1,537 low profile street level Home Design Photos

KUBE architecture
25 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks10,526
Questions8
Complete interior renovation of a 1980s split level house in the Virginia suburbs. Main level includes reading room, dining, kitchen, living and master
of the split level home tends to separate the entrance, and any other associated space, from the rest of the living spaces one half level up. In this home
visually by a railing at dining room level. The owner desired a stronger integration of the lower and upper levels, in addition to an open flow between the
blocked off from views due to small windows, and had a difficult to use multi leveled deck. The owners requested an updated treatment of the entry, a more uniform
We have been remodeling a split level and this house has been our go to as to what we want the whole time . The
“Concrete exterior, opening windows” — michdagu
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Marin Bungalow
Ideabooks3,502
Questions5
Any special considerations when doing deck this low to the ground?
I'd also like to find out more about how to construct a good deck at grass-level
would like to do a low wooden deck like this
level deck with grass, lounge furniture...wall out deck level/into the grass....Ground level deck Patio furniture...Low deck...Back deck grass level...ground level comfort...Grass level...Level to ground...One level wooden patio...the low deck
“Beautiful” — alexxmacc
Maxa Design
Warragul Residence
Ideabooks467
Questions0
can be achieved with deeper profiles. Lightly ribbed cladding profiles are often used in garden sheds or for cladding low-cost transportable buildings
Choose a profileBecause each manufacturer can roll the metal in any way they see fit, there are a myriad different profiles that can be found
corrugated profile which is typically called Custom-Orb, through to very lightly ribbed cladding sheets, and deeply formed industrial profiles. Many man
little stopping you from using profiles advertised as roof sheeting for external wall cladding. By exploring all possible profiles available from each manufacturer
can be achieved with deeper profiles. Lightly ribbed cladding profiles are often used in garden sheds or for cladding low-cost transportable buildings
“great shapes” — ianb1951
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Domb architects
CH House Tel-Aviv
Ideabooks2,578
Questions2
Floor to ceiling doors floor to ceiling curtains low profile furniture
low hirizontal furniture for low ceilings
low furnitures and big windows because ceiling is low.
outdoor space makes this low-slung living room feel equally spacious. This trick works especially well if you're right at ground level.
1. Choose low, horizontal furniture. Keep everything hunkered down low. If you are fortunate enough to have a spectacular view like this, it will amplify
amplify the effect dramatically. If you don't have a great view, low furniture will still maximize the perceived height of your room.2. Use wide expanses of
low profile furniture with low ceilings...patio door width & low profile couch
“Low ceiling” — davidsobe
austin outdoor design
Cat Mountain
Ideabooks29,621
Questions9
courtyard is nestled behind a small knoll, which protects the space from the street on one side and fosters a sense of openness on the other. The clients wanted
actually sits on a significant slope. The near part of the deck is at ground level and the far is about 9 feet above the ground. So much goes into what you
Very shallow retaining walls were used at ground levels. We also used a waterproofing membrane to protect the structure. Thanks
Very shallow retaining walls were used at ground levels. We also used a waterproofing membrane to protect the structure. Thanks for asking
Deck being on the same level as the ground...makes inviting.
the low deck and the stone in and around it are very
Pea gravel to the edge of a ground level deck
“Patio” — erpaula
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks3,912
Questions5
The metal siding has an alternating pattern using two different siding profiles. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including
Sustainable interior finish materials include wood cabinets, linoleum floors, low-VOC paints, and natural wool carpet.
Hi, The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it
The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it
"The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile. I did not consider aluminum, but it
The metal siding profile from AEP Span was Nu-Wave Corrugated and then another, wider profile.
“Siding” — michdagu
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks10,311
Questions9
can i use this ideal for a commercial bar lounge or is the bar to low for commercial
Low bar. Sunken in floor behind bar.
low bar is nice for basement...low bar. this would work for Mark...Low profile home bar...Bar low with chairs...nice low chairs...AND LOW SITTING BAR...Low bar...Main level bar...low profile bar...Low bar with chairs...Low seating
“Great hanging space” — lisaeevans
Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design
Georgetown Square
Ideabooks8,584
Questions9
of the couch helps to separate this area of the living room - gallery. A low, minimalist gas fireplace adds warmth and becomes the focal point of the seating
can our fireplace be this low on the ground
wide profile fireplace. raise up 18" with
Down low. This floor-level fireplace almost disappears visually. The artwork is the focal point, while the fireplace is a detail.Tip: Paint or tile the
This lean floor-level fireplace is a minimalist statement. Gas-fueled fireplaces give designers
Low Fire Place ~ Tall Ceiling...the height of this; is it too low
“fireplace is pretty.” — hrej
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