2,635 Hunting Fishing Contemporary Home Design Photos

Andrew Hinman Architecture
4 Reviews
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Ideabooks1,519
Questions1
) The trailer and enclosure sit about 30 feet above the river on concrete piers anchored 25 feet into the ground. The family uses the property to hunt, fish and swim in the spring-fed Nueces River. Though the homeowner has the option to draw water from the river, two rainwater cisterns provide water for
“Tower” — thejspot
Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
Barn Shop Interior
Ideabooks2,293
Questions2
wood since the dawn of our existence. Some of our earliest inventions were made from wood, and they served practical purposes: tools for eating, hunting, fishing and fighting. The need for this return to hands-on activity is solved with the home woodshop, that temple of a place where people can kick up
“recogedor de basura” — amtstudio
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Double Take
Ideabooks7,417
Questions3
LOVE the size of this mudroom. I would also use for hunting/fishing/sports storage area as well. Also put in a sink before everyone enters the main part of the home a little cleaner
“Memobord” — toost
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Colorado Residence
Ideabooks402
Questions0
hunting, fishing, hiking, boys and their toys kind of getaway!
“Idea fp outside” — 5212musket
International Custom Designs
8 Reviews
Walnut Residence
Ideabooks2,018
Questions1
This home office features custom designed cabinetry, built around a stunning saltwater fish tank. Designer: Fumiko Faiman. Photographer: Jeri Koegel.
How big is the aquarium? How many fish are in it?
The aquarium is 96"w x 24"d x 22"h. I do not know how many fish are in it :)
Get a fish tank. If you live in a basement apartment with no windows, or only have views of a brick wall, try to invest in a fish tank. Augustin even suggests a laptop screen saver or videos of an aquarium can give you a mental boost.Tell us: How do you get your hit of nature at home?More: 19 Dream Window
“Aquarium” — veced
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
101 Reviews
DIY's "Bath Crashers" Gone Fishing
Ideabooks1,684
Questions0
and luckily DIY network came in to give it just that. Featured on "Bath Crashers" this bathroom got an overhaul with unique features such as a working fish tank, reclaimed wood ceiling and our handmade Moroccan tile with pops of color. Moroccan Cross - 11 Deco White, 130 White, 1024 Antique Pewter, 226
Maybe there is someplace to incorporate a fish tank in MV somewhere???
considering a fish tank while you take a bath... not a bad idea
Perhaps a large fish tank in the Living Room??
With that in mind, one of the best places for a fish tank is near the bathtub. Relaxation has never been more swimmingly serene.
“an opening from outside to give food..excellent idea” — jewelrohan
Marble of the World
6 Reviews
Highland 1
Ideabooks2,095
Questions1
Instead of fireplace could do a double sided fish tank in wall that separates dinning and kitchen
Relaxing atmosphere in this dining room with the fish tank in the
Nice see through fish tank room divider
Fish tank.. Blue lighting is cool
The Fish Tank Of Course..
Nice fish tank room divider
Fish tank...Fish tank ❤️...Big fish tanks...Awesome fish tank...Fish tank....Fish fantasy...Fish tank wall art...fish tank
“Table” — mrslmurphy
Lapis Design Partners
Manhattan Beach
Ideabooks3,135
Questions8
Family room with floating teak ceiling panel and wall mounted fish tank. Lava stone kitchen counter is seen on the left. Clark Dugger
fish tank power and electrical equipment
All of the equipment is inside the base cabinet to the left of the fish tank.
In wall fish tank with frame
putting it at eye level. “It was interesting to see how people at a dinner party tended to line up along the tank to look at the beautiful saltwater fish,” Black says. The tank is gorgeously framed in teak to match the woodwork of the room. Budget: $11,000Maintenance: $500 per month
“fish tank” — DSL Furniture & DSL Property Developers
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