5,682 chalet Home Design Photos

Amelia Hallsworth Photography
East London Flat
Chalet by name, chalet by nature… The first thing that strikes you as you enter the flat is the wood panelling in the living room, which gives the space a cosy, cabin-like feel. ‘When I moved in, I noticed the walls were uneven,’ Tom recalls, ‘so I figured that scaffolding wood panels would flatten them
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Tom ChaletLocation: East LondonSize: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroomThat collection has grown steadily and accounts for almost everything you see in the flat, apart from a few designer purchases. Chalet loves to pick up mementos wherever he travels and snag bargains
could even tell you where I found each one and the story behind it.”The result is an evocative and unique living space, jam-packed with personality. Chalet obviously has a flair for interior design. His mind is always thinking and, despite his having spent only a year in this lovingly formed abode, he’s
“Hut” — jwhite93
Amelia Hallsworth Photography
East London Flat
I was obsessed with at the time and knocked the image up in photoshop. I then had it printed on ... and hung it above the bed. Super simple." (Tom Chalet) Hope that helps! Amelia
feature wall in the bedroom uses contrast to draw the eye to the decorative elements, such as the red pendant cords and the zigzag headboard, which Chalet’s mother fashioned from an MDF board covered in fabric. She also made the curtains.See how to make an upholstered headboard
fresh, playful lighting look would work equally well to add a splash of color to a modern white bedroom.Wall art: typed in Photoshop by homeowner Tom Chalet; enlarged and printed by hellocanvas
“Lights” — Molly Robertson
Amelia Hallsworth Photography
East London Flat
friends come into Chalet’s flat, they always seem to notice something new, even though it’s all the same and nothing has changed. “They’re like, ‘Did you always have this?’” he says, laughing.The Barbie dolls are eccentricities that somehow work in the context of this space. Chalet bought them on eBay
“Barbies” — David Girling
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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David Michael Miller Associates
4 Reviews
Rustic Eclectic Farmhouse
a fireside dinner. No fireplace in the dining room? Why not move your dining table into the living room for the evening? Pretend you’re in a Swiss chalet and cook up a pot of fondue to share while staring into the crackling flames. The Swiss tend to serve cheese fondue with a wide range of accompaniments
“Why not move your dining table into the living room for the evening? Pretend you’re in a Swiss chalet and cook up a pot of fondue to share while staring into the crackling flames.” — Laura GaskillYum. As I write this, it’s still cold enough for pipes
: Massive HolzmöbelHolz ist definitiv das Hauptmaterial des rustikalen Stils. Mit Bauernmöbeln, unbehandelter Kiefer oder Eiche holen Sie sich den Chalet-Stil ins Haus.Probier’s mal mit Gemütlichkeit:Eine massive, lange Tafel bildet das Herzstück der Wohnküche. Lassen Sie sich hier die Brotzeit am Abend
“large fireplace, stone mantle” — rkazeks
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Maison Glissade (Ski Chalet)
as a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional chalet. Its form retains the convention of a gable roof, yet is reduced to an elegant two storey volume in which the top floor slides forward, engaging an adjacent ski hill on axis with the chalet. The cantilever of the upper volume embodies a kinetic
Amazing ski chalet. Love the wood and the large upper storey.
This ski chalet in Ontario, Canada, designed by
This ski chalet in Ontario, Canada, designed by Atelier Kastelic Buffey, uses a gable form in an abstract manner, devoid of much detail. The cantilever may not reach the extent of the Balancing Barn's, but it creates an outdoor room that has the same shape as the space inside. The entrance is hidden
“gable” — hsshope
V.I.Photography & Design
5 Reviews
outdoor living
Love it too, would make a great ski chalet.
Chalet de mes rêves!!
chalet styling glass front
Chalet refurb...A frame chalet...Wow. A chalet.
“Laguna beach guesthouse/treehouse” — svmathews
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
“Recessed windows and long roof” — kato2eyes
Peace Design
I love this cozy looking chalet! Would love to get snowed in here!!
a roof for alpine conditions, you either design it to hold snow or to shed snow. Pretty simple concept but there is more to it. Take a look at this chalet – it has a highly complex roof form designed generally with a steep enough pitch to shed snow. With complex roofs, you need to watch out for areas
“FAVORITE!” — kelynnledford
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