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Beach Style Living Room
Ideabooks6,876
Questions6
double height space
Blinds and the space
bright, inviting...2 story open space
“Curtains” — Dipika Patel
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
Ideabooks18,308
Questions9
Love the timber feature wall. Using natural products keeps the place looking fresh and inviting
Lights for open to below space
Once the more open plan brought in a modern feel, Donadel needed to add in the warmth. "We cozied up the space with a careful balance of materials," says Donadel. "Using very clean sharp lines keeps things from looking cluttered." Case in point: To keep it as clean lined as possible, the glass railing
“D” — tjone082
Karlene Hunter Baum, Allied ASID
5 Reviews
Home Theater
Ideabooks4,009
Questions8
Thank you for your question. I love this room, it is a warm and inviting furniture arrangement vs. having straight rows of seating. The room is 15' wide X 23' long. The back of the sofa is 6'-6" from the back wall so there is generous space to walk into the room. If you don't want to go as long as 23'
Hello! This room is 17' wide and 18' to the back of the sofa. What you don't see in the photo is the space behind the sofa. The entrance is on the back left side as you are facing the screen. It is an angled wall with double doors. The components are in a closet area behind the sofa. This closet
I like this set up with space in middle for workout
“Reasonable size - hold 7-10 people - poufs on the floor for extra seating” — oldoaklane
Geoff Chick & Associates
5 Reviews
Klein Residence
Ideabooks11,202
Questions14
always suggest you get a few samples to compare and put in your space. The reason being that computer screens show the shades differently, and glass tile tends to be reflective. Because of this lighting, surrounding hues, and the space itself will change the hue of the tile from one area to the next
A bit white but very inviting and upscale not cute
“Table. Accessories on table. Small side shelf along wall.” — ckalliche
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Porch
Ideabooks20,310
Questions14
small space done light and inviting
With large screens designed to keep out pesky bugs, this airy front porch in a small Georgia beach house easily works as extra living space. The 1960s fiberglass furniture, updated with colorful pillows, is ideal for lounging, and a ceiling fan keeps the breeze moving. Note the clever use
“The X Fence has a nice country flare.” — S What!
Interior Art
29 Reviews
Dining Rooms
Ideabooks5,608
Questions5
the backgrounds of Steve's interiors. It was extra exciting to be a part of his team on his award-winning projects such as this one. I'd love to invite you to join me in honoring of this wonderful man by coming by my profile, and checking out Interior Art's project files "ASID Award Contributions"
serious. I've seen him do it. He brought it to whatever he did. Complete and total awe. In much humility I've done lots of little details in this space over years past. You'll see details in the background of the background that Steve attended to in his usual means of impeccability. In this care,
about his chandelier. To my great dismay, Steve Stein, the Interior Designer for this space passed away earlier this year and his records are closed. I'm certain you will find just the right lighting for your space. Good luck!
“mantel” — bernu
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Ideabooks57,670
Questions50
The lip on the end of this island might work too for a third seating space.
like how the cabinet wraps around the corner- no wasted space
Easy breezy....light and inviting....
like the nook dining space
“Island cabinet and white combo” — Monica Peck
Beach Glass Interior Designs
10 Reviews
Garden City, New York
Ideabooks2,790
Questions6
Love the layout of this space. Check out the chair grouping.
Just love the overall feel and warmth of this room. Makes me want to sit down, relax and enjoy the very idea of just being in this space, even though it is not my colors.
nice use of space
“Fabric” — bsexton
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