What exactly is a sunken living space? This design will be slightly below the path to the area, and dropped down to a lower floor than the rest. The design will not be on a different floor, but rather a step below. It’s a timeless design, but it looks great in modern homes. These suggestions are great for families because they encourage openness and a sense of community. Today’s focus is on 10 ideas and photos of sunken living spaces. These rooms show how elegant and tasteful this style can be in any home, and create more interaction between family members and guests.
This creative space, which is located outside, is modern and stylish but also very welcoming. The solid, neutral base with teal and mango pops scattered throughout the soft sofas is a great combination. This plan is great for entertaining and enjoying one another’s company without too much fuss.
Sometimes, it’s not all the interior that is sunken. Instead, you can reduce the seating area. This cozy design is a favorite of ours. The soft, creamy white cushions contrast with the Moroccan-inspired throw pillows which bring a warm and welcoming spirit to the room.
This shot shows how the space falls a little below the surface of other spaces – the area where the hallway and kitchen connect. These rooms are easy to signal off, but still feel warm and inviting. This particular pace is filled with neutral browns and greys, which we find inspiring.
Another example of a small idea is this: it’s almost like an extra room that is separate from the main house. This is a classic and modern design, filled with timeless, modern furniture. This timeless design is timeless and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Like its predecessor, this seating area is sunken beneath the home’s surface. The circular shape is so unique and artistic that it enhances the whole home. We love the way this little corner was created and left to be enjoyed.
We love how the interior was decorated. It’s located off to the corner so it was easy create a casual, homey feeling without compromising the modern vision of the whole house.
This model is perfect for large rooms that have a simple vision. It has a smooth finish and hardwood floors. We love the addition of the cushion seats that can be used to rest on the outside edges of the level.
You will find yourself in a warm, inviting area, centered in front of the windows. It’s a West coast style, but with the added “sunken” accent. It gives the style a modern and fresh feel, without overwhelming any casualties.
This is a different version of the timeless idea. It could look modern and sleek but the colorful pillows and artwork create a fun and youthful vibe. It’s not that space has been reduced in size, but the comfortable, relaxing seating area is what makes it so appealing.
This space is my personal favorite. It can be divided and lowered from the rest of your home, but it has so much personality that it’s inspiring. The room’s “low-down” version is adorned with whites and wooden pieces, while the black accents give it a fashion-forward feel.