17,177 Carving Home Design Photos

Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Buena Vista Residence
Ideabooks750
Questions2
Here's a peek inside. Victorian era architecture often included ornate details like carved mantles and staircases.
“fireplace” — kczeller
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Minnesota Residence 2 Home Office 3
Ideabooks7,372
Questions7
9. Carve out a spot in the mudroom. If you're lucky enough to have another spot in your home to house the desk, then go for it. Make that mudroom beautiful and more like a family studio: a place to wrap gifts, cut flowers from the garden, work on homework or check email — it can be a hub for all sorts
“Laundry floor, paint, shelves !” — jenzuro
Gibbons, Fortman & Associates, Ltd.
gibbonsfortman
Ideabooks5,421
Questions8
This would be a French suite for royalty. The finely carved antique furniture, the touches of gilt, the architectural detailing, crystal, a canopy with layers of silk, damask bedding and the metallic wallpaper
“Chairs” — vbolot
Becky Harris
Oak Bluffs
Ideabooks3,802
Questions4
Accent for a covered porch. In the town of Oak Bluffs in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, porches bedecked in carved details are a must. A shaded hammock perch makes the most of the covered space.
“Porch” — jerrideardorff
Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks4,196
Questions3
Gyms and complements to gyms (such as saunas) can be carved out of awkward space you're not sure how to use — or if you're one of the lucky few who have too much closet and not enough stuff.
“gym looks nice” — chappellwilliams
Jonathan Adler
Luxe Living Spaces
Ideabooks94
Questions0
The legs are the most defining feature of Louis XVI chairs — they are straight and often have fluting or other column-like carved details. The chair backs are either rounded or rectangular, with an exposed wood frame. Style cheat sheet: Straight legs, often with column-inspired flutingClean linesOval
“tv komoda” — slobeg
Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks21,804
Questions22
family, it might behoove you to dedicate space for a walk-in or closet-like pantry. The placement of such a pantry will be dictated by where you can carve out the space. But what if you don't have this sort of room?
“Lights and fridge” — laynieholk
White Crane Construction
8 Reviews
A Modern Lower Level
Ideabooks5,401
Questions7
Carve out a guest nook. Put the small end of an L-shape room to use by setting up a guest bed area. Closing off the area with a door and adding a closet will make it an official bedroom, but for practical purposes, it can be just as useful without: Simply give guests the run of the basement during their
“colors, door, bed” — thehowdys
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