2,118 homeowner Living Room Design Photos

Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Bowman, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
Ideabooks4,992
Questions13
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This gorgeous floor is the result of some creative value engineering by the homeowners. While they were hoping for wood, it just didn’t fit the budget. Concrete was a beautiful alternative that will allow them to easily install wood
chocolate brown takes the cold commerciality out of the finish, creating a cozy and relaxing space. Tip: Amy Simmons of Greenbelt Construction advises homeowners to embrace the cracks and color changes that will eventually happen to a concrete floor. “That’s the beauty of concrete floors: Nobody else’s floor
“I like both the big fan and the concrete floor.” — Will Franklin
Raad Studio
NoHo Duplex
Ideabooks1,962
Questions2
The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use, she slides the entire bookcase out of the way over the staircase on the left.
The homeowner can access books and records from a flo
The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use, she slides the entire bookcase
Biblioteca blanca corrediza 1 The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use, she slides the entire bookcase
The homeowner can access books and records from a floor-to-ceiling bookcase by pulling out a nearby ladder. When it’s not in use, she slides the entire bookcase out of the way over the staircase on the left.
“Storage wall” — 1934
Marcus & Willers Architects
6 Reviews
Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
Ideabooks557
Questions2
There are numerous loft-like spaces in the house that the previous homeowners had attached ladders to so their kids could climb and play. The current homeowners removed the ladders and are looking for artwork to occupy the spaces.
There are numerous loft-like spaces in the house that the previous homeowners had attached ladders to so their kids could climb and play. The current homeowners removed the ladders and are looking for artwork to occupy the spaces. The fireplace is original to the home. The two-sided design separates
“George Nelson saucer lamp....” — jmanley1
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Gurfinkel
Ideabooks772
Questions1
interior with a cut sheet of stainless steel bent to fit. To save money, the 4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective shimmer. The fireplace update cost about $550.
interior with a cut sheet of stainless steel bent to fit. To save money, the 4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective shimmer. The fireplace update cost about $550. and daybed
interior with a cut sheet of stainless steel bent to fit. To save money, the 4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective shimmer. The fireplace update cost about $550.Daybed: 19th C. French Empire
“Daybed from RH” — weixie101
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
REX
Ideabooks1,817
Questions2
Buddy could do this Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving
Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving
Reupholster vintage chairs with burlap sacks and blue jeans. From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving
“all” — Jackie Bello
Stiff and Trevillion
House Bloomsbury
Ideabooks1,017
Questions4
Bell, Stiff and TrevillionSize: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsA garage on the left-hand side of the property provided Bell with the perfect solution to the homeowner’s concerns regarding the front door. “We created a hallway where the garage used to be and moved the door so it’s much less intrusive,” he says. “There
sociable and uncluttered space that’s perfect for entertaining,” says Bell. The gleaming white walls and minimalist Minotti furniture nod to the homeowner’s penchant for art and graphic design.
“Living room layout” — kevinhuynh
Habitat Studio
15 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks2,366
Questions7
trying to save money on design actually can cost homeowners far more in the end, in dollars and frustration. Homeowners often underestimate the cost and complexity of a renovation or new home. The cost of the design work on a project is something that homeowners may consider skimping on to save money, but
6. Consider Construction Implications Before You Start During a recent remodel, one homeowner (who was working without a designer) realized that opening up the main floor of her house required a structural engineer, which caused delays as she searched for an engineer and he did his drawings. So it’s
“Yellow chair” — asibong
CM Glover
1 Review
Capitol Hill Row House
Ideabooks1,442
Questions5
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
“japanese style” — Lydia Au
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