Contemporary Open Living/Dining Room with Two Seating Areas

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In conceptualizing this open-plan with two seating areas and a dining area, we aimed to create a versatile space. We chose a contemporary aesthetic, marked by clean lines and a monochromatic color palette, punctuated by bold blues and energizing yellows for some vibrancy. The first seating area is defined by a luxurious, deep blue sectional that anchors the space, while the yellow accent cushions and ottomans introduce a lively contrast. We selected plush textiles and ample cushioning to ensure comfort is the priority. For the second seating area, we selected a dark geometric wall, providing a contrast to the olive and navy furniture, picked for its aesthetic appeal. The artwork and circular mirror are deliberately minimalistic, meant to add artistic interest without overwhelming the space. Our use of navy drapery and a modern light fixture ties the space to the rest of the home. The open dining area seamlessly integrates with the kitchen, featuring a sleek, minimalist table surrounded by elegant, black chairs that echo the clean, modern lines found throughout the space. Floor-to-ceiling curtains in a serene navy provide a dramatic backdrop and the option for privacy, while their rich texture adds depth to the overall design. The use of varying textures and materials, from the soft rugs underfoot to the smooth, curved edges of the coffee table, creates a tactile experience that encourages engagement with the space.

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We decided to give Spacejoy a try and so glad we did. Couldn’t be happier with how our room turned out.

I absolutely loved working with Spacejoy! From the 3D renders to the personalized 1:1 moments working with my designer, the whole experience was great. My designer understood what I wanted and created a design that makes my space look amazing. Can’t wait to work with Spacejoy for the other rooms!

Kimberly

New York

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