23,124 other Contemporary Living Design Photos

Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Coordination. The overstuffed chairs in this chic man cave match the two accent seats on the other side of the room for one uniform color combination. The all-white painted brick wall, full-length draperies and firewood are complementary textures
“Seating” — kingakeav
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Row house interiors are long and narrow spaces. Typically a stair hall at one side and living rooms to the other. Large openings between all the rooms allow natural light to permeate the interior.
“Cieling” — czosh
AMW Design Studio
1 Review
Brookdale Den
limitations of the one-cushion square corner. It will be the very last seat people want. Unless they like to sit on their legs (ouch!), their only other option will be to tangle their legs with the people sitting on either side of them. Not fun.
“Wall color” — mindychong
PHX Architecture
6 Reviews
Desert Mountain Estate
depending on the application, the copper may need to be treated to give you the desired effect, and that may impact your overall budget. See photos of other creative uses of copper
“seat” — Susan Muthoni
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West Apartment
Furniture raised off the floor helps the eye concentrate on other distinct features — like an incredible city view.
“small armchair” — bobis
d'apostrophe design, inc.
Family Room
there may be only one cook, the TV room usually gets used by everyone in the family. Odds are, not everyone will be up to speed on what devices the other people in the family use, how they use them and how they need to be wired. Before planning your installation, bring everyone together and discuss which
“sofa placement nice for upstairs” — tresholi
6 Reviews
Living Room/Library
carpet is a huge turnoff to potential buyers, especially if you have pets. Even pet lovers are not interested in buying a home with carpet stained by other peoples' pets.
“Seating arrangement w/ bay window” — aslana_meret
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Michelle Konar's Upper West Side Studio
A tabletop letterpress sits on her media stand. "I got it from a friend and I would love to use it, but it's a bit too small to do anything other than small stationery," she says.Konar has started to collect oversized letters, such as the galvanized "T" on the media stand. "I went to school for graphic
“Sofa for room” — munal
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