24,978 Seating-central-s Living Room Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Drew
Ideabooks7,840
Questions3
Nice finish to bay window seat
could put seats on either side - leave middle open for little table LOVE THIS!!
could put seats on either side - leave
Window seat if space??
Bench seat with drawers
window seat w/ storage
Seat idea for cpmservatory
Seat under twin matress
Window Seat w/Storage
love the window seat
Window seats and pull out
window seats!...Window seat...Storage under seats...wall seat by window...window seat
“Front room?” — tjpolanco
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
tiburon home with Asian influence
Ideabooks17,799
Questions11
I love this window seat! Are these casement windows or push out windows? Does the middle window open at all? Who ever did this window seat and storage below
Are window seats usually custom made?
They typically are custom built so that they fit in the window perfectly. You can get window seats that are one piece - where the seat flips up (more like a bench ) that I've seen people use in a breakfast nook before.
the street, and open for all neighbors, walkers, etc. to look inside. I current have full drapes, but I want to utilize the ledge --convert it to seating, or display area, but also want some treatments to keep it warm in our Seattle winter months. they are casement type windows, completely vinyl framed
“Living room” — redheadgonewild33
Deborah French Designs
7 Reviews
New York City Loft
Ideabooks10,040
Questions10
that. Where did you buy this one? Please tell my so that I can decorate my home. Well I have bought some Design Home Bars from a place: http://goo.gl/s5UST8. Is it good please check and tell me.
Theses are my dream Central Asian suzani patterns on the pillows!
The coffee table and seating configuration.
I absolutely love the bench seat cushion, this style is fabulous.
Made of sackcloth or leather, filled with hair or wool and often embroidered, these large items were more like the floor pillows of today. In the U.S., the terms "pillow" and "cushion" can be interchangeable. In many other Western countries, a pillow is usually larger and for sleeping, while a cushion
“Colors” — swairillail
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Bolinas Residence & Barn
Ideabooks1,063
Questions1
Bench seating by the windows with large pillows
Another great example of a very cushy window seat
Big comfy window seat and cushions
Sofás ventana sala t.v
keeping room seating
Cushions and window seat
Sunroom bench seating
Puffy cushions for window seat?
Fireplace settle seat
Dining room seating arrangement
seat under window...Built in seating...Fab window seat!...Lower window seat x...bench seat
“Storage” — kerrwend
Sealy Design Inc.
16 Reviews
Waverley
Ideabooks1,263
Questions2
breakfast room corner - window seating
The art pieces are backlit 1960s slides that a former boyfriend's father shot in Times Square, put on sheets of Duratrans and mounted on light boxes. Sealy had lighting installed behind
"This is a room that just hugs you; you just want to jump on the huge sofa, snuggle into the pillows and watch movies." The art pieces are backlit 1960s slides that a former boyfriend's father shot in Times Square, put on sheets of Duratrans and mounted on light boxes. Sealy had lighting installed behind
"This is a room that just hugs you; you just want to jump on the huge sofa, snuggle into the pillows and watch movies." The art pieces are backlit 1960s slides that a former boyfriend's father shot in Times Square, put on sheets of Duratrans and mounted on light boxes. Sealy had lighting installed behind
“Couch by window” — smschneid
RW Anderson Homes
Viewridge Craftsman Spec
Ideabooks3,720
Questions3
How deep is the fireplace and how deep are the window seats?
window seats flanking fireplace and coffered ceiling
the depth of window seat here.
window seats / window trim/ plinth block / detailed ceiling
Possible window seat on left side ??????
mantel, window seats
Fireplace with seats
bench seat and fireplace
Window seats and ceiling
under window seating
fireplace flanked by window seat
Fireplace with window seat
window seats opposite fireplace
Fireplace seating arrangement
Fireplace + window seat
Plain fireplace seats
Window seats, ceiling, paint colors
Window Seats...Seat/shelf at side...Fireplace seating...window seat...Seating area...Great bench seats...bench seats in LR...bench seat
“Mirror for family room” — sandrabannerton
Tamara Mack Design
2 Reviews
Tamara Mack Design - Interiors
Ideabooks8,640
Questions16
is one of them. You'd start with a style like this from their line and ask for knife edge back cushions, a bench seat and a waterfall skirt without a pleat. They offer many different seating/fill options as well. Exceptional quality. Lee Industries 3752-03 Sofa
scale of the furniture and its placement. Looks like a small place but many seating options.
Place the largest pieces of furniture first, such as the sofa in the living room or the bed in the bedroom. In most cases this piece should face the room’s focal point. Chairs should be no more than 8 feet apart to facilitate conversation. Unless your room is especially small, avoid pushing all the furniture
to get a seating arrangement right for conversation, where to put the lighting, the best place to put furniture in relationship to the TV for maximum viewing pleasure and much more. I wish we had a mechanism that would automatically lead everyone having a layout conundrum to this article; it’s a fantastic
“boje” — moncuisine
RGN Construction
6 Reviews
RGN Construction
Ideabooks12,573
Questions11
How high is the window bench seat with and without the cushion? It's gorgeous!
These window seats are 20" deep. Thanks for your question!
The cabinet is 15" and the cushions are about 6". The goal was to have the seating height be 18" with the thought that the cushions would condense to about 3" when sat
built in seats for living room
window seat with table surface placement of doors great windows
maybe in back of living room ... add extra seating and storage?
“The telescope” — kateweiland
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