179,510 mountain view Home Design Photos

Wyndhamdesign
Art Shed
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for about $30. Wyndham turned the narrow window sideways to frame a mountain view. "Every time I'm in this space, I think to myself how genius of an idea
all natural lighting for the studio, window view
been to work in the shed while looking at a wall instead of the beautiful mountain."
for about $30. Wyndham turned the narrow window sideways to frame a mountain view. "Every time I'm in this space, I think to myself how genius of an idea
for about $30. Wyndham turned the narrow window sideways to frame a mountain view. “Every time I’m in this space, I think to myself how genius of an idea
been to work in the shed while looking at a wall instead of the beautiful mountain."
Viewing area to watch the magic happen.
“My nook” — wupas
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
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Wisteria draped over a backyard arbor frames the mountain views. Hammocks invite guests to stay awhile on lazy afternoons.
Wisteria draped over a backyard arbor frames the mountain views. Hammocks invite guests to stay awhile on lazy afternoons.
Wisteria draped over a backyard arbor frames the mountain views. Hammocks invite guests to stay awhile on lazy afternoons. See more
“Gorgeous garden” — Brandy Walker
H3K Design
Hidden Desert South
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Inside the casita the roof is pitched slightly upward to take full advantage of the sweeping mountain views.
to take full advantage of the sweeping mountain views.
roof is pitched slightly upward to take full advantage of the sweeping mountain views.
roof is pitched slightly upward to take full advantage of the sweeping mountain views.
“Ceiling” — planetscapes
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Claudia Leccacorvi
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While at CHil Design Group
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majestic mountain view is framed by a huge window and massive beams outside the upper corners. The window at the top echoes the shape of the mountain peaks
peaks. The visual weight of the window's architecture fits the mass of the mountains.
Room in my mountain dream home...Emphasis - Mountain view...That view...Great view
“Furniture” — dejana10
MCM Designstudio
Ski resort chalet
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OMG look at the view !!!!...mountain view...Indoor pool with mountain view...Stunning pool and view...another AMAZING view
“These windows are incredible - and i'm sure incredibly expensive. But wow.” — ebzery
Peace Design
Staircase/Dining Room
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windows on two walls for a better view - could put a wall on one side for a buffet - could put a raised kitchen
counter on another side with 2 stools and the kitchen sink to the right with a view window
avoid detracting from the vast mountain views. They also toned down the art and color palette to highlight the spectacular views. Dining room chandelier: custom
avoid detracting from the vast mountain views. They also toned down the art and colour palette to highlight the spectacular views. Dining room chandelier: custom
“Bannister” — sejon
Kentaro Kurihara
Montblanc House
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deliberately placed throughout the house to give access to street and mountain views. Oval and circular footpaths leading to the front door contrast with
deliberately placed throughout the house to give access to street and mountain views.Oval and circular footpaths leading to the front door contrast with
This suburban Japanese home opens to views of Mount Hongu. The sharply inclined roof allows for glassless windows and
“Open areas” — blueberry17
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Winter Residence Remodel
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I love the view onto the mountains through the car port.
Light, thin roof and walls. Leaves street view through.
Perfectly framed eye level view preserved with cutout. Could even enclose
Open carport to rear view. Could also open rear garage wall
they left a gap between the roof and walls to highlight the distant mountain views, a vista that's even more dramatic when seen through the windshield
“Covered parking for our cars” — persynld
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