15,103 d c Living Design Photos

FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks2,953
Questions2
Washington, D.C., condominium. This beautiful home was designed around an impressive collection, with white walls, modern railings, rich floors and lighting all highlighting the art.
Serious art collectors gave this Lincoln penny piece by Peter Tunney a place of honor in their Washington, D.C., pied-à-terre
“Penny” — mrosstj
CM Glover
Suburban DC - Cahill Residence
Ideabooks551
Questions4
Woodies, in D.C.Chair: modern copy of a Mies van der Rohe Pavilion chair; sofa: custom built; coffee table: The Adore, D.C.
“I” — almehairi_mo
Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design
Georgetown Square
Ideabooks5,615
Questions6
Washington, D.C., area home. Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design created this custom fireplace, demolishing a brick hearth, installing a new hood and flue for the existing chimney, and recessing a perforated gas pipe in the hearth.
Washington, D.C., area home. Shinberg Levinas Architectural Design created this custom fireplace, demolishing a brick hearth, installing a new hood and flue for the existing chimney, and recessing a perforated gas pipe in the hearth.
“fire place” — Gracie Alvaro
Kenneth M Wyner Photography Inc
7 Reviews
Kenneth M Wyner
Ideabooks15,594
Questions3
outdoors, we’d prefer the winged, biting, blood-sucking beasts to stay out. If you live in a climate that’s subject to biting insects, colossal doors may seem impractical for most of the year. Screens are available on most, however. Remember that the track depth will increase for every screen panel you add
Washington, D.C.'s, Travis Price dramatically merges the house with its landscape. Modern houses with glass walls framing horizontal views of the surroundings are nothing new, but designing the house around the trees in the forest certainly is. It's like deflected modernism, something that extends to the use
outdoors, we’d prefer the winged, biting, blood-sucking beasts to stay out. If you live in a climate that’s subject to biting insects, colossal doors may seem impractical for most of the year. Screens are available on most, however. Remember that the track depth will increase for every screen panel you add
“Wow.” — jentorres
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
E. 8th Street House
Ideabooks4,368
Questions5
but I'd make it a landing
Washington, D.C., have historic appeal and are well built. In cities like that, new residents moving into old homes usually remodel the housing stock that’s already available, rather than tear down and build something new and modern. In other words, there’s not a lot of opportunity for a modern architect to
“Lounger” — debiw
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Ideabooks1,512
Questions6
I'd like to meet the person/persons who live here!
Washington, D.C., you would never, ever forget the pink poodles.A tacky object that's taken out of context can feel playful and ironic when the surroundings are right. If this room weren't so sophisticated, the dogs would just look gaudy.
“couchhh” — aidensmommy12
Randall Mars Architects
5 Reviews
Randall Mars
Ideabooks26,547
Questions7
Washington, D.C., living room. Its strong, durable materials and open floor plan also echo living room trends around the world.
“Garage door” — Brian Woolsey
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
16 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks135
Questions0
Washington, D.C. antiques store, this lounge can easily accommodate the spillovers from the loft's main living area.
“sofa” — eberkowi
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