1,035 Medical Reception Area Home Design Photos

selma b. sherman/interiors
Interiors
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Medical Spa Reception Area
“relax before going in” — Danielle Alexander
Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Intexure Live Work Studio
Ideabooks582
Questions2
coming in the front door brings one to the work space. Signage makes this apparent, as does the design of the reception area and the conference room beyond. Here is another view of the reception area, almost comfortable enough to be a living room.
Greys and blues for reception area
Here is another view of the reception area, almost comfortable enough to be a living room.
“Recepcion” — mitzi3o
Artisan Kitchens LLC
10 Reviews
Seaside whimsy in Centerville, MA
Ideabooks173K
Questions44
love love love the dog area but have 5 dogs
Hi, The dog bone shapes are actually cutouts, not handles, and the labels were engraved in the drawerheads (the engraved areas were then painted a slightly darker shade of blue to highlight the letters). So - it was all done right in the wood itself, nothing is surface applied
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The room is about 13' wide by at least 22' long. The end where the photographer is standing (not shown) has an eating banquette and desk area, so it's a pretty big room, one long rectangle.
“Drawers” — debid62
Nieto Design Group
4 Reviews
Home Office Living Room
Ideabooks5,619
Questions6
what did you use for the ceiling area . This office looks great,
Can you please post more photos of this office? I am breaking my neck trying to peek behind the desk area to see what's going on;)
like the sharp angles combined with the curves. also the utility of the sofa on one side and counter top work area on the other. This is great for kids to do their homework in the living room area.
“entry lobby03” — Sanjida Shams
Davenport Building Solutions
1 Review
Landon
Ideabooks1,096
Questions3
Good use of space between garage and family area, all open no hallway.
microwave shelf, wall colors, open plan, coat rack area with shoe storage bench
mudroom between kitchen and seating area
to store: Humidity and heat can damage ingredients in most medications, so do not store them in the medicine cabinet, which tends to be humid. Try a hall closet or high kitchen cupboard (away from the stove) instead. If you have medications that must be refrigerated, and you have kids at home, store
ingestion. Because both over-the-counter and prescription medications can be dangerous when not taken as intended, it is best to keep them high and hidden, whether or not you have kids in the house. Safely dispose of unused, unneeded and expired medications.
“color” — dwilliams5622
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Nob Hill Condominium
Ideabooks2,514
Questions2
The revised floor plan required a complete demolition of the existing finishes. Careful consideration of the other building residents and the common areas of the building were priorities all through the construction process. This project is most accurately defined as ultra contemporary. Some unique features
like tv and work area combination
Clover cladding for reception 6 of 10 ikeja office
Could alternatively hide tv above work station area
“wood color” — adrianiux_br
Erika Bierman Photography
7 Reviews
Kelly Edwards for Teen Project
Ideabooks6,143
Questions5
Homework area for the kids and gurat
Space for Saul. Make it universal area. Seating for 3-4
Great area for school work to get done!!!!
Another view of the reception area from the computer area shows that it is divided by a low wall from the rest of the open floor plan, but the visual connection is always there, which demanded a cohesive vision from the designers in regard to style, colors and geometry.
Another view of the reception area from the computer area shows that it is divided by a low wall from the rest of the open floor plan, but the visual connection is always there, which demanded
“oficina home” — VICTOR
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Home Office
Ideabooks4,059
Questions3
Love the two work areas no the dark wood.
Open space, but defined work areas. Would prefer a lighter feel to blend with dark wood.
Separate working areas
center area...Reception a
“Double office:))” — vodrey
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