1,243 elevator Living Room Design Photos

Rockefeller Partners Architects
Living Room
Ideabooks8,599
Questions3
The elevated kitchen and the low bookshelf behind the couch. Would have the tv so it could be watched in the kitchen as well.
I like the idea of elevated kitchen with counter then dining area
Modern style. Elevated kitchen.
elevated kitchen
“Love the raised kitchen” — sweetphoenix
Angela Free Design
San Francisco Pied á terre
Ideabooks2,426
Questions6
pedestrian cabinetry. Now, with the addition of simple shelving and pendant lights, they’re an art display space. Rustic pottery pieces by Laura Kirar are elevated by Plexiglas stands and bases and highlighted by pendant lamps. “We often have these kinds of stands made for artwork,” says Free. “Lifting the pieces
pedestrian cabinetry. Now, with the addition of simple shelving and pendant lights, they’re an art display space. Rustic pottery pieces by Laura Kirar are elevated by Plexiglas stands and bases and highlighted by pendant lamps. “We often have these kinds of stands made for artwork,” says Free. “Lifting the pieces
With the addition of simple shelving and pendant lights, they’ve been turned into an art display space. Rustic pottery pieces by Laura Kirar are elevated by Plexiglas stands and bases and highlighted by pendant lamps. “We often have these kinds of stands made for artwork,” says Free. “Lifting the pieces
“Chairs” — Nikki Gallagher
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
Ideabooks6,717
Questions3
about this living room shouts "classic," except the art wall, which whispers "unconventional." I love the formal framing of informal sketches, which elevates the art and smooths the transition between abstract art and a traditional room.
On its own, each of the works above the mantel would be too small to fill that slice of wall. The solution? Elevate one, then prop the other to create a sense of motion and even out the visual weight.
“Heart above the fireplace” — kdslayton
Arthur Dyson Architects
7 Reviews
Kelly Residence
Ideabooks3,460
Questions4
Elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them. The light wood flooring contrasts sharply with the
elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them.
Elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them. The light wood flooring contrasts sharply with the gray tile
Elevation changes are great places to change the flooring and define areas without dividing them. The light wood flooring contrasts sharply with the gray tile, giving clear definition to the two levels.
“tile to wood transition on stairs” — wong2254
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
Ideabooks19,734
Questions11
Not too fond of the furniture but I like the elevated area with book shelves.
This home has a wide-open floor plan, but the modern library space is demarcated by a change in elevation and rich dark wood. Using shelves that go only halfway up the walls as well as glossy ivory flooring keeps things light.See the rest of this home
“a few steps to separate rooms” — cmwdream
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Knollwood Living
Ideabooks2,405
Questions3
this is how the living room should be in an elevated level connected to kitchen in our case the kitchen should be in a differently elevated level too
Elevation of dining table (one step)
elevated living
“Multiple seating areas in a long narrow room” — gjmacy
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks2,960
Questions2
This coffee table appears to float, so elevating the chairs above the floor is the right move.
elevated table
“Hanging table” — adilsaleem
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Ideabooks4,753
Questions10
"Mountain Ash" is used on the elevator column and fireplace mass, and the exterior. Visit the web site of Telluride Stone Company, Denver for more information.
McAlear used the same stone on the fireplace and elevator shaft surround. This connects the inside and outside and provided a warm, rich palette to use throughout the home.
“Interesting layout, nice colors, pretty stone” — dkvulcan
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