17,352 outdoor furnishings Living Design Photos

Chinc's Workshop
Wylie Court
Ideabooks789
Questions2
Curtain, outdoor furnishings
“balkon” — Idil Akin
Object Outdoors Site Furnishings Inc
2 Reviews
Harbour 3 Townhouse
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Another view from the living room. Copyright Object Outdoors
Object Outdoors Site Furnishings Inc
NZ Builders ltd
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
Ideabooks750
Questions1
close connection to the outdoors. Most of the furnishings in the home are from Scan Desi
Most of the furnishings in the home are from SCAN DESIGNS.
tv and fireplace, indoor outdoor connection
Zealand, so I wanted a clean-looking home,” he says. Like most of the other interior rooms, the living room has a close connection to the outdoors. Most of the furnishings in the home are from Scan Design. NZ Builders ltd Design-Build Firms Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home Leanna
Zealand, so I wanted a clean-looking home,” he says. Like most of the other interior rooms, the living room has a close connection to the outdoors. Most of the furnishings in the home are from Scan Design.
“wood frame wall” — lnilansails
Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Hampton's in the Country
Ideabooks72,723
Questions50
interior design and furnishings on this project, please contact Kate at The Sitting Room furnishings at (952)473-4440 or kate.regan@earthlink.net. Thanks and good luck with your project! Peter
Thanks for your inquiry. For anything related to the interior design and furnishings on this project, please
Thanks for your inquiry! For information relating to the furnishings and decorating, you may contact Kate at the Sitting Room furnishings (952)473-4440 or kate.regan@earthlink.net Peter Eskuche, AIA www.eskuche.com
For furnishings questions, please contact Kate at The Sitting Room (952)473-4440 or kate.regan@earthlink.net Peter Eskuche, AIA www.eskuche.com
For furnishings questions, please contact Kate at The Sitting Room (952)473-4440 or kate.regan@earthlink.net Peter Eskuche, AIA www.eskuche.com
“The dream!” — annagalloway
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks2,439
Questions1
Take away the furnishings and finishes in this room, and you’ve got a pretty humble plasterboard box. The black ceiling adds architectural interest where none existed and makes the space feel far more interesting.
5. To add drama. Take away the furnishings and finishes
To add drama. Take away the furnishings and finishes in this room, and you’ve got a pretty humble plasterboard box. The black ceiling adds architectural interest where none existed and
To add drama. Take away the furnishings and finishes in this room, and you’ve got a pretty humble plasterboard box. The black ceiling adds architectural interest where none existed and makes the space feel far more interesting.
5. To add dramaTake away the furnishings and finishes in this room and
“To make a room look taller paint the tops of the walls too” — revivegirl
Structures, Inc.
Gathering Place
Ideabooks21,465
Questions26
were only the contractor and did not supply any of the furnishings. Unfortunately we do not have any information on the furniture and fixtures. They belonged to the homeowner.
We were only the contractor and did not supply any of the furnishings. Unfortunately we do not have any information on the
“Fireplace” — lindaallcott
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
Ideabooks7,132
Questions7
The clients purchased many original and first run furnishings from George Nakashima. You can read more about the man behind the design here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Nakashima
Indoor-Outdoor Flow It may sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion
Style Secret: Indoor-Outdoor FlowIt may sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American. Midcentury modern homes took advantage of the new passion for bringing the indoors out and vice versa: wide windows, sliding doors, patios. The
Indoor-outdoor flowIt may sound quaint now, but back in the ‘50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average Australian. Mid-century Modern homes took advantage of the new passion
“Chair” — blairrb
Bevan Associates
3 Reviews
Ranch-house Retreat
Ideabooks1,281
Questions2
and expanded the opening to the kitchen to make the place feel airier. He covered the fireplace in travertine to help anchor the space, which he furnished in collaboration with Natalie Ammirato. The homeowner reupholstered the vintage sectional in vivid mohair from Kravet Couture. “She has a fondness
Proportions and LR with folding doors opening outdoors
and expanded the opening to the kitchen to make the place feel airier. He covered the fireplace in travertine to help anchor the space, which he furnished in collaboration with Natalie Ammirato.The homeowner reupholstered the vintage sectional in vivid mohair from Kravet Couture. “She has a fondness
“double seating blue sofa” — grullona
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