44,984 low room divider Home Design Photos

Lucy McLintic
Child's bedroom by Four Walls and a Roof
Ideabooks17,102
Questions9
Before her youngest arrived, both kids' rooms and the guest room were redecorated, which allowed experimentation with brighter colors, pattern and wallpaper
babyish or themed. As this kid grows up, his room will grow with him. It could also easily transform into a guest room with a different bed and accessory editing
A mellower take on the primary-colored kids' room. Still vivid but slightly subtler than true primaries.
pony wall room divider with baskets
“pony wall room divider with baskets” — gaylerice
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
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D&D Interiors / Mikhail Dantes
16 Reviews
Denver Ranch
Ideabooks94,611
Questions59
I have a small dining room with a traditional table. We have hardwood throughout
where can I purchase this light for dining room
used 2x12 in strip cladding from Island Stone. Just ordered it for my bath room.
Love the design layout for the fireplace dividing the living/dining
Fireplace between living room and dining room.
area. The invitation to the room beyond is a bonus that informs the viewer about how the fireplace floats within two rooms.
double-sided fireplace both separates and connects the dining and living rooms in this ranch house. The mix of stone tiles on the floor and fireplace c
Should dining room have a rug or not?...Tile dining room and wood living room
“Comedor” — andrevivi48
Habitat Studio
17 Reviews
the Bauhaus Bathrooms
Ideabooks9,411
Questions6
with a separator like this if a specific WC room isn't an option
Unique glass tiles were installed on the bathroom wall dividing the shower and the toilet. A bold mosaic green wall extends through to the shower. Wall
with blue or for living room...Stained glass divider for toilet area?...Toilet divider...Cool privacy panel divider...powder room...Glass divider
“Tile” — mcbjn
usona
Night Stand 05925
Ideabooks61,925
Questions17
please let me know the length and width of this room . also the space attributed to the cupboard
what would the approximate size of such a bed-room be? (including the walk-in closet behind the bed). and, what may the size
I would love to know the dimensions of this room. 10 foot ceilings, is that it?
the dressing room area and of course the windows
need cabinet (low and long with shelving as partition
what are the dimensions of this room?...I like the simplicity and the low bed...Tile or wood feature wall as divider
“doors” — h0lliw00d
Tara Seawright
2 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks19,538
Questions18
Why are the 2 animal print chairs so low??
Where can I find the curtains used in this room?
It would be great with lots of light - just like the room pictured above.
paint on my walls, which does look pretty much exactly like the paint in this room appears on my computer screen.
Nice room...take a look at Sherwin Williams' Safari, SW7697.
near-black. The first room has black lampshades, the second room has black picture frames and espresso wood, and the third room has that super deep al
This room is so interesting and it works on so many levels. Lots to learn here about working
Split up your seating areas. A cavernous room can be difficult to decorate, but dividing it into two separate sitting areas creates intimacy
driftwood lamp bases in this room!
“COLOR” — 6970
David Bucovy Architect
1 Review
Madison Square Apartment
Ideabooks5,609
Questions8
seattle and need a backsplash that acts as a divider to the living room
Did you use a low iron glass? And does the backsplash look slightly
It is indeed low iron glass. It is back painted white. The photo makes it a little blue - it is quite white
Low iron glass backsplash just behind the stove
from a 10-by-10-by-10 room in about a minute, then will lose suction unless you have an HVAC system or an open window. So have your room dimensions handy to
are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room. While formulas for determining how much power you’ll need vary, you’ll want
“Hood” — dmackay14
KSID Studio, LLC
Suburban meets urban
Ideabooks6,032
Questions6
Studio used an imaginative approach to design a room for a visionary client with a large family. The room’s size, combined with the client’s request that
multiple functions, created a difficult design dilemma. We had to design the room in a way that turned a small space into one where the client could enjoy
of family activities. Our unique seating solutions, resulted in a fabulous room and a functional hub for an active and creative family. Karen Melvin photography
look? I have a similar space I'm working with. No room for a kitchen table, but a very large family room.
what are the dimensions of this room pls?
banquette seating and credenza were custom and fabricated specifically for the room. There were size constraints in the space and this lead to the design solution
“Family/dining/kitchen” — J. Kretschmer Architect: Art & Architecture
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks3,138
Questions4
Restored historic living room now used as a library. Windows on right are original. Windows on left were salvaged from the deconstructed part of the house
struggling myself to figure out if I can match evenly divided patio doors with non divided or differently divided windows. What principles do you apply? Many thanks
The wood is the orginal redwood (1890's) -ether from this room or salvaged from another room in the house for the walls which were changed in the remodel
as formal room into an inviting, multi-purpose room to hang out.
The windows on the right of this San Francisco dining room are original; the windows on the left were salvaged from the deconstructed part of the house
The architect changed what used to be the former living room into a library. Her team also carefully removed the old flooring to refinish
“Love bench, built in shelving” — Sarah Meyer
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