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Love the open, clean feeling of this layout.
In the living room, DeForest added a steel mantel to the existing fireplace to tie it into the rest of the design. Steel windows extend the material from inside to out. He also removed a drop ceiling and its faux beams to open up and lighten
big window, light, open, book shelves
the invitation to come enjoy the space.
Use couch to separate living area for dining. Also love the ceiling
into the rest of the design. Steel windows extend the material from inside to out. He also removed a drop ceiling and its faux beams to open up and lighten the space.
In the living room, DeForest added a steel mantel to the existing fireplace to tie it into the rest of the design. Steel windows extend the material from inside to out. He also removed a drop ceiling and its faux beams to open up and lighten the space.
Our bright, white, open kitchen
open space used for displaying knick knacks over fridge
pantry fridge with opening and pantry
Above the fridge...one open space to decorate according to the seasons
Enclosed fridge with open nook above it
Opening above fridge and not a cupboard.
open shelves above fridge
open shelf above fridge
open space above fridge?
open shelf above ref
Fridge looks designed for space
Our bright, white, open kitchen
Space above fridge
Sticks and Stones Design Group inc.
The Cooper Show Home
room, theater room and generous outdoor living space. This south-facing luxury home sits overlooking the tranquil Birdie Lake and the critically acclaimed Ridge Course. The kitchen truly is the heart of this home; with open concept living; the dining room, living room and kitchen are all connected. And
And everyone knows the kitchen is where the party is. The furniture and accessories really complete this home; Adding pops of colour to a natural space makes it feel more alive. What’s our favorite item in the house? Hands down, it’s the Red farm house bar stools.
openness, flow, airiness, livingroom shelving fireplace
like the space of the family room and the kitchen and the hallway
love the living room as well
ID by Gwen
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
is your experience with this type of walk in shower, is that long enough to protect the water from going all over the space. I am design my shower area very similar with 60" opening, and I want to put a glass 30" to protect the main area, would it be enough? what is the guide line for this type of walkin
Do you have additional images of the space which might include the lavatory space as well?
How did you tile the shelving in so that they stayed level since they do not cover the whole space?
One of the showers is small, with the opening about 34 inches. The other is much larger, but I do not want it to reach from one end to the other, just as it is pictured here.
how much space between the glass and the tub.. wishing to know if this could be used as universal design
open railing and wide expanse of open windows makes this space so classy and celebrates the dreaded split level
Multi levels. Use of landing space for living room
Unique newell post and open stair, wall treatment
if living room floor stays at the same
open stairs opens up the hallway downstairs
Glass railings keep the split-level view open and safe.
The open door in the bottom right of this photo brings one to stone steps and this intermediate level. Open-riser wood steps ascend to a living space bathed in light from large windows. So what is the space in between? ...
Too often, split-level stairs look clunky and awkward. These appear to float, underscoring the restful lines and serene feel of the space.
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
1190 Royal York
disadvantages of an open floor plan home?
What is the room (with the open door) used for. And the other?
especially as you view the other spaces and how they relate to each other. Can you provide information regarding the original structure and what it was used for? Also how it came to become a project for the firm. Thanks. Wonderful work and the space is beautifully captured in the pictures.
don't like open floor plans is because of these 2 factors. In an open floor plan you can see across an entire room quickly, and clutter can make the difference if the home looks clean and tidy. Noise and privacy are also disadvantages of an open floor plan.. But I have to say, I love the openness of my
the gudhouse company
Linden Hills Farmhouse
View of the first floor living spaces. The cased openings and built in cabinets help define the individual spaces. The red oak floor lends warmth. (Seth Benn Photography)
Yellow- living room Grey - dining room
I like the shelves on the living room side of the divider.
Small white wall btwn kitchen and living room
Tess Bethune Interiors
kitchen to living room-put in bookcase?
I like the way the tiny space is filled.
Tip: Open-plan layouts work very well in tight guesthouse spaces; in the case of this home, several walls were taken down to create one large, open kitchen and living room space. Photos: See more of this hardworking guest cottage
10. Take extra care if your guests will be sleeping in the living room. There is nothing wrong with having guests sleep over in your living room, den or office — just so long as you make them comfortable there. Help set up their bed in the evening, show