7,598 listening music Home Design Photos

Robert Mace
our kitchen
loves to listen to music while cooking, he repurposed two heater grills from the bathroom as speaker units on either side of the kitchen.
Look closely on either side of the countertop, and you'll see what appears to be an old fashioned gas heater grill. Since Mace loves to listen to music while cooking
Heater grills repurposed to conceal speakers for music.
he can listen to music while he cooks.
loves to listen to music while cooking, he repurposed two heater grills from the bathroom as speaker units on either side of the kitchen.
he can listen to music while he cooks.See more of this kitchenTell us: What used to be a source of dismay in your home? Have you fallen in love with it yet? Share a photo and tell us about it!
“It's a speaker!” — adoiron1
Tom Stringer Design Partners
2 Reviews
Hyde Park Renovation
read, listen music, chat, sleep.
“Books under windown seat...not a big room...” — Marie Felzani
Kelly & Co.
2 Reviews
Barn and Entertainment/Music Performance Space
Music area, seating, and bar area
lounging and listening to music if you aren’t playing.”Sliding glass doors wrap around the space. To prevent sound from traveling to the main house or neighboring houses, the glass is double paned and exterior barn doors slide over it to dampen the sound.“All of the glass in the windows and doors is fixed,
“Barn Ideas” — leahcarroll
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Megan Buchanan
Le Marche St. George
course, if listening to music is a passion, it can be worth it to invest in a whole-house sound system, including speakers that reach outdoors.
rooms with music. In a small apartment, one stereo or wireless speaker will suffice. But if your home is larger, you may want to supplement your main sound system. Tiny stereos and docks are portable, so you don’t necessarily need to blow the budget on lots of sound equipment — just move one (preferably wireless)
“Chest” — malissamerica21
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Rox Residence
lounge and listen to music, so Meisels designed a large fireplace with cabinetry to house his turntable and music collection."My client was really keen on a superclean, modern look with bursts of color and punch," she describes. A large fireplace wall and clear coffee table provide the superclean, the Eames
“long and narrow” — danielanolano
Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
playing and listening to music, dining, and even a lounge area for reading. "They really wanted to blur the distinctions between room uses," says Crawford.
including music room, art gallery, library and dining room.
music room
“MODE CONCRETE Usually on concrete floors, an acid stain is applied to the surface of the standard gr” — konis
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Moon Cottage
7. Listen to music and take a nap. Good old-fashioned sleep is one of the best things for a cold. Turn on some calming music and climb inside that custom bedding you just bought. Beds are for sleeping, not just holding throw pillows. (However, you can sleep on throw pillows too.)
“loveeee this” — llr19
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
able to listen to music or get cinematic surround sound when watching a movie.
like music, for the sake of good design. But for those who don't want to make that trade-off, there are ways to get audio throughout the home without threading wires through a wall, hiding them under molding, or giving in and leaving them to snake across the floor. A room like this should be lived in
“Beautiful” — hailey2000rocks
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