161,931 Double Height Home Design Photos

KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Forest House in Spring
Ideabooks1,653
Questions1
Like the gallery and double height ceiling
This is a dream view from these double windows.
forest are revealed in each direction as one climbs through the house. Here the office and media room appears to reach into the woods through the double-height window.More about this house
double high ceiling...Full height windows...Double volume dream
“window” — miller456
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
Ideabooks4,179
Questions12
“This entry hall shows a taller wainscot treatment. Its height brings the eye up and makes the room feel a bit taller. Interestingly, applying wainscoting close to door heights in a space with ultra-high ceilings actually humanizes the scale, bringing a warmth to what
wainscot to give impression of stretching room upwards, making it feel taller than it is. Chair rail height wainscot will make your great room feel squat.
like height, color and wainscotting look.
what could be cold, cavernous spaces without sacrificing any of the outstanding architecture we get with vaulted or double-height ceilings.
This entry hall shows a taller wainscot treatment. Its height brings the eye up and makes the room feel a bit taller. Interestingly, applying wainscoting close to door heights in a space with ultra-high ceilings actually humanizes the scale, bringing a warmth to what
“Black accents” — lea86288
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
M-Central
Ideabooks1,062
Questions2
The oblong column is actually wall-like, and the architects laid out the living area so the structure helps to define the different areas in the double-height space.
The oblong column is actually wall-like, and the architects laid out the living area so the structure helps to define the different areas in the double-height space.
“Banca y mesa de centro” — Natalie Jaspers
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Pool House
Ideabooks3,874
Questions6
them bronze..add fixed transoms above to raise height?
common application. Walls are rarely done because you can’t put furniture or paintings up against it. However, a suspended wall, for example in a double-height area, could be an option. Ceilings work best for cooling, as opposed to heating, because cool air falls and hot air rises. Fitting the radiant system
common application. Walls are rarely done because you can’t put furniture or paintings up against it. However, a suspended wall, for example in a double-height area, could be an option. Ceilings work best for cooling, as opposed to heating, because cool air falls and hot air rises. Fitting the radiant system
“Patio doors” — lmazzucco
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Bellevue Hill Sydney
Ideabooks2,225
Questions10
Here is the dining room of the middle apartment, which is afforded a double-height space. A mezzanine overlooking the dining space takes advantage of the height and the views from the glass over the sliding wall.
room like this is the place to be.On the flip side: On cold and cloudy days, the vast spaces created by vaulted ceilings can be difficult to heat. Double-glazing is the way to go to trap any natural winter warmth inside.
“aussie” — 1ljackson
Beccy Smart Photography
1 Review
First floor living space, and study
Ideabooks3,825
Questions5
overlooks the ground floor creates a feeling of connectivity and flow, and the space also benefits from the natural light coming in through the double-height window beyond.
that it overlooks the ground floor creates a feeling of connectivity and flow, and it also benefits from the natural light coming in through the double height window beyond.
overlooks the ground floor creates a feeling of connectivity and flow, and the space also benefits from the natural light coming in through the double-height window beyond.More: Loft Beds Give Rooms a Lift
“fireplace and table” — steffmamo
arbejazz architects studio ltd.
k house
Ideabooks1,305
Questions0
often the only double-height spaces in a home.
arbejazz architects studio ltd. Save to Ideabook open risers, which won’t work in all jurisdictions. They seem to be a popular means of bringing light through interiors, which makes sense given the way stairs are often the only double-height spaces in a
all jurisdictions. They seem to be a popular means of bringing light through interiors, which makes sense given the way stairs are often the only double-height spaces in a home. There are plenty of photos of open-riser stairs with people, highlighting the transparency afforded by these designs. This example
“desk under stairs” — brgrate1
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Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Great Room
Ideabooks10,494
Questions5
If connection to the second floor is one characteristic of double-height living rooms, this house in the suburbs north of Chicago makes that connection explicit. Like a residential panopticon, the den "provides for a quite workspace but remains visually and psychologically connected to the rest of the
“No upholstered chairs” — mccs38
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