349,741 negative space Home Design Photos

Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks3,347
Questions5
Use of negative space. Clean lines
Indoor outdoor space
indoor outdoor space, flow
Open space...Chaise space
“Warm contemporary, vaulted, enclosed courtyard” — Live Better Real Estate
PMK+designers
HOME
Ideabooks5,205
Questions1
Beautiful city view and utilization of negative space
Outdoor space is amazing and cozy
small space to make a patio
Open air space...shares space...small space...Out space in...Balcony space
“Railing, and bench combination is awesome” — rebbiecampbell
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Algoma Retreat
Ideabooks19,799
Questions12
just love the painting composition, negative space
mixing it up horizontally and vertically. Stick with a gray tone to keep the natural light abundant; super dark or heavy stains can instantly make the space darker. Also play with art to bring nautical touches inside. In this photo, a swimmer is depicted in the painting above the fireplace. That one touch
RAW APPEAL 4. Weathered wood has a warm, homey feel that works beautifully in a pale interior. This cladding emphasizes the height of the space and creates a chimney breast effect for the modern fire.
cladding emphasises the height of the space and creates a chimney breast effect for the modern fire.
4. Add warmth with weathered wood. Weathered wood has a warm, homey feel that works beautifully in a pale interior. This cladding emphasizes the height of the space and creates a chimney breast effect
“Mur” — melissafontaine1
C O N T E N T Architecture
Houston Loft
Ideabooks3,549
Questions1
Homey-looking area. The walls of glass. The high ceiling. The open Space. The chesterfield. Great for gatherings.
Oh my god- my dream space!!!
kitchen and sittingroom no bad idea for space saving
A lack of wall space, the owner's reluctance to block the views and her love for these pieces led to the decision to place artwork along the floor. The paintings behind the sofa are by Mexican artist Rogelio Diaz.Bar stool: Pepe Cortes Jamaica
“In love with this space.” — Lynette Greathouse
Peter Sampson Architecture Studio Inc.
Lyndale House
Ideabooks1,352
Questions1
interconnecting spaces and its tall barn-like interior which draws upon the client’s own childhood memories. Complex and layered views to the river and cityscape are composed from the interior spaces, one of which is a three-storey loft- like core to the home at which a number of key living spaces intersect
Like the negative space at entry.
Kind of a Barn Look and the use of available space.
The look of the design and function of space used! Placement of windows is an overall A+
“modern entry porch” — Green Canopy Homes
Soledad Builders, LLC
7 Reviews
Maryanna
Ideabooks1,344
Questions2
no bar idea - library / computer space
Built ins, use of wall space
Craft room, concealed storage, shelves, work space.
Love the shelf space
positive and negative space
optimizing the space
Work space
“in white. large shelves floor to ceiling.” — Mary Cervantes
Martin Patrick 3
1 Review
Suburban Modern
Ideabooks42,152
Questions20
Our room is 17feet wide n wish to do something similar. However, we wish to know if two queen beds would be best or two full beds for this space.? We look forward to your quick response. Thank you, ms. Jaimee
fit the space better. A full mattress is 54" wide but the bedframe/headboard will be wider. With a 26-30" wide nightstand between you will still have almost 30" on each side of the beds. If you choose queen size it will be important not to be too wide on the nightstand to allow adequate space on the
the sides of the beds. It is "do-able" but will decrease the space on the sides to about 24" +/-.
Hello, We have a bedroom that is 17 feet wide n we are wondering what would be best set of beds for this space? Is it two queens or two fulls? I can be reached at jrabich@hotmail.com. Thank you, Ms. Jaimee
“Bedroom” — dominicjcastro
austin outdoor design
Cat Mountain
Ideabooks28,075
Questions8
This hidden front courtyard is nestled behind a small knoll, which protects the space from the street on one side and fosters a sense of openness on the other. The clients wanted plenty of places to sit and enjoy the landscape. This photo was taken by Ryann Ford.
This hidden front courtyard is nestled behind a small knoll, which protects the space from the street on one side and fosters a sense of openness on the other. The clients wanted plenty of places to sit and enjoy the landscape. This photo
“Wood” — pettengill2
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