266,913 Relaxing Area Home Design Photos

Moore Architects, PC
Riverside Residence
Ideabooks5,419
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has an overhead ceiling plane that transitions the arrival area as well as relaxation areas of the site. It’s echoed in the hovering floor plane and the
front door porch area - overhang and raised.
has an overhead ceiling plane that transitions the arrival area as well as relaxation areas of the site. It’s echoed in the hovering floor plane and the
“.” — nobleannabel
Planning Pretty
Bright Bohemian Inspired Apartment in the Haight
Ideabooks276
Questions1
Lane and topped them with soft Tejn faux sheepskins from Ikea. The relaxed dining area reflects the couple’s unpretentious, laid-back style.
Lane and topped them with soft Tejn faux sheepskins from Ikea. The relaxed dining area reflects the couple’s unpretentious, laid-back style.Table: Norden
Lane and topped them with soft Tejn faux sheepskins from Ikea. The relaxed dining area reflects the couple’s unpretentious, laid-back style.See how to choose
“chair cover” — lijuez
Robert Young Architects
Family Room
Ideabooks2,221
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bigger than it really is. This is fundamental when trying to create a relaxing area. Too many things distract and create mayhem. If you keep it pretty, simple
bigger than it really is. This is fundamental when trying to create a relaxing area. Too many things distract and create mayhem. If you keep it pretty, simple
A futon strikes just the right relaxed note in this restful sitting area. Because it sits low to the ground, it doesn't dominate
“Lampadaire” — alain31
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,743
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Fence lines and defined areas for different purposes. Orchard, vegetable garden, wild flower garden.
Create relaxed areas for hideawaysIf there isn’t time to get the children out into the natural
increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large windows or glass doors looking
trees on your property think about using one as the centrepiece for a ‘wild’ area where the grass can be left longer. And if the tree is large enough, perhaps
“the rustic look” — Jayshree Narayanaswamy
Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Roseville Pavilion
Ideabooks9,024
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Open fire, undercover area and outside food prep
in Sydney’s Upper North Shore covers all zones – cooking, eating and relaxing areas. As a highlight, the built-in barbecue boasts a strong design element
Exterior area...Outdoor living area...Outdoor area with fire...bbq/fire area...Lovely outdoor area
“Skylight” — toulis
VSP Interiors
Dorset Stable Conversion
Ideabooks853
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position to the side of living room French doors off dining area
the table and benches made to fit the space, creating a beautiful, relaxed dining area where the whole family can gather. ‘We spend a lot of time with the
the table and benches made to fit the space, creating a beautiful, relaxed dining area where the whole family can gather. “We spend a lot of time with the
“Grey walls” — Nick
Elaine McKendry Architect
Queenslander, Fig Tree Pocket
Ideabooks373
Questions0
living area or veranda with the lattice work and side railing wooden floors
This is an example of why I want a deck/ outside area to be the
play/relaxation area that’s easily visible from the house (and enables the kids to play ‘outside’ even if it’s raining) than a dedicated dining area. Keeping
“Fan” — Anna Nowak
Folio Design LLP
Highgate Garden Room
Ideabooks1,159
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shower and relaxation area, all wrapped around an outdoor hot tub. Sounds like my kind of shed…See more of this garden room
Think bigAn unused area of this London garden has been transformed into a relaxing, sustainable leisure space, integrated with the woodland beyond. The
has a sitting room, gym, sauna, shower and relaxation area, all wrapped around an outdoor hot tub. Sounds like my kind of shed…
family with 2 childrenLocation: Highgate area of LondonDesigner: Lester Bennett, Folio DesignIncludes: A gym, relaxation room, study/TV room, sauna and showerThe
Think bigAn unused area of this
“Design as a whole” — Duangjai Tivasuradej
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