32,291 entry seat Living Design Photos

Beth Bourque Design Studio
1 Review
HIngham
Ideabooks1,384
Questions10
Not much. Conversation area is in the way of the entry which should be unobstructed to obtain visual introduction to the whole space. Also, chairs, coffee table and sofa are too close together to be inviting
Entry into the living room.
seat cushions
“Color” — James Williams
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks44
Questions0
room entry
“sofa” — Studio Nish
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Fontana
Ideabooks3,774
Questions2
similarities to entry seating area
Seating arrangement -basement
circular seating
“Red and grey” — lmp1057
Sullivan Design Studio
8 Reviews
Modern classic
Ideabooks9,949
Questions10
(if there’s a lower shelf) even shoes — all the paraphernalia that ends up in our entries. Add seating. Adding a pair of benches under that sofa table takes no extra room, but it gives the option for additional seating or a place to remove shoes if that is your wont. It also adds a layer of design that
Room with no entry hall. Yable and stools againstsofa
Table behind couch with extra seating
sofa table with stools, extra seating, desk ares
No entryway- back up couch, use table with stools underneath to create entry feel
Add seating. Adding a pair of benches under that sofa table takes no extra room, but it gives the option for additional seating or a place to remove shoes if that is your wont. It also adds a layer of design that warms
“shallow shelved on either side of fireplace” — ggdesai
Booth Hansen
Urban industrial renovation
Ideabooks921
Questions3
Use a console table as room divider and hide seating under it
the sectional, what are your thoughts about two blocks or stools that could be used for seating?
Seating behind couch
table /seats/skylights
computer desk& xtra seating
sofa table and more seating
cabinet behind sofa with seating
One half for entry...extra seating
“Decor” — Laci Alvarado
Planika Fires
2 Reviews
Fire Line Automatic at the Sea Tower in Gdynia
Ideabooks5,846
Questions3
Sofa table with cubes tucked under for extra seating
or maybe something like this that allows for extra seating when needed.
seat for living room desk
Extra seating
“lighting” — jagbrar00
The Designers Niche
14 Reviews
Entry & Living Spaces
Ideabooks47
Questions2
Entry & Living Spaces
entry seating
entry chairs...Entry seating
“OMG.” — dalia_e
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
Ideabooks5,302
Questions10
swings in so that its back is against the seating group will create a slight barrier between the two, and will help block sight lines into the conversation area. Standard entry doors are 36 inches wide, and that 3 feet is a boon to creating the feeling of an entry.
Take advantage of the swing of your door. A door that swings in so that its back is against the seating group will create a slight barrier between the two, and will help block sight lines into the conversation area. Standard entry doors
the room (opposite of our current) gives a little more feel of entry. Esp since we will have closet and hooks to the left, I like this idea.
swings in so that its back is against the seating group will create a slight barrier between the two, and will help block sight lines into the conversation area. Standard entry doors are 36 inches wide, and that 3 feet is a boon to creating the feeling of an entry.
“Single width” — e_taylor01
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