11,334 bi level entry Home Design Photos

Stuart Silk Architects | Limited PS
5 Reviews
Selah Residence
good example of bi level entry
cement/stairs/walk out....should one design be pool on lower level?
External leveling...mansion levels
“Roof and simple stone columns” — kzgallant
Pilar Calleja - Draw The Line Design
17 Reviews
Draw The Line Design and Lisa Lucas Design
bi level entry
“bi level entry” — djurek
4 Reviews
Tropical Beach Entry Pool
I've heard that pebble tech is not good for beach entry, that I line/lime deposit forms. Natural stone has been recommended
Is the zero-depth entry much more expensive to have built than a regular pool?
creating this entry in San Diego? Is there any concern with the material used not staying wet? What type of material is that for the beach entry? Thank you
A beach entry generally does not add much cost to the pool if the contractor is experienced in this type of construction.
beach entry to huge pool with waterfall in the distance
Here's another seamless "beach entry" pool. The stone colors of the pool walls complement the burnt orange, brown and green landscape; the pool looks like
KUBE architecture
25 Reviews
Arlington Residence
from the rest of the living spaces one half level up. In this home the lower level "living" room off the entry was physically isolated from the dining, kitchen
windows, and had a difficult to use multi leveled deck. The owners requested an updated treatment of the entry, a more uniform exterior cladding, and an
front elevation at entry, new rear deck and complete re-cladding of the house. Interior: The prototypical layout of the split level home tends to separate
between the major spaces on the upper level where they spend most of their time. ExteriorThe exterior entry of the house was a fragmented composition of disparate
We have been remodeling a split level and this house has been our go to as to what we want the whole time . The
“Smart split level revamp” — saragraff
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
20 Reviews
How do you make a split entry not look like a split entry? Several challenges presented themselves when designing the new entry/portico. The homeowners
window above the front door and the need to address “where is” the front entry and of course, curb appeal. With the addition of the new portico, custom
custom built cedar beams and brackets along with new custom made cedar entry and garage doors added warmth and style. Final touches of natural stone, a paver
how many stairs from basement to main level or are they split between
Any ideas for a raised rancher front entry?
My wife & I really like what you did with this home. We have a split level that is really "Bla 80s" looking & would like to pattern an exterior "facelift"
“columns and stone at bottom” — jillstancil
6 Reviews
Whole house remodel, Washington DC
Expanded bi level foyer
split level...Entry door...front entry...Like entry window...Good Bi-level facelift....split level remodle
“Entrance” — Madeline Bryan
Meister Construction Ltd
8 Reviews
Eyremont modern
Without the modern feel I love the bi-level room
split level. Our house could do this with lower level out towards back
nice seeing to lower level, nice windows
Split level storage...Storage within bi-level divider...Two levels looks neat...slit level remodle...Multiple level...Storage. Jeff loves 2 levels....I like the bi-level look...split level lounge dining
“Nice!” — Michael Dingal
Ryan Rhodes Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Magnolia Residence
I'm looking for bi-fold doors for a guest cottage about 8 wide by about 9 high. Nana is too
Make sure the floor levels in the house and garden are the same in order to create a seamless transition between the two.
looks like a good size inside for kitchen, dining living. don't think we "need" bi-fold doors- have had them
Add bi-folding doorsWhether you’re on a mission to bring the outside in or vice versa, your success, er, hinges on these glazed beauties. Fold them right
up the living area and increasing the sense of space. Make sure the floor levels in the house and garden are the same in order to create a seamless transition
up the living area and increasing the sense of space. Make sure the floor levels in the house and garden are the same to create a seamless transition between
“Kitchen/outdoor space” — ssmithslc
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™