19,523 alcove Home Design Photos

Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Collar of windows Alcove for napping Exterior stairs
An outside alcove carved out of the space under the stair provides a bit of shelter and great place to take a nap.More: Dreamy Window Seats9 Window Seats that Command Attention
Similarly, this stair and seating alcove appears as a subtractive fragment of a much thicker material. This is a language
“Architecture” — bouchebel
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
Mark Ashby Design
Scenic Drive Project
Mark I have another question. I love the clean lines and detail of the alcove. What is the width of the marble under the window? Also, what is the width of the sheet rock below the window? This alcove area is a wonderful design. The marble is not overbearing and design soothing. Thanks
Mark I love the alcove tub and niches. I was wondering if you would please share with me the dimensions of the tub that you used in this space. Also, what are the dimensions
Love the tub in alcove. Cozy
like the shelving in the alcove.
“Tub surround.” — jamescsaxon
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
This alcove is also a perch. Built for a small child, another place to watch the world go by, curl up with a book or take a nap. Certainly a nice place for a time out.
An alcove way up high. Who says window seats have to be chair-level? Climbing a short ladder up to this fun window seat separates
“Never would've thought about adding a window seat to a window that's on the stairs” — Tiyana Gillings
1 Review
Minnesota Private Residence
Built in bed alcove to keep them off the couches...
Our best friends deserve alcoves too. And certainly an alcove they can call their own located near the kitchen makes it all the better.
love the dog alcove
“dog bed” — mklander
Rockefeller Partners Architects
6. Stone TrimThe stone extension jamb in this example forms an entire reading alcove. The architects lined the incised window opening in a honed stone, placing emphasis on the depth and solidity of the stone mass to form the wall. The effect is a break in the textured stone surface, but there’s a logic
logic to it. It appears the incision was carefully created just for this purpose, and the most tactile surfaces near the reading alcove were smoothed and worn to allow them to be sat upon or brushed against. Stone lends weight and solidity to any wall, but it comes at a higher price, so use it accordingly
“PJ Lounge” — smdlungu
Kingsley Belcher Knauss, ASID
5 Reviews
KBK Interior Design Portfolio
Tub alcove, shower alcove,
Tub in a window alcove
wood decorated alcove
bathtub alcove...tub alcove
“Mas” — tzionhc
Krueger Architecture & Design
1 Review
Lake Creek Residence
tub and little alcoves
alcove tub...Three Wall Alcove...petit alcove...Alcoves behind tub...Alcoves????? Umm
“for my next home” — oshonbreez58
Lucy McLintic
Playroom by Four Walls and a Roof
The family spends a lot of time in the tiny playroom alcove. Yellow accents in the pillow and Charade poster work well with the neutrals and seem befitting a playroom that needs to transform into an adult space in the evening. The chevron rug brings energy into an otherwise plain space and makes the
5. Chic San Francisco 3-story: This home proves that you can design with little ones in mind without losing style points. This playroom alcove is comfortable, current, and provides storage for stashing toys, movies and books.
“Seashell Gray” — Beth Piskorowski
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