82,083 multiple levels Home Design Photos

Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Modern Sustainable Architecture
multiple levels
“Design” — sjohal209
Contemporary Family Room
multiple levels
“floors natural white oak” — shellywolf
Outside Space NYC Landscape Design
Modern Brooklyn Garden
multi-level patio, ipe covered metal stair
the metal stairway, Jones built a storage area faced with ipe to match the upper-level deck. Outside some sliding doors to the master bedroom and guest bedroom, a deck beckons for dining and lounging. Having multiple levels makes the space more engaging and provides a feeling of spaciousness, says Kalina-Jones
“Planting” — Ryan Neal
Fresh Space Design
Stillwater Porch and Pergola
Multi Level at deck and roof.
Side and rear feature plus multiple levels.
example of a don't like: multiple levels
multiple levels of deck and trellis tacked to side of house
2 level pergola on housefront
Multiple layered deck
2 levels...bi level...different levels
“Porch with pergola” — sandykelley76
Earthline Design Landscape Architecture
Terraced hillside estate
beautiful multi-level landscape, hardscape and fireplace
Love the many levels for a backyard oasis!!
The different levels.
like multiple levels
multiple levels + wide steps
Levels of yard...Multiple levels...multi level patio...Multi level rock
“Rock-elevations-plantings” — ronashford
Felhandler/ Steeneken Architects
5 Reviews
Entry Stair Hall with marble floor
4. Multiple floors and large staircases. Prior to the influence of the French, most standard homes in Mexico consisted of a single level — ranch style. Multiple levels and large, grand stairways were a fixture in French palaces and chateaus
“floor” — Reggie Banhartt
Cre8tive Interior Designs
3 Reviews
Mediterranean Exterior
rather go the natural route, it's hard to get a more natural water feature than a waterfall. If you have the space, try a massive waterfall with multiple levels
2nd level for waterfall effect
Multi level waterfalls
“Rock” — Amy Webb
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
Living Room / Kitchen
relational. (I know, I also called this a benefit of cottage living. It all depends on your point of view.)Cottages simply do not offer multiple rooms on multiple levels where one can escape for solitude, or where one can send a recalcitrant child.
“small kitchen” — wgalloway
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Stratton Design Group
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
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Loudoun County Interior Designer
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