774,715 living-dining Home Design Photos

BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
The Entertainer
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and creates a stunning art wall. Notice how the sculpture niche is finished to match the cabinetry, creating the transition from kitchen to the living-dining area.
and creates a stunning art wall. Notice how the sculpture niche is finished to match the cabinetry, creating the transition from kitchen to the living-dining area.
“FLOORING” — aforan
Calvin Florian
Florian Hart Residence
Ideabooks508
Questions1
Interior photo of our living room. We love the openness of this space and how it interconnects with the other levels. Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta, Ga. Architecture by bldgs.org Photos by maibri.com
Love the modern + mid century look of this fan. Possible fixture for the dining room.
The main floor has an open plan and soaring ceilings in the living-dining area. The variegated patterns in the rich walnut contrast with the crisp white walls and clean lines. Hart’s midcentury modern furniture adds warmth and character. “Kelly loves midcentury modern furniture and Danish furniture,
“fireplace” — abkm
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Sf Media Room
Ideabooks14,700
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I live in a place where it snows and rains a lot (northwest) are sky lights a good idea?
A family room. If you have a more traditional home that consists of a formal living room, dining room and kitchen on the first floor, you may be longing for a casual family room. The attic may be the answer. Bring up comfortable furnishings
A family roomIf you have a more traditional home that consists of a formal living room, dining room and kitchen on the first floor, you may be longing for a casual family room. The attic may be the answer. Bring up comfortable furnishings
snug living space (even more snug if you're lucky enough to have sloped ceilings). It may be a bit of a project, but it's worth it. Outfit it with a fireplace (consider a fake one if a real one isn't possible), a shag rug and comfy furniture, and voila — it's chic, cozy and more room for living!
“Fireplace” — pbaranyay
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
ID Creations, Holiday House Hamptons 2014
Ideabooks419
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Living/dining room Design team: ID Creations by Iris Dankner (this photo and next) A first-time designer for this show house, which she created six years ago, Iris Dankner of ID Creations was determined to stay true to her personal aesthetic by creating a classic, modern space
BungalowLiving/dining roomDesign team: ID Creations by Iris Dankner(this photo and next)A first-time designer for this show house, which she created six years ago, Iris Dankner of ID Creations was determined to stay true to her personal aesthetic by creating a classic, modern space. Maintaining a serene
“Rugs and standing lamp” — gsieira
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Elsie Street
Ideabooks5,770
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this three-story townhouse on a steep site in San Francisco uses a level change of a few steps to break down the open living space. In the position of the camera is the living-dining area, and up the steps is the kitchen and an adjacent family room. This change in level is a natural fit”
this three-story townhouse on a steep site in San Francisco uses a level change of a few steps to break down the open living space. In the position of the camera is the living-dining area, and up the steps is the kitchen and an adjacent family room. This change in level is a natural fit with the flow
“Railing” — Dennis Castillo
Parker & Associates Building Design Consultants
New Terrace Home - Glebe
Ideabooks31
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8. Where will you hide the mess? When you can see the living and dining room from the kitchen and the kitchen from the living and dining areas, there can be no getting away from the mess that seems to collect so quickly. Factor plenty of storage options into your open-plan design to avoid a build-up
“Open media console might be the idea to follow.” — Shruti Sahu
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Sam's Creek
Ideabooks3,762
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like the L shape and windows, no need for two stories though except over living /dining
Single story living, 2 story bedrooms.
house is broken down into six boxes arranged in an informal L shape. From the street side we can see three of the boxes. In the middle is the open living/dining space; to our right is the two-story box with the children's bedrooms above guest rooms; on our left is the small family room box, while a hint
“Outside” — redheadgonewild33
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
10 Reviews
Ex Albergo Arnetoli, Loft Conversion
Ideabooks28
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formerly a hotel, in the historic centre of San Giovanni Valdarno in Italy, was converted into self-contained flats in 2007. An open plan Living Room with Kitchen and Dining Area is the focal space of this top floor apartment with lime-washed terracotta tiles and oak beams.
Harmonise with whiteIt’s a classic trick, but opting for all white is a brilliant way to both unify a space and max the light. This open-plan living, dining and kitchen area feels large and uncluttered thanks to the plain white surfaces. The beams have been left to add wonderful architectural interest
“Clerking color on ealls” — juguryan
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