Kitchen and living room designs are common in homes today, but that has not always been so. Many older homes had separated until the iconic designs of architect Frank Lloyd Wright promoted the idea that a room continue to the next room. Decorate these great spaces is a challenge, but you can do it by learning some simple design techniques. A key of kitchen and living room designs successfully is visually linking the two areas with color. You should works with a single palette of colors so you use colors that complement each other. For example, if you are looking for a Tuscan feel, working with earth tones, perhaps painting the sage green kitchen and living room of burnished gold
Highlight kitchen and living room designs with accessories that make echoed those colors and shades that accentuate the style. The floors, cabinets and countertop also bind room with color. Keep the same type of soil around the space instead of breaking it in two different coatings. If that is not possible, make sure that both areas are floor colors like. Choose kitchen furniture that complement the frames and molds windows in the living room, and make sure the countertop is in the same tone colors.