21,428 bunk living room Kitchen Design Photos

Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
I want to have a loft bed cause i have a super small room. Where can i get one that is not so expensive but have strong foundation?
If there is ever room to do a small cool shed in the back
Homeowner Michelle de la VegaTip 1: Open up to one-room living.Another garage renovation, this time in Seattle, feels much more spacious than its 250 square feet suggest. Light floods in from the French doors and high windows, and keeping the center of the main room furniture free helps maintain an open feel
A room of one's own, complete with sleeping loft and kitty. Get the whole story here
“Kids room” — hauswolf
MAC Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Classic Cottage
What is the wood floor species and stain color? Love this room! Thank
I love all off the lights that you put into this room. Very well done!
Kitchen and living room are superb.
Like the bunk room ceiling finished off like this octagon room and it would be ok to finish multipurpose room with flat drywall
Use the round chandeliers in the living room & the candelabra chandelier in the dining room.
lighting above tables - dining room
would be perfect if opened up to large family room on the side we do not see
Chairs .. Like the idea for the living room
“Lounge” — valeriedhunter
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Northern Wisconsin Bunk House
Would also be a good guest house. Bunks should be at the end with a door not in between kitchen and family room.
Basic kitchen in bunk
Northern Wisconsin Bunk House
“colorations n loog aspect” — Martha Philipps
10 Reviews
Madrona Residence
ground level. All living space takes advantage of grand views of Lake Washington and the city skyline beyond. Two large sliding glass doors open up completely, allowing the living and dining space to extend to the deck outside. On the first floor, in addition to the guest room, a “kids room” welcomes visiting
visiting nieces and nephews with bunk beds and their own bathroom. The basement level contains storage, mechanical and a 2 car garage. Photographer: Aaron Leitz
spread over 3 floors, with the master, guest and kids bedroom on the ground floor, and living spaces on the upper floor to take advantage of the views. The main living level includes a large kitchen, dining, and living space, connected to two home offices by way of a bridge that extends across the double
“chopping board on island” — katebriant
1 Review
Peninsula House
What shape is his dining room table?
Lamp for the dinning room, Provence
Concept of great room
Opening into dining room
Dining room open to kitchen
bunk house...dining room chairs...Leta Great room...Dining room light...Kitchen dining room
“Kitchen” — tgomach
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Spruce Street Cottage
where is this house..?there upstairs ,is it a living room or sleeping
How high is the ceiling? I have a room with a tall ceiling & we were thinking of a loft, but this looks really, really high...16 ft?
The ladder goes up to a sleeping loft, the downstairs is a living room.
How do you like the ladder vs stairs? We are trying to decide if we should make living room larger and put in ladder rather than stairs.
Love for an attic play room
Shared space above and between boys room?
4. Build upMezzanines and platforms offer a degree of separation from the main living area and are ideal for activities that require a greater degree of peace and quiet such as sleeping and working. Access is important, too – spiral
“Ladder” — eley barkley
RGN Construction
7 Reviews
A South Camano Island Residence
that leads upstairs. Beyond the living room is a hallway that leads to two offices, a study, a powder room and a bunk room. This is truly a beautiful home. Hope that information helps a bit.
large space that opens up to a living room. To the left of the stove in this photo is a butlers pantry and to the left of the stools is a laundry room and access to the garage. Straight ahead is a door that leads to an outdoor kitchen. Across from the living room is the entry and staircase that
Not sure we have room for two islands but like the idea of a prep area and an eating area. Could possibly accomplish both with one large island.
Eat in kitchen instead of dining room
“Nothing” — Lola Dazzle
Reclaimed Space
La Aborleda
rustic kitchen and living area together
this ceiling in at least one room
Shows living area as well as kitchen
one room...Living room barn...bunk house
“bunk house” — pioneerpines
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