22,456 Spacious Home Design Photos

Contemporary Kitchen
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purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.
purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious
Spacious look is very good idea, by removing the door or wall.
purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.More: How Much Stuff Is Enough?10 Tiny Kitchens Whose Usefulness You Won’t BelieveTell us: Do you have a tiny kitchen? What works for you?
purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display – transparent items make a room feel more spacious.MORESmall Kitchens From Around the WorldCompact Kitchens: 10 Space-Enhancing TipsPush and Pull: Kitchen Hardware That Is As Practical As It Is PrettyTELL
“kitchen layout” — athena_ml_lam
Doreen Le May Madden
13 Reviews
Cape Cod
Ideabooks3,450
Questions4
It creates a more spacious feeling, because there's no horizontal element defining a lower "virtual" ceiling line. How to use it: A scissor truss is appropriate when the ceiling pitch, or slope, isn't very steep. A shallow pitch, like in this example, can still be quite spacious when a scissor truss
It creates a more spacious feeling, because there's no horizontal element defining a lower "virtual" ceiling line. How to use it: A scissor truss is appropriate when the ceiling pitch, or slope, isn't very steep. A shallow pitch, like in this example, can still be quite spacious when a scissor truss
It creates a more spacious feeling, because there's no horizontal element defining a lower "virtual" ceiling line. How to use it: A scissor truss is appropriate when the ceiling pitch, or slope, isn't very steep. A shallow pitch, like in this example, can still be quite spacious when a scissor truss
“open floor plan” — mattboring
Contemporary Home Office
Ideabooks13,050
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Hi. Love the airy, spacious look of this studio! Can I ask, what height is the ceiling, at lowest and highest levels? Thank You!
Stay mobile with a rolling cart Whether you have a spacious studio or are working in the corner of your living room, a rolling cart would mean your work can come with you anywhere. Wheel it out onto the deck to work outdoors or just use it to stow your
Stay mobile with a rolling cart Whether you have a spacious studio or are working in the corner of your living room, a rolling cart would mean your work can come with you anywhere. Wheel it out onto the deck to work outdoors or just use it to stow
Stay mobile with a rolling cart. Whether you have a spacious studio or are working in the corner of your living room, a rolling cart would mean your work can come with you anywhere. Wheel it out onto the deck
“art cart” — janrio
Holly Marder
The home of Yvonne and Boris
Ideabooks1,364
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like how they have used wallpaper to really bring out the back wall, it is very spacious and the light really transforms this room
I like how they have used wallpaper to really bring out the back wall, it is very spacious and the light really transforms this room
including this dining room and music nook. They plan to convert one of the upstairs bedrooms into a large bathroom, convert the current bathroom into a spacious laundry room and refurbish the master bedroom. Finally, they plan to replace the roof.
“piano!” — andreaeve
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Main Level Remodel
Ideabooks3,809
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island on wheels that made the kitchen space more open and functional. Once the partition walls came down, the owners saw the designer's vision as a spacious, flowing floor plan centered on an elegant kitchen with a quaint lounging area flanked by a functional family room, living room, and dining room.
25. Take down a wall. Opening up your living space will help it flow better and feel more spacious. It will also get you thinking about how rooms can do double duty.
25. Take down a wall. Opening up your living space will help it flow better and feel more spacious. It will also get you thinking about how rooms can do double duty. More:What to Know Before You Tear Down That WallSmall-space ideas from other HouzzersSee other small spaces
“Love this fireplace” — 2thfairy62
Margot Hartford Photography
3 Reviews
My Houzz: A Big, Empty Box Becomes a Mod Live-Work Space
Ideabooks938
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Working with architect DiGiacomo, the couple drew up plans to maintain the spacious open room and to build a separate bedroom. The bank of shelves, 31 feet wide and 11 feet high, adds to the drama of the space.
plans to maintain the spacious open room and to build a separate bedroom. The bank of shelves, 31 feet wide and 11 feet high, adds to the drama of the space.Flooring: Tigerwood, Armstrong Flooring
Working with architect DiGiacomo, the couple drew up plans to maintain the spacious open room and to build
“the house gonna look like” — leawib
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Ideabooks2,141
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back, eliminating any division between interior and exterior, and allowing Carmichael to rest her feet on the elevated patio while sitting on the spacious window seat.
back, eliminating any division between interior and exterior, and allowing Carmichael to rest her feet on the elevated patio while sitting on the spacious window seat. Broe created that patio — as well as the garden's paths — using brick and stone salvaged from the demolished parts of the house.Window
back, eliminating any division between interior and exterior, and allowing Carmichael to rest her feet on the elevated patio while sitting on the spacious window seat. Broe created that patio – as well as the garden’s paths – using brick and stone salvaged from the demolished parts of the house.Window
“raised patio area” — lowelleklof
Walter Studio Interior Design
13 Reviews
Fairview Road NE
Ideabooks8,592
Questions13
n this spacious entrance hall, an antique bronze and crystal chandelier really helps set the tone, complementing the other antique objects, like the lamp tables and
invented until 1879. So true antique lighting (over 100 years old) often consists of candle, oil and gas lights converted to electricity. In this spacious entrance hall, an antique bronze and crystal chandelier really helps set the tone, complementing the other antique objects, like the lamp tables and
“colors, balance and warmness” — 38119
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