380 Pennsylvania Living Design Photos

Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
24 Reviews
Hobbit House
Ideabooks2,469
Questions4
Hobbit House Located in Chester County, Pennsylvania
'Hobbit House' in the Pennsylvania Countryside
craftsmanship.Timber framing: Summerbeam Woodworking, Oxford, Pennsylvania; interior and exterior millwork: French Creek Woodworking, Elverson, Pennsylvania; lighting: Vintage Lighting, Malvern, Pennsylvania
4. 'Hobbit House' in the Pennsylvania CountrysideInspired by the quirky hobbit dwellings in J.R
R.R. Tolkien's books, this incredible home in Pennsylvania embraces the fantasy of these stories but brings it into a practical realm for the family who owns it.
“Half circles within A frame” — catherinewoodman
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Farquar Lake Residence
Ideabooks16,960
Questions12
The stone is a Pennsylvania Bluestone (Blue/Blue color). The lower portion of the fireplace surround are slabs with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped
The stone is a Pennsylvania Bluestone (Blue/Blue color). The lower portion of the fireplace surround are slabs with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped
Tin veneer snapped face stacked stone from Diaz Stone & Paller in Pennsylvania
“stone face” — Terri Bennett Allied ASID/Periwinkle Interiors LLC
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
24 Reviews
Villanova Residence - living room
Ideabooks63,879
Questions54
the area that traditional mill the woodwork for arched panels and casings. We custom designed the millwork and Lititz Planing Mill out of Lititz, Pennsylvania produced the millwork for this home.
the area that traditional mill the woodwork for arched panels and casings. We custom designed the millwork and Lititz Planing Mill out of Lititz, Pennsylvania produced the millwork for this home. In our experience, we do not recommend any composite trim or moldings. They do not look natural as wood.
9. Updated traditional Pennsylvania home. Despite all of the stunning furnishings in this space, the dramatic coffered ceiling is what initially drew many Houzz readers to this living room. However, the mix of prints and patterns — from zebra to paisley — is another inspiring touch.
“Minus the zebra print” — Deborah Tallman
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks4,977
Questions5
sofa and built-in underwindow bookshelves are the big draws in this Philadelphia sunken den. See more: My Houzz: A Paean to the 1950s and ’60s in PennsylvaniaCocktail table: vintage Adrian Pearsall
“w/windows” — maryelizabeth
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
East-meets-west in San Francisco's Russian Hill
Ideabooks15,395
Questions21
When it comes to natural upholstery, Pennsylvania designer Sherri Blum says one material stands head and shoulders above the rest. “Making the investment in leather is always my number-one reco
“Pillows and poofs” — biancasumm
John Bynum
2 Reviews
Northcove
Ideabooks678
Questions5
They are real. Pennsylvania hand hewn oak.
Beams are perfect. Pennsylvania hand hewn oak. How about Tx
“Beamed ceiling” — janemorr10
Taste Design Inc
6 Reviews
Fair Winds
Ideabooks18,939
Questions17
Can you tell me if that is Pennsylvania Bluestone around the fireplace?
Pennsylvania blue stone fireplace w/wood
“fireplace looks bigger with surround differing from wall finish” — Greig Andersen, Architect
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks641
Questions1
A Paean to the 1950s and '60s in Pennsylvania
“Doctor's Office” — androidlove
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