4,108 living-wall Eclectic Kitchen Design Photos

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
13 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Is the wall opening made from a supporting wall?
I want to do something like this to open up the wall between the living room and kitchen but our wall is a supporting wall. House was built in 1960. What are my best options to do this in our house?
(knock down walls etc) any help would be much appreciated and I don't mind putting the website of the person on our website for our son.
I have an open plan kitchen/dining/living. The kitchen is greyish brown with ivory, in the living I have an ivory & brown
the half wall and what is the width of the granite ledge? Thanks!
Dear Team, It has been a wonderful experience ever since i hav joined the site..I totally fell in luv with the kitchen and living and dining... Wud u lemme kno about the floor area that was occupied
“Kitchen bench 2” — judympenn
Alex Amend Photography
Modern Pantry By Tinsley Hutson-Wiley Interior Design
Close up the living room wall
Walls on the left & Union Jack on right
Wood panel wall art and geometric light
love the flag on the wall
tile whole back wall?
shelf above sink wall
able to live with that.
shapes on wall...WALL ABOVE SINK...Union Jack Wall...wall painting...tile walls...white walls
“Nice lamp, contemporary shapes on wall” — gladysphan
Dana Gordon + Roy Gordon Architecture Studio
House N
blow out living room wall.
of side wall?
“Lights, window shades” — highgasmic
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Brunelleschi Construction
14 Reviews
feature wall as well as the red, circular tile backsplash bring modern-day touches to the otherwise traditional silhouettes found in the space. A bar in the wall cut-out adds extra seating. Photo by Chris Amaral.
nice striped wall like the irregularity of the stripe
Clever way to accent wall space
great idea for some of the walls here
that wall could ever need or want.
Stripes for big blank kitchen wall?
Accent wall creates striking focal point in this eating area.
empty wall can provide sensational impact and be a top-notch design element. Vertical stripes in bold colors like these are all that wall could ever need or want.OK, now you can stop staring at that blank wall and turn in into the centerpiece of your home. Post your pics when you are done, so we can
“Wall art” — karyn2169
Sara Tuttle Interiors
I love the walls...what color is it
Love the dark blue wall color
What do you like about this photo?wall color
Max's room. One accent wall.
Alternate color for walls-stunning by Benjamin moore
accent wall brings drama to framed art, while a mirror and table lamp add to the feeling that this is a kitchen you can really live in.
Navy walls in this space are unobtrusive enough not to shout "color!" at first glance.
“Blue white tan” — warnerni1
mango design co
mango design co
window wall) by 15 feet deep.
hmmm the colour palette: the walls are benjamin moore 'cloud white' & the cabinets are
Rodos leave window walls to bring in light especially south facing wall at small apt which is now too dark because that southern wall is all enclosed
sm living room dining rm kitchen
Nice layout for a small living room
“mesa” — aldrighi
Buchanan Photography
brick wall with conduit electric on wall
like an exposed brick wall - might want a white wash
The kitchen cabinet and floor color complement the brick wall, but the sitting
The brick walls and open spaces
exposed brick walls, contrast with the flooring and white walls
build wall out to cover fridge
Exactly what I want for my wall
“Downstairs apartment/hangout space?” — rhea_dev
Fiddlehead Design Group, LLC
10 Reviews
Parkway Kitchen
Change=up art work w. the seasons! Chalk board for lower wall for kids.
blackboard or white board over chimney wall
number of walls, but does that mean you must limit yourself to the same artwork year-round? No way! Pick up fresh artwork as you find it, without worrying if you currently have a place to hang it. At the beginning of each new season, you can simply swap out art on a few walls for a completely different look
“Half chalkboard.” — michlmur
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