376,000 large opening Home Design Photos

Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Presidio Heights Pueblo Revival - Kitchen
Ideabooks2,871
Questions7
Combo of open and closed shelving.
open shelving in corner, glass fronts on cabinets, possibly open low shelves
Glass cabinet doors, open corner shelf
Like cabinets. esp open shelf below wall cabinets (for water glasses etc)
butcher block, open + door cabinets
Glass doors and open shelf below
open shelf under cabinet
boxed in upper open shelf
glass dorrs with opening under
corner unit with open shelving
open area below cabinets?
Open shelf corner cabinet
Open cupboard...L-shaped open shelf...Open shelving...open corner cabinet...Open shelf...open corner cabs...corner open cabinet
“cup display on the left - bar idea” — girldawgs13
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks1,311
Questions6
we are from China, we want to buy some furniture , what should we do ? Is the shopping opened only for USA ?
large west windows non opening
If the main seating is a large sofa, go for a pattern. When there are no other upholstered pieces in the room, such as chairs, you need a wow factor. Use a slipcover with a soft print that gives it just enough interest without overpowering the room.
“big windows” — toddheidiberg
FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks6,757
Questions4
My room is small, but my furniture is large what can I do ?
Really like how open it is and the way the staircase is done here
Lighting, open scheme, lighter wood floors
streamline, simple staircase, open space, more natural lighting...
Ahhh... Open concept. Delifhtful.
Open stairs...Modern, open...Open feel...Open plan...open stair...open and airy
“Copper canyon paint by duron” — christinawagner
Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
Newport Beach Custom Home 01
Ideabooks8,097
Questions8
rid of wall between kitchen, we can try for an opening like this.
Island+ good way to make a separate kitchen look open.
Open and outside view
Opening between rooms
opening to dining room
large cut through...open wall...framed opened wall...Simple opening...wall opening...Open to outside
“Here's the higher example” — dasilvas
HeritageBarns.com
Greenville Barn
Ideabooks1,687
Questions0
Layout with loft, doors, and open
kitchen in back, open view towards lake, living space looks bigger, opens up
Main open plan layout With stairs
kitchen and open space
open cabin feel...open floor plan...open area...open concept...big open concept...Open kitchen...Open plan...large sign
“Burnt plank finish” — kodan
Charlie Barnett Associates
Hillsborough Residence
Ideabooks5,754
Questions6
maybe an option for wood trim on modern / warm / traditional large window look!
can see all the way through from the entrance giving large airy feeling
Big door that opens to create indoor/outdoor space.
breaking down those barriers. Care has been taken to match the size of the stone threshold to the size and reach of the pivoting door, lending the open panel a natural point of repose.
“Glass, light, no curtains” — Bec Jarrett
Indese
P and P Marrakesh Hua Hin
Ideabooks784
Questions2
furniture with traffic in mind. direct traffic around seating groups not through them. consider 2 small seating areas instead of 1 large one
Love the full high opening-but the door would be pricey
the middle of the room, consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.
Traffic. Consider the traffic a space will have. Never place any large objects in traffics way.
consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.
Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to
any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones.
“cabinet” — hauckj1
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks1,875
Questions1
arrangement of volumes, detailing of forms and selection of materials provide a weekend retreat that reflects the agrarian styles of the surrounding area. Open floor plans and expansive views allow a free-flowing living experience connected to the natural environment. Photography by Werner Straube.
Open area created by the timber framing
I like the open area on both sides of the upstairs
Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power the home and pool equipment and send leftover power back to the grid.The construction is timber frame with structural integrated panels (SIPs)
Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power
“Loft” — ianmiles
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