6,809 den Living Room Design Photos

Warmington & North
1 Review
warmington north
Ideabooks2,114
Questions5
Picture wall in den ( not ducks though!)
Softens a dark wooden den
Pine walled den...Den good look...Den option.
“bird prints” — cswanson60
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo Living Room
Ideabooks49,022
Questions18
durch alte Balken aus Douglasie – eine Reminiszenz an den für Kalifornien typischen „Spanish-Revival“-Stil, der auch die Architektur des Bungalows prägt. Das dunkle Altholz wirkt als Gegenpol zu den eher kühlen, weißen Wänden; zusätzlich verlängern sie den kompakten Raum optisch. Eine Wand dient als Galerie
“My couch and pic wall” — annem32
Tracery Interiors
Kids Den
Ideabooks7,470
Questions9
A built-in bed doubles as a sofa in this Kids Den space in a beach front home in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. [photo by Michael Granberry]
Den/guest bedroom combination. Maybe through the
Den perfect 2 comfy chairs, day bed hidden shiplap on back wall
Den - coastal but sophisticated chairs
7. Hidden agenda. Set a daybed behind a wall of draperies in your den for extra sleeping space. Den by day, guest bedroom by night.
“I love these chairs for my bedroom” — evangelacole
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Fall House
Ideabooks1,205
Questions4
front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom.
front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom. The idea was to have the living room covered in natural materials, rather than Sheetrock. The wood drop-down
front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom. The idea was to have the living room covered in natural materials, rather than Sheetrock. The wood drop-down
“floors” — tinic3
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks5,352
Questions5
The sunken den, off of the foyer, receives abundant light from a bank of windows. This portion of the home was added on in 1968 after the original owners requested more space to accommodate their growing family. Bobbie found the 1950's sofa second-hand for $10, and had it reupholstered. She chose
A single-piece 1950s curved sofa and built-in underwindow bookshelves are the big draws in this Philadelphia sunken den.
A sunken den off the foyer receives abundant light from a bank of windows. This room was added in 1968 after the original owners requested more space to accommodate their growing family. Bobbie bought the curved 1950s secondhand sofa for $10 and had it reupholstered in durable Crypton fabric to save
“Sofa shApe” — katship
Altius Architecture, Inc.
North Kingsway Residence
Ideabooks1,112
Questions0
width of the house; valuable sight lines would have been lost with the framing and surfaces of a typical solid wall. The door on the left leads to the den. The one on the right leads to a study and a powder room.
width of the house; valuable sight lines would have been lost with the framing and surfaces of a typical solid wall.The door on the left leads to the den. The one on the right leads to a study and a powder room.
width of the house; valuable visual lines would have been lost with the framing and surfaces of a typical solid wall.The door on the left leads to the den. The one on the right leads to a home office and a bathroom.
“look” — vspsimon_88
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Living Room 5
Ideabooks1,551
Questions3
Ceiling is nice, how can we have a ceiling like this in the Den?
very small reading room/den
Den with chandelier, bold moldings
den, leather panels...Cozy den
“Wallpaper?” — dustinandamyfrye
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Eclectic Amsterdam Apartment
Ideabooks736
Questions1
The founder of her own interior design business, Studio Nest, van den Kerkhof loves to mix several design styles. “An interior is an extension of your personality,” she says. “I think it’s boring to stick with just one style.” This cognac leather armchair was a lucky find on the Dutch secondhand site
2011 hat Van den Kerkhof „Studio Nest“ gegründet, ein Büro für Interior Design, Farb- und Lichtberatung. Aber nicht nur beruflich, auch privat kombiniert sie gerne
: „Deine Wohnung ist eine Erweiterung deiner Persönlichkeit“, erläutert sie. „Ich finde es einfach langweilig, alles im gleichen Stil einzurichten.“Den cognacfarbenen Ledersessel entdeckte sie auf der niederländischen Secondhand-Seite „Marktplaats“. Mit Zeitschriftenstapeln in Griffnähe und einem großen
“chair” — emmafick
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