154,601 panoramic view Home Design Photos

Mackenzie Pronk Architects
1 Review
Seaview Beach House
The kitchen and dining open onto the expansive view. A polished concrete slab is a robust yet refined floor finish for the kitchen and dining area. Photography Roger D'Souza
Love the idea of the window view.
a deck, the open-plan kitchen and dining area is ideal for family entertaining. Al fresco breakfasts and barbecues can be enjoyed with the expansive view in the background.
“Floor” — ccecere
Pozas Arquitectos
2 Reviews
Casa SAC I
pl send more views of the building with interior
more views of the house, living, bed rooms bath rooms etc
Do you have more photos of this house such as the front or side views?
“Estilo2” — Adriana Rivera Berrueto
Brian Benda
Master Bedroom #1
ellise123, please view my response to a similar question previously asked with regard to this picture. You can view it by following this link: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/246473/Rug For what it is worth, we actually
I apologize that is has taken me a month and a half to respond. Please view the other questions previously asked about this room for the answer to your inquiry. Here is a direct link to the information: http://www.houzz.co
Please visit this link (click the link below the picture) to view the picture with tags and to see all the other questions that have been asked. The color is Drizzle (SW6479) by Sherwin-Williams in an eggshell base
“Floor” — hdrago55600
jodi foster design + planning
3 Reviews
Waterfront Estate
Family Kitchen open to Great Room and water views Ema Peter Photography www.emapeter.com
water views and access from all principa
local suppliers and select a stone that suits your particular colour scheme. As with all natural stones, it is important to view and select the actual slab... not by merely viewing a small sample! Hope that helps! Cheers, Jodi.
“grNite” — forrestwood
Synergy Design & Construction
8 Reviews
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
could put a bar behind sofa to view TV from barstools in family room?
necks from watching. And don’t make it too small. A good, though not-cast-in-stone rule is to use half the maximum viewing distance as the screen size (diagonally). So if the viewing distance is, say, 8’, a screen size of 48” would work. (Of course, being a guy I tend to err on the larger size, so
“great basement” — tru2luv007
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
12 Reviews
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
High ceilings and windows, great view
Living room view - windows
Window with a view
“Couch” — wolff_3
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
Is there anyway to view the floor plan for just the part of the house shown in this picture? Absolutely love this exterior!
Better view of the addition to the right of the main house....
Is there a website to view the plans for this house?
do these big posts block hurt your view from indoors
“Pretty” — motionsick1999
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Waters Edge
Designed to make the most of a steep site, this private home in Sydney’s south has created great spaces to enjoy the view of the water. The design features a covered main pavilion with a fully equipped kitchen including a sink, fridge and wood fire pizza oven. Designed for entertainment it also includes
you come to an inviting blue pool with wet edge spill over out to the bay. The curves of the pool and lower lawn area designed to add interest when viewing from above. A generous lounge and nearby pool pavilion provides plenty of places to relax by the pool and the cantilevered section of the pavilion
emphasise the shapes of the design and to add contrasting colours. This project is definitely a great place entertain and relax whilst enjoying the view of the water.
“Very cool pool” — PEELHEAD
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