184,756 green sectional Home Design Photos

Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Collingwood
Ideabooks277
Questions1
Melinda has asked for part of the project to be enclosed and somewhat climate controlled. This would be an option...but, would have to use a solid roof below the "cupola" section here in the Sun Belt. Also, the
GORGEOUS! i would love a section of my house surrounded by windows
The green house
“outside chair” — Irene Marcus
EasyTurf
37 Reviews
Backyard Installations
Ideabooks4,828
Questions1
Différente section
sectioning off backyard into zones
green carpit
“Pool” — hickeyst
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
A Ski House - Stowe, VT
Ideabooks11,036
Questions13
kitchen and was exactly what the client wanted! The working side of the island, (the top part of the "T") is 109" wide x 43" deep. The seating section of the island is 82" wide x 54" deep!
wood on green cabinets
t section island
“都可使用这种吊灯” — rita2008
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
Foster Residence
Ideabooks2,576
Questions7
gray sectional sofa
grey, brown, white, green
sectional and rug
“ceiling fan” — vickiegarnerl
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Ideabooks1,365
Questions2
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
interest and comments. Basic dimensions are as follows: Finished width of both runs is 6' - 10" 3/4' -- two equal runs with a 4" clear gap between each section. The ris is 7.25" and the run is 11". The stair itself is a composite of 3/8" steel plate - painted black with a 1.25" bamboo overlay for both tread
“merdiven kork” — df mimarlik
Beyond Ordinary Boundaries Architecture
1 Review
Rappahannock River House
Ideabooks3,322
Questions2
rounded out section
Plant ideas for front sectional
great green space
“DONT LIKE THIS” — lauracthomas
John Johnstone
4 Reviews
Sommers
Ideabooks1,061
Questions0
brown sectional
green wall art...long sectional
“Bookcase” — timmyc95
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks9,238
Questions17
Can you tell me the length of the counter? Both sections? Thanks
Marble floor, but use sea green accent instead of yellow gold pattern
Have an oversized bathroom mirror that extends wall to wall? Give it some visual interest by framing sections. This will also create separate areas for the sink and vanity.
“Tiled Framed Mirror” — crswan
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