63 cozy living room images Contemporary Entry Design Photos

Ernesto Santalla PLLC
15 Reviews
Entry-curved entry extends the curving building corridor
seeking to transform their outdated apartments for contemporary living. Inside, the living area now extends from the terrace door to the kitchen and an adjoining
problematic was deciding what to do with the original parquet floors in the living space. Santalla came up with the idea of staining the existing wood and
please be more specific? There are multiple paint colors and finishes in this image. Thank you.
“floor” — debbiestern123
4 Reviews
Vacation Rental W5
anything that comes to mind. For instance, I associate warm colors with coziness, tradition, confidence and passion. To take it a step further, break
entire bookcase or just behind the shelves — to bring some oomph to the living room.
great bold colour. thinking between living/dining...
anything that comes to mind. For instance, I associate warm colors with coziness, tradition, confidence and passion. To take it a step further, break down
Drop ZoneStorage, room to curl up with a map or book, and a place to hang a hat — what better use
“Hall nook” — 2agrandin
Distrito Soho
Interesting use of the drapes to cozy up an otherwise industrial scheme.
idea for boys room...room divider...Coffee room...Office image...divide living and kitchen area...create room feel with...Room divider curtAin...Curtain room divider
“Curtains” — carterjames2011
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Robin Pelissier Interior Design & Robin's Nest
1 Review
Summer Home on Martha's Vineyard
Mud room idea. Doesn't have to be the same old built in shelves.
great in one of these not-quite-a-room entryways.
8. Sofas set the moodSome entries are awkward not-quite-rooms – this often happens after wacky r
cleaned up and painted to look great in one of these not-quite-a-room entrance rooms.
Some entries are awkward not-quite-rooms — this often happens after wacky renovations. For instance, in my neighborhood
and their proportions are odd. Filling one with furniture like a normal room would make it look too cluttered, but a console table by itself is not really
“Entryway” — nuthylasinada
Jeffers Design Group
2 Reviews
Urban Living - Pacific Heights
Very cosy which would be ideal for a country home.
table and covered ottomans with tall plant ! would love to put that in our living area corner - where bar is
on it! No room for stools......Cosy my style...Wine room idea...Urban Living - Pacific Heights
“Stools” — fsqueri
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
The Bridge House
The atrium is a cozy spot for reading a book, or an intimate gathering spot during large parties Photo: Michael Moore
Enclosed sun room with full exterior view
Living en un duplex...Living room...expand your room...Living room extension...idea for extending a room...Main room...Family room
“I love to have this extension at my family room. Do I need paperwork and permission?” — Tri Drummond
Arlington Construction Management
19 Reviews
DC Garage to Mudroom Conversion
sheet? How can you glue them on nicely? Good idea to place one I the mud room
middle cabinet would be opening to laundry room
space for kids junk on mud room or.secondary entrance
Incorporated the reminder board in the mud room
Mud room-incorporate message board and mirror
space for papers, mail in mud room
“bags” — Cathy Vinch
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
family with two young children, who wanted to take full advantage of coastal living. As The Sea Ranch reaches full build-out, the major design challenge is
outings, so the architect designed an outdoor shower and an adjacent mud room to help contain the outdoor elements. Durable finishes such as the concrete
laundry room for additional storage. In particular, the ladder to the storage space. Overall, this is a nice feel for a 'back door / mud room entryway'
My room should have high ceilings and top floor be the bed and bottom be like
Loft ladder. A lofted space like this has tons of potential — extra room for the kids, a spare office area or just helpful storage. Whatever you end up
“Ladder attic” — Patti Heartsill
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