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Outdoor Living Wall
ulant Living Wall in Outdoor Living Space
pool, living wall, and outdoor living areas. Just making a note to that..thank you.
does a living wall project like this one cost?
I am so doing a living wall
This living wall takes outdoor art to an entirely new level. Intricately patterned plantings evoke the feel of a pointillist masterpiece. Specialty planters designed to be mounted to vertical structures can help you re-create the look.
original, live art piece with succulents. Just think how great that blank wall on your patio would look with something like the piece shown here.
Modern Living Area
sunken living room. The tables being higher than the floor looks awkward. Is this a design no-no? Help please.
is this living room? What size is the rock wall?
formal living room space! I love the natural feel!
might be nice to step down to the living room level
Sunken living rooms - open concept yet distinct boundaries
very cool idea for sunken living room
Sunken living room but open bag up to serve as storage/bookshelves
sunken living room, a built-in couch may best complement the space’s architectural features. Construct it along the edge to enhance the layered effect of the flooring’s different tiers.
Sky @ MidCity Lofts
formal living room and dining rooms but it looks too dark. I have beautiful white columns and trim so what is your view or should I go with Argos?
color! Living Rooms We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City interior Design
Living room. Let your living room look and feel as lively as the people who use it. Take a look at these warm and cool living room palettes, and pick the one that works best with your overall home decor.Living room color guidesWarm living room color palettesCool living room color palettes
in the living room and on furniture. A block of gray separates two blocks of violet.
Seasons Living Wall Beverly Hills
google living walls you might get lucky...
asons Living Wall Beverly Hills
asons Living Wall succulents
For Ralph living wall
Living wall succulents
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in my living room and white rose in dinning room. Is my house looks like a museum ? that is anther qustion.
having living hall with kitchen like L shape. could you please assist how can I design pop
Open plan, half story Bren living and dining rooms
The color scheme is closest to the colors I want in my living room space and currently have.
Despite the open floor plan, just a few steps down give this living room in Hawaii a hint of intimacy.
Los Gatos - Afrormosia
Another idea for a sunken living room
I like the sunken living area.
recessed living room
living simil nuestro
raised floor - living room
small sunken living area
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Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
East Village Studio
He already answered this question. Is the first one - Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture The whole apartment is a little under 11' wide, this main living space is probably about 18' long.
The whole apartment is a little under 11' wide, this main living space is probably about 18' long.
piece of living room furniture. Budget tip: Want a custom corner desk without the custom price tag? Consider building your own using basic Ikea kitchen pieces — you can choose your own countertop material, cabinet style and so on to get the perfect size for your space.
supports living on a smaller footprint. "I don't think the microunits necessarily have to equate to a reduction of living standards," he says. "It can certainly lead to that, but it doesn't have to. Although the skeptic in me is concerned how these units will benefit landowners and people with money, another
Kenorah Construction & Design Ltd
Meandering Serenity - Custom Home
dividing element between living and dining.. Like it????
Living room arrangement w/ loveseat only and two chairs
combines the living and dining room, eliminating the need for a hallway in between. The large, open space makes the house feel bigger. An open plan doesn't work for every house, and many people prefer a more formal separation between the main rooms in their homes. That's OK. After all, it's your house, and