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Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
Placement of furniture and living area
living room with exposed brick
two story living room
Brick living wall
“double windows” — tanehc
David Howell Design
2 Reviews
David Howell Design
Neutrals Big art Interest piece Same living room wall color
an woven chair from North Africa round out the space. One of the owners used to live in Africa, so the chair is a connection to a faraway place that was once home."The large photograph finishes the fourth side of the living room," says Howell. The woman in the picture is actually a digital creation by
“Love the black and white chair!” — jem6
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
are a fraction of the cost. They can be enlarged and printed on metal or acrylic for a very cool look that is perfect for lofts. I know because I live in one.
embossed wall coverings that would mimic the look of tin tiles. Lots of ways you can get a ceiling to look like this if you are not lucky enough to live in a warehouse loft with original architectural detail.
A textured ceiling tile to cover popcorn ceiling in living room
“emphasis” — Samuel Alexander
McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Birmingham House
Love the floor and the ceiling great live in room
Coffered ceiling - Pros: it makes the room more formal, makes the space feel more open - Cons: more expensive, it makes the room feel darker - living room or bedroom
The architect added a coffered ceiling to make the living room more formal and masculine. “Before the remodel, this room was a plain box,” he says. “It was just too simple.”Richmond Sofa, Richmond Chairs: Gus Modern
“ceiling” — Elegant Appointments Interior Design
C O N T E N T Architecture
Houston Loft
Live with the city & incorporate it into the design.
The main living space takes advantage of an incredible view of downtown Houston and Market Square, in the heart of the city's historic district. "It's probably the
Living room idea...Living space...loft living...Living room
“Leather couch” — katmallory83
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
700 Palms Residence
with Wood Legs - Chairs - Living S
So cool covered outdoor living room
An expansive living room opens up to its own courtyard on the opposite side of the plan from the dining room. The 16-foot by 16-foot glass expanse completely opens to the courtyard and the view of a large Aleppo Pine tree. Minimal detailing blurs the line between indoors and out, whether the doors are
“art” — pamkirz
Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
exterior of laboratory house - kitchen, dining room, living space
I have this step already, but still saving. 3. Find some land. Where do you want to be? How do you want to live? What are you looking for? Maybe you want that house in the mountains or with the ocean view, but it's not in the cards right now, for economic or other
I can't believe people really live in these places
So, cool. It would make anybody want to live on some uneven land just, to be able to have this design implemented.
NebraskaThe cube-shaped living space of Randy Browne's Laboratory House projects out into the landscape for a stunning view. Bridges and stairs connect the disparate elements of the house.
3. Find some land if you need to moveWhere do you want to be? How do you want to live? What are you looking
“Bridge” — awhite1972
Imagine Living
Colorado Sofa-bed by Softline
Imagine Living
living room...sillones living
“tablou ciudat” — Marius Iancu
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