753,864 LIVING SPACE Home Design Photos

Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Cherishing memories with art
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big­ger. Even a small out­door space can be a re­fresh­ing, nour­ish­ing hide­away.
Personalize your outdoor space with artwork, vases of flowers or potted plants, colorful
colorful candles or lanterns, and interesting furniture. Paint an exterior wall or fence a bold color and prop up a mirror to make the space seem bigger. Even a small outdoor space can be a refreshing, nourishing hideaway.
out­door space with art­work, vases of flow­ers or pot­ted plants, col­or­ful can­dles or lanterns, and in­ter­est­ing fur­ni­ture. Paint an ex­te­rior wall or fence a bold color and prop up a mir­ror to make the space seem big­ger
“outdoor art” — barbeehiggi
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
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ZeroEnergy Design
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Family Loft
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functional work area with a fantastic view and clear shot to the play space below. A wall separating the master bedroom from the double height living space was replaced with a folding glass door to open the bedroom to the living space while still allowing for both visual and acoustical privacy. Photos
privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master bedroom to the main living space and open it to the vast city views. They also the bedroom to borrow light from the main living space. Doors: NanaWall; door hardware: Hafele Hardware
Horowitz replaced the existing drywall that closed off the master bedroom with translucent folding doors that close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master bedroom to the main living space and open it
“Nana wall” — tamabrw
ZeroEnergy Design
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Passive House Retreat
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This vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy
Love this space! What is the white paint code? Thank you!
The iconic gable form and bold red color used outside appear again on opposite ends of the indoor living space. The exposed ductwork assists with the small amount of backup heat the family requires beyond the passive heat, as well as air conditioning for
days when natural ventilation can't handle a heat wave. Both come from a small, single system. "We needed to create a sense of entry within the living space," explains Horowitz; the small, low walls to the left provide this.
“Coral for master bath!” — rkillday
CAST architecture
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Mazama Ranchero
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An open living-dining-kitchen area anchors the west end of the main house. It opens directly both to the covered patio at left and to the covered walkway linking the two structures, out of the photo’s frame to the right; the latter brings the low summer sun into the living space, as mentioned earlier
earlier. The openings allow the living space to be continuous and ventilated on two sides, tying inside and outside together when the weather is right. Steel columns in front of the wood-clad aluminum windows help the owners feel safe with so much snow overhead. Along with the concrete floors, the columns
buildings can mean the interior space feels more compressed, which can be a concern for those looking for privacy. However, when properly designed, a narrow plan can offer this privacy. A thoughtful zoning layout allocates private spaces farther away from public spaces in the plan shown here. Transition
“totally like the looks of that table...looks good on concrete look” — nordviks
Adrienne DeRosa
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Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
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seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space — especially one with high ceilings.
The open space with tall windows
vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space — especially one with high ceilings. Works with: Bungalow, modern, contemporary, rustic
vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space — especially one with high ceilings.
vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space — especially one with high ceilings.Works with: Bungalow, modern, contemporary, rustic
“cool room” — lwalmsley
Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
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The living room is roughly 17' x 24' in size with two 5' entrances into the space.
Love the room. In process of redo in my living room. Could you please advise on the dimensions of this room?
I always find comments on some of my spaces interesting. Some people look at this room and find it "too quiet and calm." Others feel it's too busy. I think the trick is always designing to your
Wallpaper on ceiling. Living room setup
Symmetry. This living space's symmetrical design draws the eye immediately up to the wallpapered ceiling and ceiling fixture. The screens in the back of the room anchor the space, focusing attention on the unexpectedly tall piece of art over the fireplace.
The designer of the living space here created drama on the ceiling with wallpaper and a ceiling mounted mirror, however, this same look can be achieved with a light fixture to illuminate the space.
“Mix of traditional, and warmth” — Preservation & Renovation
Terra Firma Design
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Queen Street Rooftop
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Outdoor space for a small home
Complete with sun chairs and a small circular table, this deck both utilizes it's space and creates a resort style getaway.
slings — like these from Kingsley Bate — marry comfort and clean lines without dominating the space.
Set your top three prioritiesWhat do you most crave, need or want in your living space? Really think about this and be honest. It’s not often you will get everything you want in a new place, but if you
Set your top three priorities. What do you most crave, need or want in your living space? Really think about this and be honest. It's not often you will get everything you want in a new place, but if you stick with your top three priorities
important to you. For instance, is it really important to you to have a private outdoor space? An entrance that is not in an enclosed hallway? Lots of light or an open floor plan? These will point you quickly toward the spaces that may be a good fit and allow you to move past others that would not suit your
“Small living space design” — arrianec
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
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How wide is the space and barrel?
Good evening- Do you know how wide this space (for the shower part) as well as the measurements of the barrel? Thank you so much for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Karen
making use of a small space
Wow, very unique neat idea for a tiny space.
133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbors allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living. See more of this
133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living.See more of this
“Cool space saving shower” — kenggy
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