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fir beams and used synthetic plasters, paints, and glazes to give them an authentic aged look. Taken by Alise O'Brien (aliseobrienphotography.com) Interior Designer: Emily Castle (emilycastle.com)
Light Interiors - Great Room in Defiance, Missouri
Colour scheme for garden room??
Narrow rear facing living room.
Living room stone fireplace
living room...Light family room...Sitting room...Family room
Brian Patterson Designs, Inc.
Atomic Ranch Renovation
piano room on the shared wall w/ kitchen? use same material for fireplace and maybe add two wall sconces?...combined with red walls and the curtain entry to hallway, this could be pretty cool
MCM, open plan, interior / offset
Interior Living Room
war room rug...study room...Living room
Giulietti Schouten Architects
Crane Building Penthouse
Like this room. Like the doors
Asian sliding interior doors
Sliding interior door
interior for rooms...door and interiors
Dave Tilly & Associates LLC
Sauna, Rye NY
“Custom built sauna and steam room in gym”
Custom built sauna and steam room in gym
Interior spa room entrance glass
Love the heat room!!!!!!
Sauna room....Steam room...Sauna room...Shower room...steam room
Laura Bohn Design Associates
Central Park West, NY
Arco Floor Lamp | Room & Board
something that fits the room’s general color palette and feel.
like this pair of balloon dogs — is a great way to mix things up. To make your statement piece blend in a little more, choose something that fits the room’s general color palette and feel.More: 50 great Houzzer dogs at home and work
I like the idea go two different sofa styles in the room do I have room to do that ?
McCroskey Interiors Living Room
Drawing room...Living Rooms...McCroskey Interiors
Adeeni Design Group
Cut out windows on interior room
Interior room light window !!!!!!!!'
Wall treatment dining room
dining room...room walls...Orange dining room...Dinning rooms
This existing brick home was originally divided into separate rooms, making it feel dark and enclosed. We wanted to open it up as much as possible, unifying the rooms and creating a visual connection from the entry through to the rear deck and garden. We re-configured the entrance, which previously
previously had been separated by a wall from the living spaces, and directed it into the living room, allowing the previous entrance area to become the dining room. The kitchen, which had previously been completely closed from other spaces, was opened up to dining and living areas. The new stair between public
maintain the visual connection through the house. A series of screens will tie the spatial sequence together, from an entry courtyard screen to a dining room/stair screen to a folding glass wall opening onto the rear deck.