228,279 family room with office Home Design Photos

Todd Arenson Construction
3 Reviews
Lowell Ave. Park City Utah
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beautiful seating and storage solution for spare room
4. Family room. An office in the family room has pluses and minuses. On the one hand, working near the kids offers family integration. Parents get to hang out with their children; the kids don't get resentful that Mom or Dad is always too busy for them.On the other hand, noisy distractions and important
important deadlines don't mix well. If you can work out a schedule that suits everybody's needs, the officefamily room combo can be a huge success — especially in a room like this, where built-in benches hide toys and provide a cozy environment both during the workday and after hours.
“pull purple color from the bricks, nicely dramatic” — lmf64
Ken Linsteadt Architects
Mill Valley
Ideabooks3,206
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fully glazed with triple seal glass & mounting flange options for installation. You are welcome to contact jerry@solidbronzewindows.com or call our office 210.832.8040 with your project details and we will gladly assist you. You are welcome to view our ideabooks or product video & website- http://www
choose to put the office off the master on the 2nd floor, a little deck off of it overlooking the property would be really cool
house is constructed in an L shape. One leg is composed of a two-story structure that holds an entry, a family room, an office and bedrooms. large
deck upstairs over downstairs room/garage - like roof line (pergola-esque)
the first of many revelations. The house is constructed in an L shape. One leg is composed of a two-story structure that holds an entry, a family room, an office and bedrooms. While the street-facing front of the house presents a poker face (it’s pleasing but doesn’t give away much), large windows and
“Outside patio” — aosh
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
the sound of music - the family room
Ideabooks275
Questions0
the sound of music - the family room
What was once the family room is now a home office. Located close to the front door and away from the family room, the office can be easily accessed by visitors and, with the doors closed, stays quietly tucked away.5. Split up that old living room. By relabeling the existing rooms and adding new architectural
This room is also connected to the front hall, so children running up and down the stairs between their bedrooms and the family room don’t have to go into the kitchen. And this room now provides a nice connection to the yard, as can be seen here.4. Create a new home office in an existing space. What
architectural features, an old and too-big living room can be repurposed as needed. A formal dining room for the holidays and a reading room for everyday use are two possibilities among many. While a total makeover is the most costly of the three scenarios, with a price tag that can easily be north of $100
“doors, tv placement” — sueco11
Space Kit
2 Reviews
Study
Ideabooks18,512
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cabinetry keeps the collections of books organized and graphically interesting. South facing windows allow light to permeate the space and flood the meeting room in daylight. White paint throughout keeps the space bright for meetings. Flooring is locally sourced hardwood. Stainless steel tables are pushed together
Love this space - what are approx. dimensions of the room?
What is the size of the room?
dividing living room into half (this
Perfect for a quilters room. Double table for basting, tons of cubbies for fabric
homework room/my office? I like the centre table
built-in book shelf like this on the wall of office would be nice.
smaller, constantly used family room, and was a constant source of regret for the homeowners. What's the point of having a beautiful room you never use?We did the ol' switcheroo and turned the formal living room into a large family room, and the former family room into an office space with tons of built-in
“Some deep shelves for plans” — julia721
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
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Love this sofa...I am looking for one for my great room in black. Hope you can help.
Walking through the front door of the home, you notice the striking size of the great room. The large, open area is cleverly arranged into different living spaces: living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, office nook and a mini bar area. Exposed beams and lofted ceilings increase the volume of the
modern open space, kitchen, dining room, family room
Contemporary kitchen diner and family space
Walking through the front door of the home, you notice the striking size of the great room. The large, open area is cleverly arranged into different living spaces: living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, office nook and a mini bar area. Exposed beams and lofted ceilings increase the volume of the
“polished concrete” — ceton
Allen+Killcoyne Architects
Micro-apartment
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The wall between the bed n living room
Chair and desk in living room
the architect says. Instead of creating one open room to make the space feel bigger, Killcoyne established separate interconnected zones for living, sleeping and cooking. “The place feels bigger,” the architect says, “because you get three major rooms out of it. You don’t feel like you’re trapped in
replaced the windows and started over from scratch, dividing the unit into discrete zones while maintaining its open feel. “I really wanted to create rooms that flowed together, but at the same time, you had separate areas that defined different living spaces,” says the architect. He knows something about
“Killcoyne gutted the space, replaced the windows and started over from scratch, dividing the unit in” — kuzzwhy
Meni Design Group, LLC
Living & Lounge
Ideabooks79
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family room
Built in desk for office
home office
“Built in desk for office” — jacquitmoreno
Dogwood Interiors
5 Reviews
Nevada City Residence Remodel
Ideabooks61
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family room
home office
“Fireplace simplicity” — 2426ideas
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