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Reiko Feng Shui Design
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design
I don't have a question. I just wanted to say how much I love this space. As soon as I looked at the photos I felt a sense of peace and tranquility. I could so move in. The owners might not appreciate it though. We'll done:)
Wide open living space - this is a great view of the type openness we're going for.
Open space for dining tv reading
of ephiphany. His wife, in her well-meaning attempts to create the home of her dreams, had spent a good deal of money on stuff that didn’t fit the space, eventually boxing it back up and buying more stuff. All her husband saw was money flowing out, instead of comfort coming in. Often, by the time people
a designer’s way or the highway. Design is a collaborative process in which a designer honestly tells you what works and what doesn’t to create the space of your dreams.
Staircase in Sandusky home
Dining table and bar for space so well
Bench seat on one side, chairs on the rest. Space saver - but easy to expand for dinner parties
I like the layout. a lot of room for a small space
The open staircase, brick and wood floors give this space a warm, welcoming feeling.
staircase Lloyd placed a dining table with a bench and metal chairs that can be scooted out during large parties. “It was the best way I could utilize the space and still afford us a formal dining setting for hosting dinners with friends and family,” she says.
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
love the round table and the under lights for the desk area if in living room space.
Use of wall space for divider and storage
Study area; like floor to ceiling wall to anchor; 2 chairs spaced a bit further
fronting the homework desk area, lit by task lighting, natural light from surrounding windows and dropped bulb lighting. There's plenty of storage space for papers, books and art supplies, plus elbow room for each child to sit comfortably.Goulette and his team retained and exposed the existing interior
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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has additional dish storage carved out of the concrete for the kitchen and dining. The last two sides pinch down to create a more intimate library space at the back of the fireplace. Photo by Lincoln Barber
love the space, how the wood is stocked
Clever concept of open shelves on such a large scale - check out if this could work in our new place? Could look too busy in small space?
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
The Ceiling, tim I believe. This would add to the small space. It is reflective, bright, and
designer covered the little space with modern and a touch of classic feature
Zone different areasCreate the illusion of more space by zoning your studio into different areas. Whatever its size, think carefully about positioning your furniture and experiment with different layouts
Todd Davis Architecture
357 Tehama 3
Wall materials to divide open space
Feature wall with sofa seating. Great big open space.
Now THIS is an open space. My whole house could fit in here.
Luv the open space...Huge open space!...I like the space...open space
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
The room would look cool in the event space
urban flat, exposed girders, beams, open kitchen, living, dining space.
surrounding neighborhood hangs overhead, defining the kitchen space within the open floor plan.
The term loft may be battered around by developers serving up new construction or renovations, trying to appeal to the desire for open space. A true loft is open because it was gutted from its old use to
zones within the larger space organized? The four basic options are linear, grid, axial or central. For homes, you would usually use a linear or axial organization. More on that next.
Reclaimed WoodAesthetic: Warm, vintage, loft industrialWhen to use it: To infuse a space with warmth and a story
open kitchen and dining room
architect : gili reshef gol. art of space :www. artofspace.co.il firstname.lastname@example.org
1. What are your space needs? Make a list of the smaller, functional spaces you will need within the larger space, and then assign estimated square footage for each area. Think about the size of your furniture and the number of people occupying the room. For instance, the space between the kitchen counter
feet so that people can walk between the two and diners have room to pull out chairs. But an entry door in the path and/or a larger scaled space will need more space — 6 feet or more.