309 path Living Room Design Photos

2fORM Architecture
4 Reviews
Fox Hollow Residence
3 feet of paths for travel from one space to another
6. Don't let paths of travel be an afterthought. Think about how people will move from one zone to the next. Don't forget to think about doorways and stairs
allow ample room for circulation. You'll need at least 3 feet of room for paths of travel.
“Here is another modern split-level design that encourages open-plan living. Notice how the lower lev” — John Harney
California Home + Design
Living Room with Beautiful Fireplace
Also, "Golden Cheetah" from Horchow ... and "Stone Path" is another great one if the colors are right: ...
table behind your couch can help avoid that "floating" feeling.• Notice the path from the door to each seat in the room. Is it a straight shot, or do your
your need to swerve around furniture? Aim to have a gently flowing path to each seat.
“I like the colors” — scottpfeil
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
(the windows by the entrance path seen earlier), but on the right the windows are large. These windows are raised above the path and driveway for privacy and
“Warm colors but very modern” — Derrick Smith
Loudoun County Interior Designer | Best of Houzz
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Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Guest House Living Room
Rock path...Path, pieces w pebbles...Stone and gravel path...Stone path...outdoor path
“similar to your area” — yardtamers
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Modern Perch
disappear, opening this dining space to the ocean on one side and the entry path on the other. A pair of tall urns reinforce the symmetry and axial focus
sidewalk path
“perfect Hawaii get away” — swasiniak
Brenda Olde
Bahamian Open House
Beyond the dock that welcomes you, up a carefully raked sand path lined with conch shells, is the Open House. With vivid hues of the surrounding water
The Main HomeA carefully raked sand path lined with conch shells leads the way from the dock to the main home. Dave's design for the Open House follows
“open style” — ckado
Applegate Tran Interiors
17 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
been very difficult to place and would have blocked the smooth flow of the path through the room.
“Fireplace” — decidedly
Takt | Studio for Architecture
2 Reviews
The Pod
a clear overhead skylight that runs the length of the bungalow, leading a path of light and transitioning from the private bedroom zone to the cosy living
“Love splash back !” — Deborah Retort
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