3,362 rear terrace Living Design Photos

Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Double Gable Eichler Remodel
Ideabooks1,208
Questions4
Glass area in between front section and rear
Here is the view from the living room, which sits underneath the rear gable, back to the open atrium. The continuity of outdoor and indoor realms is undeniable
Here is the view from the living room, which sits underneath the rear gable, back to the open atrium. The continuity of outdoor and indoor realms is undeniable, from the way the space flows through the openings to the
Here is the view from the living room, which sits underneath the rear gable, back to the open atrium. The continuity of outdoor and indoor realms is undeniable, from the way the space flows through the openings to the way the ceiling extends beyond the glass wall and is echoed by the front gable.
“air” — Veronica Sch
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks2,192
Questions3
space with the terrace. Love the connecting door
From inside the house shown in the previous photo, the green roof terrace is a little slice of nature through the glass door. It's a strong draw from the house, with three walls looking upon the terrace.
A green roof terrace with a little slice of nature through the glass door.
From inside the house shown in the previous photo, the green roof terrace is a little slice of nature through the glass door. It's a
walls looking upon the terrace. See more of this house.
"From inside the house shown in the previous photo, the green roof terrace is a little slice of
From inside the house shown in the previous photo, the green roof terrace is a little slice of nature through the glass door. It's a strong draw from the house, with three walls looking upon the terrace. See more of this house.
“Door” — bennyandbrit
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
Ideabooks5,078
Questions3
That the door to the terrace opens completely
a Larkin Street residence in San Francisco. The window/glass wall slides open to connect the room to the large terrace. The best lesson here is that when a view is being framed by a terrace or balcony, it's best to use a glass guardrail. Then people sitting down, inside or outside, can still take in
“Master bedroom patio” — Jorge Avalos
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Luxe Green
Ideabooks364
Questions1
the roof and used for the irrigation of the low water use lawn and plantings. Permeable paving in the front and rear allows water to percolate back into the site. The steep site is terraced with an outdoor lounge off the home, a lawn area and a large deck with firepit for evening gatherings. Materials
“DRAPES” — contemporarytraditionalgirl
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Living Room to Entry
Ideabooks342
Questions0
seeking to transform their outdated apartments for contemporary living. Inside, the living area now extends from the terrace door to the kitchen and an adjoining nook for watching TV. The rear wall of the kitchen isn’t tiled or painted, but covered in boards made of recycled wood fiber, fly ash and cement
from the bed or terrace. Of all the renovation challenges facing the couple, one of the most problematic was deciding what to do with the original parquet floors in the living space. Santalla came up with the idea of staining the existing wood and extending the same dark tone to the terrace floor. “Now
“Low storage cabinet” — merieltj
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks2,583
Questions4
dark framed sliders. terrace/living room. terrace/bedroom.
Nice rear windows
“Windows/doors” — elizlockhart
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Open Concept Living Space
Ideabooks1,539
Questions3
seeking to transform their outdated apartments for contemporary living. Inside, the living area now extends from the terrace door to the kitchen and an adjoining nook for watching TV. The rear wall of the kitchen isn’t tiled or painted, but covered in boards made of recycled wood fiber, fly ash and cement
from the bed or terrace. Of all the renovation challenges facing the couple, one of the most problematic was deciding what to do with the original parquet floors in the living space. Santalla came up with the idea of staining the existing wood and extending the same dark tone to the terrace floor. “Now
“Back supportive pillows?” — sketch23
Sarah Jefferys Design
5 Reviews
Wyckoff Penthouse Living Room and Deck
Ideabooks3,479
Questions7
roof terrace
Sliding door to terrace
Rooftop terrace...Terrace and blinds
“Pisos” — Mariela Acon
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