426 television lift Dining Design Photos

dinig roomElad Gonen
The way the television has been suspended on the pole
television on a pole ? or art stand
Poste para television.
Television living room
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa MesaTara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
This view from the kitchen shows the true height of the space. The feature wall behind the television helps accentuate the ceiling height and serves as a focal point in the room, making the TV look almost like a fireplace. "Choosing lighting was a difficult task, as it's a huge factor in setting the
PH-1 diningPLACE architect ltd.
I always spec manual for houses - just a chain to close and usually you lift it from the bottom of the door frame to open. There's no great need to open these doors fast and they aren't that heavy. The door guys often will try
Panel lift door...Lift door
Dining and KitchenWhitten Architects
pickled wood to brighten and lift the eye
Pickled wood to brighten and lift (keeping the beams and trim the darker, natural color)
Webster ResidenceEhrlich Architects
Overhead lift door in the kitchen.
lift up glass wall
Tennyson PointCplusC Architectural Workshop
It doesn't look like a Nana Wall, which is a US-based company. In the United States, Marvin makes a lift and slide door: http://www.marvin.com/patio-doors/lift-and-slide-doors/ This project is in Australia. Oh, look how the countertop is integrated with the stairs, wow! :) Rhoda
Amoroso DesignAmoroso Design
I would hope these doors would open or the top would lift up for storage. Otherwise it would be so much wasted space!
I like the beadboard back and what looks to be like front access storage. (In our case, lift-up storage is mostly fine, but front access would be good where the existing built-in cabinet is.)
Oliver AveHouse Lift Remodeler
House Lift Remodeler
MacGroveland, St PaulCates Fine Homes
Less overhang so there is more room for lift up storage
lift-seat storage, back
Tribeca Loft Dining RoomSpecht Harpman Architects
This lower Manhattan loft in a former printing house was originally designed by Specht Harpman for a couple of television producers. When the new owners bought it, they hired us to create a new interior in which to showcase their contemporary art collection and to accommodate their young family.
living room] spaces," Galeazzo says. "They can choose if they want to prepare food outside on a sunny day or if they want to watch the news from the television in the living room, which they can see from the kitchen." The orbital kitchen is an articulation of how the house designs resists physical and spatial
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