1,273,270 Living-room-furniture-s Home Design Photos

Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Cole Valley Residence - Family Room
Cole Valley Residence - Family Room
Hi, what are the dimensions of the kitchen and family room?
Kitchen: about 20' x 11' Nook: 7' x 4'-8" Living: about 12' x 13'
the way to the ceiling, to help the room feel as large as possible
REALLY REALLY nice built-ins for main living room.
wall of built ins in living room
Great bookshelves maximize space in room
this style ed room for a den
the shelves all the way to the ceiling, to help the room feel as large as possible. “When they arrive home, this is the space they live in,” he says. “What we did for them with the kitchen and family room is create a center spot for the family to live in, to eat, talk and be together.”
an upper cabinet, to help break up the unit’s mass and to accommodate varying depths of storage. The base can be fitted with drawers or doors to conceal electronics and accessories.
“Built out section for tv” — sueyb
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 13
Montecito Home - Living Room. Architectural Design: Jane Snyder. Built by Giffin & Crane. Photo by Jim Bartsch.
guest room and turn into dining area
I could live with those ceilings.
The fullness of furniture and design
Love this room divider made of stone!!!!
I like the openness without door and like a small living room first
Between living room and dining room
Rock the arched entry to dining room.
“Not necessarily but like pattern mixtures” — bonnyview
nice office room or library room...
vintage style dining room; small bookcase for cookbooks
Desk converted into dining room table when needed. Better use of space than conventional dining table using up valuable space.
Luckily, in spaces such as living rooms and lounge rooms, one standout piece is often all you need – you can then complement a strong statement dining table, plush lounge or armchair with more contemporary furniture. The simpler the colour and pattern of the accompanying furniture, the more impact your vintage
Make a statement piece of furniture the starThe beauty and curse of most vintage furniture is that it is often worn and, in most cases, one of a kind. Though you may find some matching pieces, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to find an entire suite of furniture to match your vintage theme. Luckily
“Colors” — Ida Thorson
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile and granite selections with open faced nailed wood flooring, and beautiful furnishings. This Magnolia, a Markay Johnson crafted masterpiece, is inviting in its qualities, comfort of living, and finest of details. Builder:
Chairs placed by French doors in living room
Possibly good plan for Tanner great room
TV and Fireplace arrangement/furniture setup... with french doors in background
“fireplace & fireplace same wall next to each other” — Joanne Marcoccia
Lake Country Builders
9 Reviews
Lake Country Builders
Fireplace, darkened stain on beams, furniture, chandelier. (Very
Living room off of Kitchen
Family room for UP house
Log cabin living room
Loove the living room
Everything about this living room.
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Layout of furniture.
and furniture...Living room...furniture placement...cozy living room...Living Area Concept...twig furniture
“Room size” — Linda Grubb
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
55 Reviews
DKOR Interiors - Interior design at the Bath Club in Miami Beach, FL
like the gray and white furniture
The white chairs are great - love the neutrals and minimal decor - a great room!
silletas en tono más claro
the furniture designs and lighting
Living room...Love this room...Liv room furniture...Living room color...Neutral living
“Monochromatic Metals. Using one tone of metal can inform your palette for the rest of the room.” — Allyson Forrister - Counterpane Interiors
Breda Clifford
The TV Console is part of the fitted furniture and panelled wall.
with painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot where I want to place my hangers. I take the paper down and nail the hangers into the wall. It works great!”
Use a maximum amount of space in a living room/work area without feeling crowded or claustrophobic
painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot for each picture hanger. take the paper down and nail the hangers into the wall.
office in dining room area, photo collage as inexpensive art idea, colorful
Mughannam. “I arrange the photos on a big sheet of kraft paper. When I have them as I want them, I trace them. I tape the paper to the wall with painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot where I want to place my hangers. I take the paper down and nail the hangers into the wall. It works great!”
“Cadres” — elodierob
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Cody
love the wallpaper...gives the room depth
Derrick served as the lead designer for the condominium’s renovation, and says he meticulously chose every detail based on his personal design philosophy. “I like to create balance and inspiration in everything: perfect mix of lighting, materials, objects, sound, smells and everything in between,” he
he says. All the woodwork and trim are original, and the walls are lined with Andrew Martin’s Library wallpaper to create a cozy feel.
“The grey couch!!!!” — fasullo1
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