46,106 multi-level ceiling heights Home Design Photos

LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Green Gambrel Kitchen
Multi wood for floor, cabinets and island
two stain levels for perimeter and island but grey countertop
lines of the stools' stands finish off a ceiling-to-floor line that begins where the wires connect to the ceiling.
“tile back splash” — Jill Basinger
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Belcaro Modern
I love the tall ceilings and clean, flat lines. I really love the windows.
Multi level roof line...curtain track mounted on ceiling
“LOVE! Maybe a curtain and roof is all we need?” — angiescavuzzo
Derrick Architecture
9 Reviews
Wheaton Townhome
LOVE...black walnut floor, raised panel cabinets to ceiling, cabinet color vs. white. Coffee glaze.
ours. i like the lighting options, the continuity go the cabinets to the ceiling(that emits opulence since the thicker the molding, the more the money. )
Multi stone and granite together...chairs at counter level
“like cabinet/floor color combo; not marble or backsplash” — tracybeads
Industrial Kitchen
Perhaps create illusion of multi level house with a box from the ceiling over a specific portion of kitchen to contain bulk of
clean. drop ceiling booth.
“The black cage bars” — bethanyjones1303
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
My room should have high ceilings and top floor be the bed and bottom be like hangout and desk and stuff
Stair location/multi function...Bi level room...Ceiling and entrance
“Ladder to 2nd floor” — eminmotion
The Stone Masonry Company Limited
1 Review
New country house.
the way the under ceiling is white
Multi-tiered chandelier...3 levels...tall ceilings
“Love the lighting” — glendamitchell
Giorgi Kitchens & Designs
2 Reviews
Modern Craftsman
Vaulted ceiling with beams makes an open but still intimate feel
Multi level island
“Color combo” — beroum_designs
Borghese Luce Arte
1 Review
Kitchen peninsula London
below and are usually recessed into the ceiling. Uplighters, on the other hand, throw light up onto the ceiling, which then bounces off, creating a soft
soft look. They work best in pairs, at eye level or higher. Wall lights are just any light fitted to the wall, and they diffuse light gently into the room
“Can have mother of pearl as the splash back? Those tiles from blue horizon???” — Michelle Garrod
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