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Arbor Construction Group LLC
This room was given new life with the addition of built ins, new flooring, new fireplace and tray ceilings!
Very calming room, what are the paint colors please?
great room very similar in size to ours
Family Room: aesthetic (comfortable, cushy) sectional, ottoman, worn leather chair, fabric on drapery
Turn garage into cozy family room
What our family room might look like if we put windows on either side of fireplace and added wall of built-in bookshelves.
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2012 Parade of Homes
Gorgeous room! I am wondering what the floors are made of?
my kitchen overlooks my family room,would this set flows with my kitchen, my kitchen is black and white and the walls are burgandy
Need help for my living room
Nice for Mr. Harris family room.
Family Room with TV in frame
If the scale of the basket isn't big enough for your room, try hanging a pair.
FALSE CREEK CONDO
I really liked the color of this room.Did you had any concept in mind.
I'd like to know about the side table as well. Great room.
colors make the room feel big and fresh!
living room shelves and furniture
Living room inspiration.
Colour scheme - living room
Living Room....Whole room...Anne's Living Room...Living room...Sun room idea...Grey in living room
Dallas, TX: Stolp
What is the paint color of this room? Great with everything!
Living room, layout with two chairs...
The feel of the room and the decorations
windows. maybe in the front room? vs sun room
Like the light, large windows, the lighting, size, shape of room...
The openness of the room. The pink is not bad. To add leveler to darken the rom as you choose.
seamless transition, but a structural beam may be more costly than a beam that protrudes from the ceiling. This detail typically lends itself to more modern design.
6. Hide a structural beam. If you want the two rooms to feel like one continuous space, you may be able to hide a structural beam in the ceiling (also called a flush beam). This will create a seamless
InHouse Design Studio
I love the mid century modern look of this fireplace!
simply, clean, modern, light color of stone and tone of wood, height of fireplace, wood storage, sitting area at fireplace
area to become an overall design element in the room. The area to the right features a cabinet for components and a spot for stacking logs.
Another interesting treatment to hide the TV - nice thought for great room
family room to take on an alter ego. When the door is closed, it maintains its contempory atmosphere. When the door is open and the wood is on display, the room instantly appears warmer.
This beautiful set of built-ins extends beyond the TV area to become an overall design element in the room. The
seesaw san francisco
The elephant prints. The toy storage. The warm, but not period mid-century modern.
sliding door between living room and tv room
Barn door to hide kids room
sliding door between kids playroom and main room
never want the space to feel like an enclosed clinic or office — it's modeled after a cozy apartment, where family members go in and out of various rooms," says Gabel.
Robert Kaner Interior Design
San Marino Island House
The yellow pillows help to the living room to the other room.
door idea for family room have the door from the inside not the outside
Living room to the bedroom
Mid century...citrus living room...Room divider...Clean modern lines...Living room...living room sofa...midcentury modern
Paul Davis Architects
Newport Beach Residence
Nice room. Where was the couch purchased? Thank you.
Nice spce that could be in a mid century modern house
Like this fireplace for living room
A small fireplace turns the living room into a cozy and comfortable hangout spot during the winter. During the summer, the doors in this room slide completely open.Chandelier: Flos Sarfatti Suspension Lamp; lighting: Kenneth Brian Vick, Lightopia
either side of the central axis, asymmetrically balanced spaces have different objects of equal visual weight on either side of the line. In this living room, the left side of the fireplace serves as the central line. The height and weight of the sofa and cushions on the right balance the console on the left