53 consumer Contemporary Living Room Design Photos

Studio MM, pllc
Creek House
Ideabooks3,685
Questions5
of wood to your home. All of this results in lower wood costs, less handling and less ash removal. The higher the efficiency, the less fuel you’ll consume and the lower your emissions will be.
to be greatly reduced, because the smoke can still completely burn at this lower temperature. This means these stoves achieve longer burn times and consume less fuel with lower emissions. One drawback to a catalytic stove is that the catalytic element must be replaced at a regular interval, which ranges
firebox. Many of the modern European stoves are noncatalytic. These stoves are simple to operate, look great and require little maintenance. They do consume more fuel than their catalytic counterparts and have slightly higher particulate emissions.
“floor to ceiling windows” — vickilpenny
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks3,186
Questions7
zero easily. This approach isn't for everyone. In GO Logic homes, you can still live life as you would, without taking on an extreme lifestyle, and consume very little energy to maintain a comfortable internal environment
zero easily. This approach isn't for everyone. In GO Logic homes, you can still live life as you would, without taking on an extreme lifestyle, and consume very little energy to maintain a comfortable internal environment."
“Light walls with wood and accent colors” — kc1976
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Upper West Side Combo
Ideabooks3,350
Questions6
main living areas to provide a bright wash of indirect illumination and to separate programmatic spaces visually without the use of physical light consuming partitions. Custom floor to ceiling Ash wood veneered doors accentuate the height of doorways and blur room thresholds. The master suite features
main living areas to provide a bright wash of indirect illumination and to separate programmatic spaces visually without the use of physical light consuming partitions." We could use that kind of led cove lighting in warmer colors to identify the living room vs the dining area.
“coffee table” — silsila001
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
My Houzz: The Perpetual Reno
Ideabooks538
Questions2
Drywalling our bedroom can wait." — homeowner Michelle TemporaleThis was such a refreshing statement. It's OK to let your home go or put off time-consuming restoration projects when your free time with family is so precious.Full story: Raw Aesthetics Rule in a Toronto Family Home
“subfloor grade, stained, looks like cool cement floors. could do a whole "painting" in distress befo” — zzaazzaa
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
2007 ASO Decorators Showhouse & Gardens
Ideabooks8,510
Questions13
Gray paint is still a consumer favorite for walls, and now it is finding a home on ceilings. This neutral base allows for any color combination you can dream of while maintaining a look of easy sophistication. What trends have you spotted in your city? Please share
“Tie in art work” — Europa antiques & home
Butler Armsden Architects
2 Reviews
Family Home in Sea Cliff
Ideabooks3,374
Questions5
Living Room and Entertaining1. Switch to digital downloads of movies and music if you haven't yet.2. Ask for and give consumable or homemade gifts. Think event tickets, dinner reservations and edible treats.3. Stop junk mail and paper bills, and cancel subscriptions that you
“Two sofas facing each other makes room for more seating” — Esabel Dominger
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Crane Building Penthouse
Ideabooks2,562
Questions7
EcoTimber flooring does well by consumer reports
“Everything” — yumiraa
Scarlett @ Designafireplace Ltd
Morso 6140 installation with slate tiled hearth
Ideabooks406
Questions0
to be greatly reduced, because the smoke can still completely burn at this lower temperature. This means these stoves achieve longer burn times and consume less fuel with lower emissions. One drawback to a catalytic stove is that the catalytic element must be replaced at a regular interval, which ranges
firebox. Many of the modern European stoves are noncatalytic. These stoves are simple to operate, look great and require little maintenance. They do consume more fuel than their catalytic counterparts and have slightly higher particulate emissions.
to be greatly reduced, because the smoke can still completely burn at this lower temperature. This means these stoves achieve longer burn times and consume less fuel with lower emissions. One drawback to a catalytic stove is that the catalytic element must be replaced at a regular interval, which ranges
“Home wood fire design” — pmalau
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