1,634 practice space Home Design Photos

Chartered Practice Architects
3 Reviews
Coleville Terrace
Town House within the Conservation Area, on Colville Terrace, Notting Hill, London, W11 by Chartered Practice Architects Ltd. Another refurbishment project by West London Architects Chartered Practice Architects Ltd in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
built out space so can have backless toilet
“Wall colours” — russk72
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Use of space, dynamic, blue, placement of books
Two floor great room with great open space, neat column/wood built-ins?, wood ceiling
Narrow foyer and living room with wall divider - similar layout to your home. The design here is ultramodern, but the space/light furniture layout is similar to your house
available describing waste management specifications.Not only does this kind of waste management make good environmental sense, but depending on where you practice, you may even be required to recycle and divert a certain percentage of the project’s waste stream by law.
the house, creating a double-height volume that, thanks to a long skylight, acts as a light well for the formerly dark space. The thick copper-clad wall at the entry also has a space carved out of the center — it acts as a bench for removing shoes. “I used copper because I wanted this dividing wall to
“Mezzanine” — Clara Therrien-Orsat
Inspired Design Ltd
2 Reviews
Somerset Cottage
Tight staircase with practical shelves built in
stairwell for texture and color in otherwise useless space.
feature in an otherwise dead space. She used Farrow & Ball Railings paint on the steps to highlight the geometric shapes.
Uses some lost space as storage space
Shelves in stairway - break up wall space
this otherwise dead space. She used Farrow & Ball ‘Railings’ paint on the steps to highlight the geometric shapes.
This staircase had to be replaced, so O’Mara built in a wall-to-wall bookcase, both as a storage solution and to create a colorful feature in an otherwise dead space. She used Farrow
Nicola decided to build in a wall-to-wall bookcase, both as an innovative storage solution and to create a colourful feature in this otherwise dead space. She used Farrow & Ball Railings paint on the steps to highlight the geometric shapes.
“Bookcase built into stairway.” — Dream With Jeannie
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
50 Reviews
Modern Landscape Heights
standard planting of carpet grass. In this case, the motivation had nothing to do with finances, but rather a conscientious effort on Ms. Borow’s part to practice water conservation and tree preservation. Other hardscapes were then introduced into this green design to better support the home architecture. A
“Thick concrete” — rprenevost
Nest Designs LLC
3 Reviews
Red barn door with full view of dining table.
This image shows the entire barn door with the kitchen table. The door divides the laundry and utility room from the dining space. It's a practical solution to separate the two spaces while adding an interesting focal point to the room. Love the pop of red against the neutral walls. The door is painted with
Eco-Rehabarama house. This dining space is adjacent to the kitchen and the living area in a very open floor-plan. We converted the garage into a kitchen and updated the entire house. The red barn door is made from recycled materials. The hardware for the door was salvaged from an old barn door. We used
bench came from IKEA. That space was completed a few years ago, so I am not sure they are still available.
“chairs” — slittlemc
Avocado Sweets Interior Design Studio
3 Reviews
Eclectic Stoke Newington Apartment
Wallpaper for small spaces ie cloakroom
Use your hooks for showPegs are a hallway’s best friend, but overburden them with every coat, shopping bag and backpack you own and the space will feel cluttered. Instead, think fresh and funky and hang up only hats and scarves, tucking bulky coats and boots behind closed doors.
Reuse magazinesPages torn from magazines can make stylish wallpaper. It creates a busy look, so one that’s best kept for small spaces such as cloakrooms and hallways. It perhaps goes without saying that vintage magazines, with their sepia colours and simple page designs, will be far
“Instead of throwing away your newspapers and old magazines, why not line the walls of your hallway w” — Luisa Rollenhagen
Amy Neunsinger
The Prairie By Rachel Ashwell
Love the colour and texture of this room. It feels inviting and practical.
blue bench, picture in unpainted space on wall, wooden plank paneling
Shabby Chic. Weddings and events have a dedicated space in the Pearl Barn.
Each cottage has its own personality, from bohemian rustic to Victorian, but always with a bit of magic that makes it pure Shabby Chic. Weddings and events have a dedicated space in the Pearl Barn.
“I want” — Sandy Meyer
Sol Haus Design
Vina's Tiny House
multi-purpose: living room, dining room, media room, guest bedroom, and yoga room. Lots of natural light brings the outside in and expand the feeling of space. Photo: Eileen Descallar Ringwald
i simply love this space. makes me happy.
Compact space idea. The desk goes wall to wall, almost like a tv stand anyway
Great utilization of space for desk and storage
The big setting in a small space
slide-in shelves on wheels under the desk space
“Doors” — Angela Kennedy Alcorn
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