15,887 make room divider screen Home Design Photos

Turner Martin Design
San Francisco re:dux
Doors? Closets? Divider upper bed room?
yes: Shoji Screen closet closures
Screens to hide clothes
Shoji screen
“nice doors on waklin wardrobe” — motigh
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Traditional Dining Room
Traditional Dining Room
room divider
room partition...glass screen
“chair covers” — debpit
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Sonoma guest house, remodel and garage
I have a 2 car garage I already have a front garage rolling door but would like to make an office and divide half of the space .
I like the roof and the screen wall to the right. I like the windows for the back of the house, but overall there are too many windows. To me, a mid century modern house should be
also a dream for entertainment-savvy homeowners; with the doors raised on a beautiful night, the entire house becomes one gigantic, open, airy living room. It may also be wise to get yourself some flyswatters and Raid. Just hide them under your pretty furniture so as not to spoil the mood.
“pool/courtyard” — shea71
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Wall of sliding glass doors, making outdoor and indoor spaces one
Back of house type exposure... bedroom and living room
Four season room...divided room...Outdoor room...SCREEN PORCH
“like. this blows my mind. openness is brilliant.” — Mark Schwarz
Charleene's Houses, LLC
6 Reviews
Duravit makes a similar sink in their Vero collection. Here's an example: http://www.duravit.us/website/homepage/products/product_overview/series/vero.us-en.html/p-94222
divider between shower and sink might be good
The window above shower -- would be great to open up for fresh air and screen. Natural light.
“Shower wall” — maureenwurzel
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
correct it does not have a chimney. Isokern makes a vent free see thru fireplace-we added glass to the interior. Of course this is a gas fireplace not intended to burn wood.
Terrace became a really nice family room!
Perfect for guests breakfast area. Make sure windows slide open for open air eating.
A small sitting room and terrace at the back of the house were expanded to create a larger family room with a new fireplace;
A small sitting room and terrace at the back of the house were expanded to create a larger family room with a new fireplace; it connects to the pool terrace for indoor-outdoor entertaining. The painted tongue and groove ceiling and cedar beams were matched to the originals. The custom windows were field
“Ceiling” — nmfricot
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Lovely Living Room
are the dimensions of this room? thx
What is the flooring? Color? Make?
Have a problem with how to display my TV. Like the sideboard in this living room. Where can I get one like
Greetings and thank you for taking the time to field my question. I have a living room/dining room built in the 40's. The house has popcorn ceiling and some sort of "built in" crown molding, not your typical molding. its a lowered "lip" about
can email a pic but not sure how toto post here doesn't seem to give me an option to upload a pic. Anyhow my question is we are going to repaint the rooms. Currently its all white and popcorn ceiling. we are going to remove popcorn and paint walls one color and paint the ceiling a lighter shade of the
“cross ventilation” — slc1234
Pamela J. Jenkins Architect P.C.
Family Room
Scissor trusses to attic media room
game room incorporated into the large space
MAke ping pong table in attic
need a large room to fit a ping pong table, we love the simple yet functional design in this attic space
Could we make a larger window
fancy. Game rooms in general are casual spaces for play and fun. As long as you’ve deemed the attic up to code as a living area, you can keep expenses down by furnishing it simply with your favorite game tables. Add some basic seating and let the games begin!
This attic-style game room is the perfect
commitment to use it may be all you need to get moving and keep moving again. Family games get everybody doing something active at the same time and make memories that last a lifetime.
“Ideia para o atic” — Ana Segu
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