101,345 natural living room ideas Home Design Photos

Karlene Hunter Baum, Allied ASID
5 Reviews
Great Room
people from HOUZZ and they are very approachable and willing to help with questions. I would contact them for ideas. Have a great day!
Hi Leslie, Wonderful! I do not have specific ideas of brand and color. The builder created a number of samples that I selected from and I'm not sure of the brand
supplied the furnishings, custom hand knotted wool rugs and lamps for the room. The client wanted warm "mountain contemporary" which we accomplished with the warm tones and a wonderful play in texture with all the elements in the room. I would be happy to assist you in your project as well as I know this
firm in Montana. The client got me involved as an interior designer during the blueprint stage to make sure the spaces made sense for day to day living and to assist in teh surface material selections, lighting fixtures, furnishings, carpet, rugs etc.so that the residence would become a cohesive whole
“room layout” — zachwill
17 Reviews
Canopy over house
I LOVE this house. It's like you literally picked it out of my brain! I was basically just wondering if you had a floorplan picture or a link to one (also square footage) or if you could email me one? I would just like to get a general idea how
I would like a tour of your home! and what do the bed rooms look like
I like it's Bulding & Nature..
ideas for 5-7' wall out of flood plane
Canopy - interesting idea to protect from snow
this house, just basically two shipping containers under a roof. When I opt out and go and live in the hills behind maleny, this is what our place will look like, but with chooks.
Everything about this house is awesome. Lots of good ideas.
wraparound porch, adding 2,643 square feet of multifunctional living space."As a builder, I see how much we waste with high-pitched roofs with attics underneath," says Wright. "This way there is a cross flow of air between the roofs over the rooms and the large roof canopy." Windows, doors: Pella, Real Red
“Cool” — Keegan Mcmanes
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
this fine estate home blends in with the natural surroundings of it’s hillside perch, and is so intoxicatingly beautiful, one hardly notices its numerous energy saving and green features. Durable, natural and handsome materials such as stained cedar trim, natural stone veneer, and integral color plaster
plaster are combined with strong horizontal roof lines that emphasize the expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness” of the view. Large expanses of glass punctuated with a natural rhythm of exposed beams and stone columns that frame the spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and the Los
reduces heat gain in summer and allows for passive heating in winter - passive flow through ventilation provides natural night cooling, taking advantage of cooling summer breezes - natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash concrete for all foundations - dual glazed low e high
“way too much emphasis on opening” — owenbab
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
allowing solar access to the rear rooms of the original dwelling. The new kitchen was designed within the original kitchen wing to become the central pivot point of the house; providing connection from the original house out to the central courtyard, and through to the new living pavilion. The result is a carefully
Regency residence. The design approach was to refurbish and expose the significant features of the original building to then act as a backdrop to a new living pavilion to be located within the rear garden. This new pavilion is also used to capture water for reuse, provide good light and cross ventilation
carefully considered modification that enhances the character of the existing residence and also provides an environmentally driven, modern way of living.
“Sala” — mancini14
David Coleman / Architecture
13 Reviews
Meditation Pavilion
I used to live in Brinnon on the Olympic Peninsula and now I live in Southern Louisiana. My house is a rectangular 12x30 (360sq ft) space. I want to create an organic and rustic climbers hut and surfers shack with the kind of vibe you feel in the forest in WA. I follow a Buddhist
Buddhist path and I do yoga. A sacred space is very important to me. Any ideas and directions you can point me to will help. I have plenty of salvage and 100±year old barn wood for what I need to do.
principles of your nature element along with professional support from a Lifepace designer to guide you every step of the way. You receive inspirations in color scheme, room theme, layout, furnishings, energy alignment and other elements of sacred space to lend balance & harmony with nature. Journey the
“Semi-lake house” — Ronald Guthrie
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Boy's Room
would it look if i turn it into my office? Where can I center desk? Would the slope be a problem? The room is 12X10.
Looking to build a nice set of bunk beds for my kids, any ideas?
Love this room! Are these twin or full size beds?
Hello, I have a room designed just
I am also interested in this rug! Room looks great.
Looking for ideas for the attic space. Guest (Kids) bedroom or study would fit well.
Two twin beds are tucked under the eaves of this room, decorated by Alix J. Bragg. To make the most of the small space, bedside lighting is wall mounted and under-the-bed baskets offer extra storage.
“Ipek yatak” — sevin74
lisa rubenstein - real rooms design
4 Reviews
Classic and Chic Living Room
lisa rubenstein - real rooms design
Idea for hanging things on the wall
I like the idea of a corner sectional couch. Great use of space and a nice little nook to steal away and read
Banquette/ would look good in Kristina's living room
I like the idea of using a sectional sofa in this manner
7. Banquettes are versatile. A banquette in the living room can go from comfy reading corner during the day to romantic dining spot in the evening — just pull up a table.
4. Corner sectionals. Looking at the room here, you can see it would have been OK to put a small settee or a chair-and-a-half in the corner, but the petite made-to-order sectional offers more comfort and seating, and takes better advantage of the space. Cost: The variants for a custom sofa make predicting
“misc watercolors in misc frames no mats” — Julie Payette
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Are those 8' ceilings? I had this same idea and thought they'd be too overwhelming for 8'. They look good to me though. Did you distress them yourself?
love these natural wood beams. color and all
living room or dining room ceiling
bench - great idea for extra seating that doesn't take up too much space
Color scheme for our living room, rustic cottage flair
country farm home style living room
How to use pillows to tie in dining room and living room
“neat, comfortable.” — sforshee
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