio on the coast where she surfs, whenever her social or work commitments allow her to.
Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Designs By Eli and Richard in Logos
The project below was created for a family of four. Eli, Richard and their two kids wanted a special apartment, with spacious rooms, large access to the kitchen and the possibility to keep an eye on the children while having coffee for example. Which is why the designers came up with the perfect blend: a kitchen integrated in a living-room. We hope you will take a look and agree that this is a perfect fit.
Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Designs By SB Architects
SB Architects project with luxury kitchen and work space integrated in living room on second floor of this Apartment project. This urban environment architecture become the new trend real estate. Modern living room and minimalist bedroom with white color dominated this house. Its has elegant exterior complete with beautiful lighting. You can see wooden roof. This latest minimalist house designed by SB Architects in San Francisco.
Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Designs By Robin Chell Design
Robin Chell Design is a full-service interior design firm based in Seattle. Founded in 2002 by Robin Chell, the firm specializes in residential, multifamily and commercial interior design. This classically modern, 3400-square foot home overlooking Lake Washington was designed to maximize the expansive water views and encourage the interplay between the indoors and outdoors with a lush and expansive courtyard. The interior design emphasis on natural and honest materials included the use of exposed concrete, natural stone, blackened steel and sustainable hardwoods.
Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Design By MIM Design
Conceived by the architecture firm Mim Design, the 2011 Dream Home Glass Walled House by MIM design is modern and monochromatic house with subdued contemporary furnishings that are enlivened by large-scale abstract paintings and art displayed throughout the two-story house. Additionally the simple layout of the house facilitates traffic flow through the various living area.
Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Design by Amy Lau
Amy Lau demonstrates her beautifully composed living room designs. She is clearly influenced by modernism and her passion for abstract art but her designs are so different it is only their refined details and degree of internal consistency that show them to be the work of the same interior designer.
Other Integrated Living Room With Kitchen and Work Space Designs
When it comes to current trends with this room, the most important thing is that it is very enlightened. Colours are very helpful with this detail and the pieces of furniture which have very rigorous geometrical figures complete the calm atmosphere in the room. The combination of colours and textures is inspired from nature. The current trend consists of using bookshelves made of modules because these can change the entire design of this room. These modules should have a light structure, but also a very solid one and combining them with different contrastive materials highlights a discrete elegance.