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Margaret Donaldson Interiors
large living room was divided into several areas: game table, reading area, center table and main sitting/TV area. All white/neutral upholstery is tempered with the use of textures and wood. A custom game table has cup holder pull-outs to keep the card playing surface free of clutter. The bookshelves
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You can also simply string the cord under the couch to a wall outlet, or string it along the outer rim of the area rug. There are many ways to camaflouge it on the other side.
Love this neutral area between spaces
like the table separating two living areas
Seattle Area Premier General Contractor
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Eclectic Farm House
A colorful seating area with wicker furniture sits across from the dining area, adding to the indoor-porch feel of this space
A colorful seating area with wicker furniture sits across from the dining area, adding to the indoor-porch feel of this space. Plenty of windows make the space seem even larger than it is.
A colorful seating area with wicker furniture sits across from the dining area, adding to the indoor-porch feel of this space. Plenty of windows make the space seem even larger than it is.More of Kristin's handmade lamps and colorful pillows keeps the upstairs area bright and inviting. The family loves
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
Spring Lake- Porch
furniture create two sitting areas and an open path to the
Can you help to direct me where to find sisal area rugs that feel comfortable underfoot?
The area rugs in the house are from a company called Royal Dutch. They have a sisal look and have held up beautifully. The rugs on the porch are also from
Size and shape similar to our area
home's age, while pale blue upholstery keeps things light, airy and fresh. Sisal rugs add beachy texture and define separate sitting and dining/game playing areas. Good lighting and ceiling fans make things comfortable and functional, while beadboard adds a cottage touch.
Brentwood Regency Estate
looking lake. keep obstructing pillars to the edges to increase use of terrace for performances watched by spectators in the area
Lantern as an option for outdoor dining area
Under intergeneration passage - outside table/eating area
Another good place to play with oversized lighting is outdoors. This exterior light is very large for the seating area it illuminates, but in accordance with the rest of the house, it doesn't feel oversized. You get the best
Bliss Garden Design
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
more green plants for low light areas
interesting play on foliage and mixed materials for hardscape
my shady garden area around the corner
What to do in our fern area
bark for shaded area
small secluded garden area
sitting area...quiet area
Murphy & Co. Design
I love the dining area and I love where the cabinet pulls are placed on the cupboard drawers.
I love the wood floors and the kitchen nook area
Rustic wood elements play with understated modernism.
I like the windows surrounding the eating area. I like the beams
corner dinning area, exposed beams, not too high ceiling, intimate feel
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Locust Hills Drive Residence
cabinet-maker for these cabinets, and we unfortunately cannot divulge that information. However, you could take this photo into a cabinet maker in your area if you're interested in recreating this look. Thanks!
I really like the bar area where you can play games or do other things while watching a show.
I like the entertainment wall... no wires, shelves, areas to hide the CD's & tapes, rustic appearance.
Awesome layout for second living area
place to eat, separate area to play chess or have a quiet conversation, and probably sitting area on other side as well.
Windows and wraparound bench shelves In our kitchen/living area, if expanded, I'd like to tuck my benches seamlessly into the corner? Or keep edge to put down drinks, etc.?
Semi-private eating area and use of a view