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Bramham Gardens, Kensington
using shelves to create a diving between dining and living area
use of shelves to divide room
Open plan Living Dining
open floor plan...open plan kitchen
The open plan living area flows cleanly from dining room through to courtyard. Photo by Peter Bennetts
Other view of open space room
72 The Parade Ascot Vale Victoria Australia
Open plan living meals area with built in storage, highlight lighting and open plan
the shelving - and tv cabinet
They use the glass on the shelving that is similar to the doors in our house, might look good
I am thinking about some floating shelves around our Tv. We have a too much empty space.
open space and a natural feel
Great open space different stone on the fire place
Very open rustic but classic.
Studio Durham Architects
Loft living room/art wall
Color palette, distressed brick, book shelves, exposed piping
Separation in a large open space
Open spaces wooden floors
book shelves...Open air...Open industrial
They look more like the older traditional shutters, not plantation. I like the way these look and also the convenience of being able to completely open the top or bottom shutter. I'm trying to decide between single hung or double hung shutters. We have beautiful views from our windows and hate to have
Kind of cool wall color above the wall shelves
floor plan and shelves and shutters
Shutter that you can open, not plantation
that the shutters are in 2 pieces so you have more ability to open just the top
Double upWho would have thought that a window treatment could be so clever? These double tier, top-and-bottom shutters can open independently of each other so you can control the light and privacy levels as you wish.
Webber + Studio, Architects
I'm curious as to whether these are openable windows / glass doors. We seem to have such strict regulations here in Australia, it's making it difficult to have a fireplace in a window like this!
We were not involved with the purchase of the client's book shelves in this room
windows around the fireplace (and placing the metal chimney on the outside), there's little to block the light and view, so the interior stays more open and bright. The fireplace seems to float in the wall rather than being anchored to one spot by a heavy masonry chimney.