Great Rooms: Keeping the Flow Consistent, but Distinctive
You may remember the days where dinner was promptly at 7 p.m. and everyone was at the dinner table at that time. Well that almost seems like a luxury today. However, many homeowners are wanting to bring the family back together in one room with a great room home remodel. The typical great room usually brings together the family room, kitchen, dining room, and/or a sitting room. The beauty of the great room is now the whole family can enjoy being together while doing different tasks. But some people seem to get a bit overwhelmed when it comes to decorating such a grand space. Simply remember: together, but separate.
When decorating the space you want the interiors and furnishings to flow together, however, you want to make sure to create distinctions that separate the space.
Area rugs work well for defining a space. There are a variety of ways you can arrange furniture on or around the rug to create conversation nooks that allow you to comfortably chat with family and friends.
Mixing the flooring is another great way to separate these areas without disturbing the design flow.
Are you having trouble keeping the flow of your great room consistent? The Decorative Touch is here to help! If you live in the greater Kansas City area, give us a call at 913-888-1388.