5,960 intimate Home Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
original home. French doors open to a side porch.Because of the room’s generous size, Spencer painted the walls dark blue to make the space feel more intimate. “The crisp white trim and bedding keep the room from feeling dreary,” she says. She made the headboard herself using plywood, batting, fabric and
“Rugs placement” — mdfmorrow
Washington DC Interior Designer
Harrison Interiors has been called a “hidden gem,” with a walk-in studio and a 50-mile service area that spans from Leesburg to Annapolis, Gaithersburg to Woodbridge.
Lauren Mikus
Alabama Lake Home
Farrington loves to host small, intimate dinners on the patio, saving just enough time for a sunset boat cruise. She collected the copper cookware that hangs around the kitchen during her travels to France, Turkey and Egypt.
“copper pots” — muttis22fancyshoes
Modern Patio
This little table is a good reminder of why I wanted a round dining table to begin with: there's something more intimate about dinner when everyone can see everyone's faces (even if there are 10 faces to see).
“panorama view” — hannahhekwerk
Original Vision Limited
Original Vision
lining a wall behind the cooking area and another behind a long bench. The overhead structure encases the area, creating interesting shadows and a more intimate setting within a modern home.
“Cuisine d'extérieur” — Lydia Dembélé
CIH Design
7 Reviews
Modern Condo
A tray ceiling provides other design options. A soffit is used on the perimeter of this dining room to maintain a more intimate feeling. The recessed tray part of the ceiling gives us another opportunity to bring in a design element. In this case, a beautifully treated gold
“tray in kitchen & DR w/wood crown” — 561dmoore
Michael Merrill Design Studio, Inc
16 Reviews
San Francisco Bedroom
This elegant hotel-like guest bedroom uses draperies in a similar way as the previous room, but the dropped ceiling gives the sleeping area a more intimate feeling.
“Serene palette, canopy bed.” — cpiesch
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
San Francisco Oasis
A bird's-eye view of an intimate courtyard garden allows us to see where shapes and masses interrelate with perfect harmony. First you notice the rectangular stepping stones and deck
“the old timber feature wall for the pool pavilion feature” — drewscott123
Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
Barn Shop Interior
We humans have had an intimate relationship with wood since the dawn of our existence. Some of our earliest inventions were made from wood, and they served practical purposes: tools for eating, hunting, fishing and fighting. The need for this return to hands-on activity is solved with the home woodshop
“Workshop” — redph0enix
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