13,296 family room Entry Design Photos

TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Clairemont Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks18,599
Questions12
What size is the baseboard? And what color is it painted? What color is the room? I absolutely love everything about this space!!
custom made, but the design is not complicated. Two full extension pull-out drawers with heavy duty hardware to handle all the storage of a well used mud-room. Bench top is 18" high for seating comfort.
bench storage in 2nd family room
For the space between the mud room and toilet
I want a mud room so badly!!!
The family room off the kitchen is part of the new addition. The conga drums belong to Dad, who is in a band. The door on the left side of the photo leads to the screened-in porch.A mudroom just beyond the family room gives kids a spot where they can kick off their shoes and store them. Hooks and cubbies
“Like drawers” — thinkingtwice
Crystal Kitchen Center
5 Reviews
ASID Showcase House
Ideabooks210K
Questions44
What are the dimensions of this room? My mudroom will be long and narrow(5ft wide). I hope that will be wide enough for built-ins.
I like this room....where would this room be placed at in the home?
Would a entrance like this be near the laundry room or the garage entrance? I don't think it would be the main entrance. I like the flooring too
Lovely space! Would you say that this is an 8 ft. ceiling in this room? I'd like to do the same ceiling in my kitchen but was wondering if 8 ft is too low?
Do you have additional photos of the room
well as the lighing in the room as well as adjoining areas
The ceiling appears to be a "ponderosa" pine species or something similar in the pine family (often referred to as "yellow"
“Basement” — Corry Allair
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
Ideabooks5,410
Questions5
How to I make my room awesome when I have a small room? And how should I paint it?
separate kitchen from dining, and dining from living room
Lovely passageway from one room to the next.
one way to separate the rooms
favorite part of the open-plan design.The couple previously lived in a very old, historical home. They needed to upgrade to give their growing family more room, but Marielle didn't want to compromise too much on character when it came to the design.
favourite part of the open-plan design.The couple previously lived in a very old, historical home. They needed to upgrade to give their growing family more room, but Marielle didn’t want to compromise too much on character when it came to the design.
“nice floor tiles” — Menglin Claire Ang
Risinger Homes
10 Reviews
Travis Heights - Guest House
Ideabooks1,363
Questions2
Roughly 34x22. The room you're seeing is the family room. It's a goest house so there isn't exactly a "Master" but the bedroom is around 11x14
Choose an isolated spot for your office. Put your home office as far away as you can from your home's social areas — family room, kitchen etc. It may sound like a no-brainer, but sometimes we want to be in the center of the action and think we can still get work done. Sure
Choose an isolated spot for your office. Put your home office as far away as you can from your home's social areas — family room, kitchen etc. It may sound like a no-brainer, but sometimes we want to be in the center of the action and think we can still get work done. Sure, you may think you're an expert
“Fence?” — ecksteinmax
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Wrights Road
Ideabooks1,174
Questions3
If we do the 'raised' landing (step down to living/family rooms), could do a different material to define stairs/hardwoods of rest of house; possibly a continuation of the exterior patio surface to interior
stair that serves four floors. Most of the spaces are housed on two floors — living areas and master suite on the first floor, with children's rooms, a family room and services downstairs — while the aforementioned guest suite is on the second floor, and an office is perched in the third-floor tower.
“handle” — melaniebrown1
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Entry
Ideabooks9,034
Questions12
I like the curvy line detail on the wall and the railing..we have stairs in the living room and are debating on how to make it pretty..
top of newel post for entry wall into living room
From the entrance, family and guests go up the stairs to reach the living room, family room, dining room and kitchen. The elaborate newel post and stair rail hint at the home’s age.Read more about the history of newel
“filmore Stanton carpet” — rankeny
Mark Hickman Homes
2 Reviews
First Floor Fab
Ideabooks2,589
Questions5
What a fabulous walk from the entrance through the kitchen into the family room. Walnut floors are 7" wide and run throughout the entire first floor. For more information, contact Mark Hickman Homes.
Where is the dining room chandelier from?
Like the openwall to the sunken room
Kitchen into family room with counters
The pillars and division between dining room and family room
separation of kitchen from family room
The beam on the left. Divides the room a bit and would block cold from back door opening.
“7" Walnut Floor” — emmaxpdavidson
Traditional Entry
Ideabooks30,436
Questions26
Jessie's table at entry-maybe room to eat
Great table, I'm thinking of getting one for my art room
like the family room. Wood furniture, wall paneling and accessories can also help you create that farmhouse warmth without renovating your entire home.
Console tables come in very narrow sizes to fit tight entry spaces, but if you have a larger space, try a wider table to better fit the room. Chances
weathered barn-wood mirror hangs above a smooth-polished drop-leaf table to great effect. If a room is feeling a bit flat, try adding a texture that is missing for contrast — rough wood or rusted metal in a room full of polish can be a welcome surprise.
tableConsole tables come in very narrow sizes to fit tight entry spaces, but if you have a larger space, try a wider table to better fit the available room. Chances are, you may have a drop-leaf table or an extra desk around that you may not have thought to use here before.
“Love the door for farm” — dnakearns1
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