Houzz is the new way to design your home.
859 homeowners Family Room Design Photos
Steven Miller Design Studio, Inc.
Baker Family Room
7. Three's company. Some may have difficulty combining two main design elements, but this homeowner managed to do three. This asymmetrical layout mixes the size of all three pieces (television, fireplace and artwork) comfortably into one design by
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Crestwood Construction Inc.
Martis Camp - Sweet Simplicity
space makes it easier to avoid turning it on ‘just because.’” — Laura GaskillWith the popularity of open plans hitting an all-time high, lots of homeowners are finding they need a quiet room. Why not make one noisy room instead and keep the rest of the house peaceful?Full story: 16 ideas for a Healthy
A family home outside Copenhagen, Denmark. This cabin has a neutral base that homeowner Josina Bergsøe infused with bold color via artwork, textiles and other accent pieces.
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
Traditional Family Room
The dual-sided fireplace in this traditional family room means double the fun. By placing the fireplace on an exterior wall, the homeowners were able to create a beautiful focal point for their covered patio as well as their family room. For a dual-sided fireplace on an exterior wall
In cooler parts of the world, homeowners are cleaning out their fireplaces and getting ready for colder nights. But fireplaces are exceptions, rather than the norm, in warmer areas, like my home state of Florida. Many of us duplicate the look with the glow of flickering candles. This home has a faux
Uniquely rustic. This very creative homeowner used a salvaged doorframe to create lambrequins. The frame was cut in two to create a pair that flanks the focal window. Style tip: Adding the rustic
REVE Design Studio, Inc.
with a structural engineer, the designer can develop a clever strategy to transfer those loads to suit floor plans. But later in the process, if a homeowner requests large, open spaces on the main floor of the house, additional structures might be required so that loads can be safely transmitted. This
But as the years have removed us from the hardscrabble past, many find something charming about the lights. Homeowners are collecting them and even wiring them to re-create the warm glow our ancestors needed and enjoyed.The owners of this home (by Visbeen Architects) in Grand Rapids, Michigan, have an