9,073 listening music Home Design Photos

Geller Design Group, Inc.
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Geller Design Group, In.
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and to watch TV or listen to music.
The Warmth of a PERSONAL SPACE - To Relax, To Read or Listen to Music, To Work on The Computer
“office with tv” — cathycravens
Shorline Construction Limited
A beautiful small boathouse interior
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with speakers to listen to music while enjo
A. Maris Design
Park Place Condominium
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and listen to music. Art
“everything” — whitji
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Robert Mace
our kitchen
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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.
This homeowner turned a pair of old-fashioned gas heater grilles into speaker units so he can listen to music while he cooks.
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, he repurposed two heater grills from the bathroom as speaker units on either side of the kitchen.
“It's a speaker!” — adoiron1
Kelly & Co.
3 Reviews
Barn and Entertainment/Music Performance Space
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raw, masculine beauty of the materials along with the elegance of the musical instruments. Beautiful!
natural place for a seating area. “The sofas can be moved, and it becomes a dance floor,” Mittleman says. “But it is a great place for 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
place for a seating area. “The sofas can be moved and it becomes a dance floor,” Mittleman explains. “But it is a great place for lounging and listening to music if you aren’t playing.”Sliding glass doors wrap around the space. To prevent sound from travelling to the main house or neighbouring houses,
“back entry to kitchen bar” — spunky22
Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
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light-filled space serves several purposes, including music room, art gallery, library and dining room.
The clients wanted each space in the new wing to perform multiple functions. This large room has places for playing and listening to music, dining and even a lounge area for reading. “They really
The clients wanted each space in the new wing to perform multiple functions. This large room has places for 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.
y addition in SydneyThis home’s new wing was designed by Sam Crawford Architects. This open, light-filled space serves several purposes, including music room, art gallery, library and dining room.
“Concrete floor and wood beams” — lmeachen
Megan Buchanan
Le Marche St. George
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necessarily need to blow the budget on lots of sound equipment — just move one (preferably wireless) device exactly where you need it. Of 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.
necessarily need to blow the budget on lots of sound equipment – just move one (preferably wireless) device exactly where you need it. Of 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.
Fill all of your 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
“Rustic feel” — ellao
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Design House , Holiday House Hamptons
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Tucked into an alcove and upholstered on all sides for a cocoon-like feel, this cozy corner would make a great place in which to read, nap or listen to music. A fiddle leaf fig tree in a woven basket, a ceramic elephant stool and a sheepskin throw are glamorous finishing touches. Budget-friendly ideas:
Tucked into an alcove and upholstered on all sides for a cocoon-like feel, this cozy corner would make a great place in which to read, nap or listen to music. A fiddle leaf fig tree in a woven basket, a ceramic elephant stool and a sheepskin throw are glamorous finishing touches.
Tucked into an alcove and upholstered on all sides for a cocoon-like feel, this cozy corner would make a great place in which to read, nap or listen to music. A fiddle leaf fig tree in a woven basket, a ceramic elephant stool and a sheepskin throw are glamorous finishing touches.Budget-friendly ideas:
“niche with painted interior” — mjmdesign
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