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362,258 bookcase living room Home Design Photos
John Samuel Custom Cabinetry
Shaker Style Bookcases
white bookcase breakfront. Designed in the Shaker style.
White bookcases next to fireplace
Style Bookcases...Living room
Seattle Architect - Best of Houzz Award Winner 2012, 2013 and 2014!
I have over 25 years of experience and founded my Seattle-based architecture practice in 2004. I specialize in residential design both new construction and remodels.
Sullivan Building & Design Group
Black Walnut Farm Guest House
lt-in bookcases, built with reclaimed pine from a factory in Philadelphia, next to fireplace - Renovation of 1800's stone guest house
We could use our kitchen bookcase in living room like this, maybe refinish.
Window in middle of bookcase
builtin bookcase...built in bookcase
Denise Merbeth LLC
built-in bookcases Contractor: Weisflogs Design Center LLC
Bookcase for living room
family room...family room
Anthony James Construction
Two Story Addition
family room, home office, kitchen expansion, walk in closet,
Exact bookcase for wall in living room
Layout against north wall in living area off of kitchen
family room....wall bookcase...living room
Destree Design Architects, Inc.
New Old Farmhouse
Love bookcase withe the pattern on the back
and blue living room colors
built in bookcase...Living room...living room
Designer/ Architectural Gallery
living room furniture. mix of modern and traditional.
living room american
Bookcase in living room
Love how much room there
living rm...Living Room...in the room...Bookcase feel...Love this room!
Pennsylvania Farmhouse Living Room
traditional living room gets an update with new furniture placement, area rugs, custom reupholstery, and window treatments. Replacing one large bound carpet with two separate area rugs in this large living room, then grouping the furniture in a new way opens up the space. The updated fabrics really breath
to the room. I draw attention to the client's collections (especially the collection of miniature furniture in the window alcove) by grouping them together for impact. Re-using the client's existing furniture was not a problem, especially when the pieces are as fine as these!