1,154 glam living Living Design Photos

Mindful Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Energy Efficiency Model Home
Ideabooks884
Questions5
little of this, a little of that. Round out your style by allowing yourself to think outside the box a bit. Just because you are mostly traditional, glam or modern doesn’t mean you can’t also be a dash rustic, vintage or cottage.
little of this, a little of that. Round out your style by allowing yourself to think outside the box a bit. Just because you are mostly traditional, glam or modern doesn’t mean you can’t also be a dash rustic, vintage or cottage.
“Floor” — Kyla Wilkinson
frank pitman designs
7 Reviews
penthouse
Ideabooks2,076
Questions8
Contemporary penthouse with stunning view. The conversation area of this living room sits on a custom raised platform covered in shag carpet, thusly, the view can be enjoyed from the seated position. Built-ins surrounded by windows wrap the corner area, which includes a bar, reclaimed wood shelves that
chairs for kitchen around fireplace or extra seating in living room
“Butacas” — yadira3404
Tara Dudley Interiors
Boulevard Loft, Hollywood CA
Ideabooks977
Questions2
“I like the curtain separating the workspace from the bedroom. It's good for small spaces” — mahalia17
Axelrod + Stept Architects
4 Reviews
G House in collaboration with Pitsou Kedem
Ideabooks10,881
Questions10
Where can I get the living room tables?
Love the living dining kitchen layout
Set meja mkn lawa n simple. Susu atur ruang mkn n living room bgs
like layout of kitchen/dining and living with location of pool.
Large open glass doors, creating a huge space for kitchen living room area looking on pool
High ceiling living area
Living room with access
Kitchen dining living
Living room...open living room
“Living room” — mana__bh
Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Toro Canyon Residence
Ideabooks1,725
Questions5
extend the space of the living room to the patio as they shade these living spaces.
This might be the living room in my dream house
it’s clear what the room and architecture are oriented toward. The wall and roof extensions visually extend the space of the living room to the patio as they shade these living spaces.
Love windows & outdoor living area as part of indoor. Not sure about cement
it’s clear what the room and architecture are oriented toward. The wall and roof extensions visually extend the space of the living room to the patio as they shade these living spaces.
“Living Room” — simbolo1
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Port Washington Residence
Ideabooks8,139
Questions7
I could really live with this. Forever!
Perfect ceiling for farmhouse living room.
Orientation is what we want for living room. Left l shaped couch with 2 chairs on
Narofsky kept the living room ceilings open to give the impression of greater height. Steel beams are capped with reclaimed wood from New York City brownstones. "The rich quality of the wood adds a lot to the space and refers back to the Pacific Northwest look," Narofsky says. The fireplace wall has
“ceiling” — constance21
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
LivingLight
Ideabooks1,163
Questions2
Kitchen has bar to living room for coffees etc, and around corner, to dining room.
Kitchen dining room / living room
layout of living room
living room...The Living Room
“Doors” — saryy
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa Powell / New Leaf
Ideabooks1,516
Questions2
The high ceiling in part of the living room
Love the living room color palette
Long living space in front of kitchen - change ceiling height to create distinction
ceiling transition over kitchen to dining/living
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Scott and Melissa Powell and their kids, Caden (7), Carter (5), Avery (2) and Ainsley (7 months), and their dog, KobeSize: 5,719 square feet (531 square meters); 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 half bathsLocation: Lake Highlands neighborhood in DallasYear built: 2013The o
open-concept living room enjoys grand views of the front and back of the property. This is the second home Scott has built for his family. The couple feels that this will be their “forever” home; but Melissa also acknowledges, “If we’ve learned anything, it’s that we don’t plan life — it does its own
“Wood wall” — gilbertc06
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