Apartment Renovation in Dublin 6Contemporary Living Room, Dublin
View from living room towards dining area and kitchen. The re-located door to the hall means that the sofa can sit snugly opposite the chimney breast, where the electric stove and wall mounted tv are placed side by side.
Photograph by Philip Lauterbach
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Home in on zonesThink of each of the three zones in a classic open-plan room – kitchen, dining and living – as occupying its own distinct space and having a definite character. This doesn’t have to mean different styles, simply that each finds its expression within a harmonious whole.You’ll want each of them to be the “happiest” possible, with none of the three appearing to suffer at the expense of any other. For example, a full-height bookcase at the end of a kitchen, as seen here, can create a subtle marker between the food preparation and the living/dining zones. A piece of art on the wall can give definition to a dining spot, while a large rug is always a winner when you’re aiming to emphasise a seating area.