257 Minimalism Hall Design Photos

Smart Design Studio
Tusculum Residence
Ideabooks433
Questions1
“In contrast to the front part of the house the detailing is recessive, minimal and modern with expansive uninterrupted walls of glass or solid material
“In contrast to the front part of the house, the detailing is recessive, minimal and modern with expansive uninterrupted walls of glass or solid material
‘In contrast to the front part of the house the detailing is recessive, minimal and modern with expansive uninterrupted walls of glass or solid material
“Window and upstairs area” — keelybriggs
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks1,263
Questions2
benefits of no baseboard, the flush base addresses wall protection issues, minimizes the dust collection effect and marries well with a modern interior. In
benefits of no baseboard, the flush base addresses wall protection issues, minimizes the dust collection effect and marries well with a modern interior.
benefits of no baseboard, the flush base addresses wall protection issues, minimizes the dust collection effect and marries well with a modern interior.In this
“translucent bath door” — perham
Stillwater Dwellings
sustainable prefab contemporary wood warm modular cool clean minimal cabinets
Ideabooks5,403
Questions7
sustainable prefab contemporary wood warm modular cool clean minimal cabinets
aesthetic is stunning, and the impact on our environment and neighbors is minimal.
“good” — zakariamuhd
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
hall
Ideabooks4,423
Questions4
Minimal réussi. J'aime les poignées rondes.
Like the minimalism of it
“Sidewall lighting (outside of wall)” — msalone
Meditch Murphey Architects
1 Review
Trees on the Roof
Ideabooks571
Questions1
9¼-inch engineered wood joists, as opposed to lumber, reducing wood use and minimizing thermal bridging. They also leave more room in the wall cavities for
9¼-inch engineered wood joists, as opposed to lumber, reducing wood use and minimizing thermal bridging. They also leave more room in the wall cavities for
“Staircase glass roof send light throughout the house. Staircase skylight” — dendar
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
Ideabooks6,114
Questions5
single-loaded ones. But often they are necessary. This one is treated minimally, with a white wall opposite a wood wall with matching closet doors. ..
single-loaded ones. But often they are necessary. This one is treated minimally, with a white wall opposite a wood wall with matching closet doors.
“Closets” — sandra_reynolds1
Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
Malaga
Ideabooks2,628
Questions7
Baseboard matches floor? Minimal trim on door..
“limestone floor” — laurabperry
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Kaplan Wright House LA
Ideabooks455
Questions1
minimalism Front walkway?
“round rail” — sismith
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