79,795 multiple level Home Design Photos

Cathy Carr, APLD
13 Reviews
Cathy Carr, APLD
Installed on a level base of stone dust, the flagstones need to be 1.5" thick so they are quite heavy. A very committed DIYer could install them but results will vary a
Set on level bed of stone dust
“Dry laid patio (in stone dust)” — Tiger Lily Landscapes, LLC
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Kaufman Homes, Inc.
19 Reviews
Living Room
As the design/builder, We always recommend a TV to the side of a fireplace rather than over the top. It is more comfortable for your eye to look level or even down at a TV rather than up. Aesthetically, it also is more eye-pleasing to have the fireplace as a focal point and not diminished by a massive
need to ensure that the TV does not receive the heat from the fireplace.. Ergonomically, it is not recommended to watch tv higher than sitting eye level, It will create neck pain...
“salon” — 4manon
Brandon Barré Architectural Interior Photographer
3 Reviews
Bridle Path Powder Room
Tile mosaic. Tile is an everyday bathroom material; take it to the next level by arranging it in a bold, large-scale mosaic. These English roses make the bathroom feel like a garden oasis.
nek level
“Mosaic work” — Rose Anna
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Levels of concrete, levels with the water feature. Plants yet low maintenance.
“Bbq” — jjurado07
Great Neighborhood Homes
Modern Bungalow
lower level
lower level bar
“Like the look” — luvchild1954
Jeffrey King Interiors
One level great idea
Level floor
“wow superb” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Level Three: Base and tall cabinets in grey-stained European oak are topped with quartz countertops. The bronze leather bar stools are height-adjustable, from bar-height to table-height and any height in between. They're perfect for extra seating, as needed, in the living and dining room areas. Photograph
“Color cabinets and backsplash” — celesteh1
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
SD House
juliantile.com/dolomite.html Sorry i don't have the exact information. What I know is that it is12x14 porcelain tile, stack bond pattern with a tuscan leveling system. This setting system allows you to have very thin grout joints. I highly recommend all tile done this way whether on floors or walls (especially
“Art on wall” — carela26
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