4,651 family living room ideas Exterior Design Photos

Moore Architects, PC
Porter Street Bungalow
rear addition. The completed house had to fulfill all of the requirements of a modern house: a reconfigured larger living room, new shared kitchen and breakfast room and large family room on the first floor and three modified bedrooms and master suite on the second floor. Front photo by Hoachlander Davis
significant renovation and restoration. A young couple purchased the house over 10 years ago as a first home. As their family grew and professional lives matured the inadequacies of the small rooms and out of date systems had to be addressed. The program called to significantly enlarge the house with a major
Thinking about a header over the gate to the backyard. Not with a Mission style, but wondered about your thoughts on this idea.
“exterior ideas” — jackbird2
4 Reviews
Cape Cod Inspiration by Design Guild Homes
i would love the floorplan to this does it have open living
painting ideas for wooden porch swing
I need examples and pics of ideas and how-to's so that I may repaint my wooden outside porch swing. unsure of the color or design that I can
Thank you. Wow, a new renovation for the upper floor? That makes me even more intrigued with it! It's simply lovely. We live near the water and we CRAVE more of a water view. Doing a second floor would enable us to see for miles - we can essentially see the San Juan Islands
left side of house for great room idea with porches
like the exterior, kitchen and family room doors from kitchen
Need ideas on how to redo a quad to add a master suite
I like the way the front if this house looks...an idea if we connect garage to house.
“porch” — wlstagg
Harriet Forde Design Ltd
Private Residential - London W2 area
This contemporary family home has been transformed into a brand new living space. The exterior now features a glazed extension forming the kitchen and dining room, as well as a fantastic garden and outdoor space. Spread over 4 floors, this now combines a bright space for the whole family to enjoy. Pho
Neat patio over room with cool window
Mirror your lighting inside and out To enhance the indoor/outdoor living vibe, your exterior should be lit as effectively as the inside of your house. WALL WASHERS are a good lighting tool for your patio, as well as your kitchen, while
Mirror your lighting inside and out To enhance the indoor/outdoor living vibe, your exterior should be lit as effectively as the inside of your house. Wall washers are a good lighting tool for your patio, as well as your
“Traditional brick with modern look.” — mkbrown47
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
under 5,000 square feet of living space. The first floor offers a two story foyer. The formal dining room, an oversized kitchen, and the breakfast area are all located to the left of the front entry door. A sizable great room, 21 feet wide by 28 feet deep is the main family area which is positioned
found reviewing PHOTOS, such as foyer, living room, powder room, etc. which are related to this project. These photographs are available to view by going to the side bar and selecting PHOTOS. The rooms are listed, on the left hand side bar. Selecting the room photos, will bring you to additional photos
the exterior and interior of this home. You may need to go to my home page and select photos, then select from the left the areas, such as living room, powder room, foyer and stairs. This will give you additional resource photographs. Thank you again for your interest.
“Like” — adams67
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
4 Reviews
Sunroom and Mudroom Additions With New Kitchen
cottage styles. We renovated interior spaces and designed two additions to complement the house's unusual design. This photo shows the single-story family room addition, with floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors. The addition's copper hipped roof has a low profile so we could preserve the second floor
Thank you. I wonder how this stone compares in price to let's say "brick"? I expect just as/more expensive than brick. I live in S. IN. I like this stone, but looking at it for landscaping application: retaining wall application. Wonder if it would it be applicable (not as
Exterior focused family room off kitchen
Love the extra room with all the glass
“sunroom” — frere1925
Think. Design Office
La Canada Residence
adding screen enclosure any ideas. It's not L shape or U shape . Straight , only problem is back of the house I have addition and fire place dead center on the back of the addition
put screen enclosure , but I would have to e Tear my fireplace down to put sliding doors that would go into scr. Enclosure . What else can I do, any ideas ?
Love the open living room onto yard
indoor outdoor living and built in seating
Living room out to patio and width of livingroom space
Living room and kitchen to the side
“Back” — Maria Katrina
BC&J Architecture
2 Reviews
North Island House
Island house is designed for a young family that will commonly have extended stay guests. The house was designed with the concept of a series of living pavilions. Each pavilion takes in different views of the acreage beyond. The main pavilion houses the great room and children’s bedrooms above. The west
Unique design, separated car garages. Opne upstairs room
west pavilion houses a discrete guest suite. The north pavilion includes the utility and family rooms on the main floor and master suite on the second.
very cool idea, separated garages, parking and workshop. living quarters above
“Interesting use of wide lot!” — darcygoodtime
The Glass House
Hi, can we please live here? Such an amazing way to re-purpose old antique windows!
first dates that designer Lilah Horwitz and photographer Nick Olson sketched out their dream home on a restaurant napkin. “We romanticised over the idea of building something with a whole wall of windows, mostly thinking about watching a sunset or stargazing from the inside of the house,” says Horwitz
Horwitz and Olson, shown here, built their glass house on family land that holds several other buildings, including a main farmhouse, which Olson's great-grandfather built.
Soon the duo’s artistic vision, resourcefulness and ingenuity resulted in the getaway they’d dreamed of – an antique glass house. Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: LiIah Horwitz and husband Nick OlsonLocation: West Virginia
“Everything ever” — Catherine LoMedico
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