77,211 multiple level Home Design Photos

Rosebrook Pools, Inc.
23 Reviews
Rosebrook Pools, Inc.
Frankfort reflective perimeter overflow pool with spa, multiple tanning ledges, and water features along enhanced by color changing LED lighting. By Rosebrook Pools 847-362-0400 Norman Sizemore Photography
love the look of the water being level - I like the idea of a big area outside for entertaining around the pool
“outdoor lighting” — karenkirkby
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Jerry Bussanmas
12 Reviews
Jerry Bussanmas
I like the multiple sides off the roof.
Example of more gabled roof line. Would prefer columns all have stone ending at same level.
“roof pitch is too high, use a 4/12 instead” — jokouracos
Fowler Interiors
2 Reviews
Once a home hits 3 stories, I hope that there all multiple tenants, or that the tenant has 19 kids and counting. But what's interesting is the landscape. I love big evergreens, but sometimes smaller trees
Take off lower level. Separation of porches
“raised brick edge bed” — virginiabessent
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
Palmetto Bluff - Private Residence
Multiple pillars and low step all around to ground
Love the low level no rails look
“Porche” — admar13
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
new project
are these multiple mirrors or one mirror with framing on top
2 levels
“Mirrors” — ltghhs
Articulated Design
8 Reviews
Reagan Terrace
Black Basalt gravel. Its actually a grey color, but looks a little blue in certain light. Not sure about the manufacturer, but it is available from multiple stone suppliers here in Austin.
Boxes. Levels.
“love the metal” — sagedrummer
TRIO Environments
Ryland Homes Pioneer Ridge Modesl
Motivation Model at Pioneer Ridge. It's all about the details in this space! Full height mirrors make the space feel larger while wood beams add a level of richness to the room. The blue accent wall contrasts beautifully with the wood tones and beige upholstered chairs. Copyright Moss Photography 2012
“Mirrors on walls to add depth” — tachib
Modern Kitchen
fantastic. nice and light with multiple textures
Two levels for bar counter
“Lights” — donnarhirt
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