263 path Living Room Design Photos

California Home + Design
Living Room with Beautiful Fireplace
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narrow 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 need to swerve around furniture? Aim to have a gently flowing path to each seat.
“I like the jut out and then add built in's on the side in wood that would bring in the entry doors a” — tiffy111
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Guest House Living Room
Ideabooks4,852
Questions3
Path, pieces w pebbles
I've the stone path way
Rock path...stone path outside...Path love texture...outdoor path
“Walk out” — fkokids
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks3,050
Questions6
fireplace serves like a hinge of sorts: To the left the windows are clerestory (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 also set back by a small terrace (access to it is just visible on the right
“Colors and tones” — Kim Pimmel
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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2fORM Architecture
3 Reviews
Fox Hollow Residence
Ideabooks8,233
Questions5
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 as you allow ample room for circulation. You'll need at least 3 feet of room for paths of travel.
“Split level” — lolly000
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Modern Perch
Ideabooks7,548
Questions3
Roll-up doors 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 of the single point perspective.
Side if house concrete path
granite path...slate path...sidewalk path
“ㅇㅋ” — boko8686
Fieldcrest Builders Inc
1 Review
Lake Bluff custom residence
Ideabooks9,542
Questions13
seating group within the open plan. Alternatively, you could just use a chandelier in the dominant grouping, to give it more prominence. A circulation path hugs one wall — a good solution for narrow rooms. Allow a width of at least 30 to 36 inches for easy passage.
seating group within the open plan. Alternatively, you could just use a chandelier in the dominant grouping, to give it more prominence.A circulation path hugs one wall — a good solution for narrow rooms. Allow a width of at least 30 to 36 inches for easy passage.
“Floor” — jpresetar
Brenda Olde
Bahamian Open House
Ideabooks5,232
Questions4
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, sea breezes, and classical music flowing freely through it – the home is stunningly beautiful. The home is adorned in every corner with maritime souvenirs
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 Parker's philosophy, which, he writes, “emphasized horizontal space, openness and projecting roofs that would connect with nature and the tropical e
“Nice and airy looking.” — Sizer Lisa
Applegate Tran Interiors
10 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
Ideabooks3,497
Questions8
furniture to create space for circulation. A straight sofa here would have been very difficult to place and would have blocked the smooth flow of the path through the room.
“Curved sofa” — jbadgley
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