151,983 large scale Home Design Photos

Ample DESIGN
Natural Apartment
Ideabooks1,137
Questions1
is probably the closest to what I thought you were referring to with the large stainless piece. This also shows how it would look if the stainless went
Love the use of large tile on wall - not sure I could do white cabinetry though!
Large scale tile on wall, no uppers
“Window” — saimike2014
duncan foster architects
3 Reviews
Culmington Road, Ealing
Ideabooks746
Questions1
Large scale window in brick
large format tiles...large glass sliding
“Nice extension” — szilagyi_agota
Perrone Construction
12 Reviews
Vittadini Homes, Lido Shores Sarasota
Ideabooks642
Questions3
I don't care for the style of furniture but I love the windows, the large scale textile art, and the contrasting ceiling and wall colors.
sofa side tables large picture for livingroom
furniture in a large room
“Picture frames” — ojassheth
Regina Gust Designs
1 Review
Christmas Interior
Ideabooks4,751
Questions7
This garland emphasizes large-scale ornaments instead of traditional greenery
Two chairs and large pillows...Large mantlepiece
“Painting” — aliceelizabeth
David Wilkes Builders
4 Reviews
David Wilkes Builders
Ideabooks4,609
Questions5
This major renovation of a bathroom and surrounding area resulted in a large, spa-like space. Rich, warm colors in tile and wood create a luxurious feel
This is a large format shiny tile, is that a problem in a shower?
large scale tortoise tile
“open shower concept, dark stone” — amimode
Foursquare Builders
7 Reviews
Creek Side Modern
Ideabooks2,630
Questions4
large bench to sit on. Would this work in our space?
Master large scale tile...Large tiles
“Tub” — mikejane
Dyer Grimes Architecture
4 Reviews
Emperors Gate, South Kensington, London
Ideabooks2,849
Questions4
Love this color palette and large windows by walls need artwork
Large scale
“peaceful” — amyseibert
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks30,646
Questions20
down there. Currently, we get almost no noise upstairs -- presumably due largely to the current drop ceiling. If we remove the ceiling tile, I'm concerned
years, adding a sound attenuation mat is not an option and the floors are largely wood. I'm trying to figure out if I'd be silly to remove the current ceiling
large-scale porcelain tiles on floor that resist moisture, stains and easy to clean
“Basement” — bgrant_sierrarenogroup
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