4,642 family living room ideas Exterior Design Photos

Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
doubles the size of the existing non-descript 1954 "Contractor's Special". Our strategy carves out a series of strongly contained, yet open, outdoor rooms that carefully balance between engaging the site's expansive urban views and maintaining a distinctly private domestic realm. The initial move is to
indoor/outdoor rooms, for our bedroom and deck off family room.
Amazing use of space with clean, cool lines and great textures...I want to live here!
floor living space and "walk-out basement" with guest room
This home in the city is wedged between two other houses, but the addition of a rooftop living space
Idea for stairs from living area to top deck
“Everything!” — Johnathan Lloyd
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Tudor Exterior
is this a stamped concrete patio? we did this patio? we also live in seattle.
Same idea as ours with covered and uncovered patio
great patio space right off of living area
dining outside area and lounge by living room
ideas about lighting
Great idea with lights
Pergola ideas...Patio ideas...outdoor living...outdoor living
“ideas about lighting” — lindarohler
Michael J Cox
Seattle craftsman houses
reverse two couches--pull longer sofa forward--get rid of table and the two chairs so the room is not so cluttered and crowded
I like the room, not the surround.
mantlepiece and built-ins and paneling in adjoining room.
kristi's living room
Mantel living room...detail ideas...Living room
“basement color” — leathascline
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Exterior
area as well as a detached casita. The Foyer opens across to another outdoor living area featuring a one-of-a-kind “fire trough” that blends into the spa and serves as a contemporary fire pit for the backyard. The Great Room features a stunning stone fireplace wall with slivers of inset wood to create
the ability to open the courtyard through to the back of the house via the prime living areas. An especially stunning feature is the design of the sanctuary Master Bath. A glass pivot wall opens the slate and stone room, which features a hand-cut stone soaking tub, to a luxurious outdoor shower experience
Focusing on using the heavily treed lot and providing multiple indoor and outdoor living experiences, the architects chose a Texas Hill Country Contemporary style to showcase a home that makes the best of each space. The experience of the home begins across a breezy Lanai, which opens to the courtyard
“mélange terrasse bois et dallage avec courbe” — sicot
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Cranberry Lane
at the far end of the room leads to a screened porch that serves as a hub of family life in the summer. The living room is compact in plan, but open to the main ridge and the loft space above. The doghouse dormers on the front roof bring light into both the loft and living room, and also provide a view
a retirement home for one person in 1980. Nearly thirty years later, the next generation of the family asked me to incorporate the original house into a design that would accomodate the extended family for vacations and holidays, yet keep the look and feel of the original cottage from the street. While
runs along the low wall at the edge of the loft. The loft space connects the two upstairs bedrooms, and serves as a combination home office, sitting room, and overflow sleeping area. All the interior trim, millwork, cabinets, stairs and railings were built on site, providing character to the house with
“Addition idea” — brunsyj
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Santa Rita Cottage
Like patio as idea for portico
MV: idea for patio off kitchen
short live fence, plants
Small living quarters
Outside living space
"In Palo Alto having an outdoor room is a must," Young says. General contractor: Pete Moffat ConstructionStructural engineer: Morris Engineering & AssociatesLandscape design: Katsy Swan
outdoor rooms are...Mosquito room...Entry idea...outdoor room...The outdoor room
“Arched” — Terry Spradlin
Max Fulbright Designs
4 Reviews
Asheville Mountain Home House Plan
glass at the rear of the family room. A vaulted ceiling, a stone fireplace, and exposed timber beams give the family room a cozy mountain lodge feel. The kitchen, dining area, and family room are all open to each other and enjoy the same views. A golf garage, laundry room, and pantry are conveniently
placed in them creating an over sized window seat/bed if the owner chooses. An open loft overlooking the family room connects the upper bedrooms.The lower level can be finished with a recreation room, a wet bar, a hall bath, and girls and boys bunkrooms. A workshop and lake storage is also a possibility
We have a sloped lot so the lower level walkout would work, but we wanted to keep the loft just as open office or murphy bed type area. I like your ideas about using nooks and crannies to out bunkers.
“Shakes and stone” — clmhood
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
What was used to create the glass box that extends the room. I assume it is custom ?
Love how this glass extension would make room feel like it's a part of this lovely garden.
Glass extension including dining room - remove french doors, extend flooring area (material) into garden
great idea for bump out off of kitc
“G” — Kalpana Batchu
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