Houzz is the new way to design your home.
1,728 trends in outdoor furniture Living Design Photos
To search for all words in exact order, you can use quotes around the term.
Example: "trends in outdoor furniture"
To search for all words in any order, add "+" before each word.
Example: +trends +in +outdoor +furniture
Jeffers Design Group
Martis Camp Getaway
cated in picturesque Martis Camp in Truckee, California this second home for a young family is easy, comfortable and fun. A great mixture of industrial chic and warm blankets redefines rustic. No antler chandeliers here! JDG also designed the family's San Francisco residence. Photography by Matthew
Kehoe and in a fabric of the clients choice. Being that they are vintage pieces, there are technically no fabric options, but you can always opt to choose your own fabic for reupholstery, creating endless possibilities.
windows on upper wall and the outdoor view
this is located in nthern climate. because of deck,,,used 'lift and slide patio door.
Go without window treatments - Let the outdoors in. Highlight straight, modern lines of wood casings on windows instead of softening them with window treatments.
Becky Berg Design
built-in cabinets topped with matching limestone. Covered in off-white indoor-outdoor fabric, the matching side chairs invite conversation with those seated on the curvaceous green sofa featuring turquoise blue welt. The industrial cart as coffee table is a punch of surprise while also adding to the
furniture/ console to the left and right of fireplace (how deep)
Fabulous job of not making the fireplace look like a tunnel. Would LOVE to know how deep the furniture is to the left and right of the fireplace...is that where the media is? Trying to figure out a solution for our flat fireplace
successfully (in my opinion). Sorry to keep bothering you...was the client able to keep their electronic media in the cabinets...and one final nit-picky question. What is the width of these cabinets?
Studio Santalla, Inc
Open Concept Living Space
objects, in this case iconic furniture, and artwork to stand out,” says Santalla. “An element of contrast, such as a tone or a texture, adds richness to the palette.” In the master bedroom, Santalla designed the bed frame with attached nightstands and upholstered the adjacent wall to create an oversized
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 the indoor and outdoor parts of the apartment are integrated to create an almost seamless space,” says the homeowner. “The design succeeds in realizing
covered in boards made of recycled wood fiber, fly ash and cement. A row of fir cabinets stands out against the gray panels and white-lacquered drawers under the Corian countertops add more contrast. “I now enjoy cooking so much more,” says the homeowner. “The previous kitchen had very little counter space
Award-winning architect, Sheri Olson, FAIA, founded Sheri Olson Architecture in 2004 to focus on residential design.
Randall Mars Architects
would this design work in an area that has a climate that has cold winters such as iowa?
fun pool house idea - run jump in the pool, play, hop out for a snack
garage door to outdoor space, theme, set up, furniture
I like the beams and lights could do in the garage
windows in the room match the door.Browse more sectional door photos
Popular living rooms came in a wide variety of styles, from very traditional to very modern. Most living spaces had a neutral palette with just a few splashes of color, like this Washington, D.C., living room. Its strong, durable
living room trends around the world.
3. Structural ElementsA home's structural elements can be used to define space too. These beams add another layer of architecture that is exposed in the vaulted ceiling.
CH House Tel-Aviv
bought in ISRAEL. big sofa are about 320 cm long
low horizontal furniture and bring outdoors in
floor to ceiling sliding glass. built in drapes.
make ceiling look higher by choosing low, horizontal furniture
low furniture to make ceilings look higher
Keep furniture low and small lights. Not hanging
long, low furniture like this would look good in the living room
Frank Lloyd Wright often incorporated low ceilings in his Prairie-style homes. To compensate, he often made the rooms extra wide and deeply connected to the outdoor spaces. Using these concepts, and with the right
LOW FURNITURE TO MAKE CEILING FEEL HIGH
Low furniture (and long furniture) makes low ceilings look higher
1. Choose low, horizontal furniture. Keep everything hunkered down low. If you are fortunate enough to have a spectacular
Jeffers Design Group
Located in the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel Valley, the home is a modern reinterpretation of mid-century ranch style. JDG’s interiors echo the warm minimalism of the architecture and the hues of the natural surroundings. Photography by Joe Fletcher
chair in the lower right of the picture be purchased? Thanks
chair in the bottom right of the photo
I would like to know who designed the chair in the center back of the picture.
windows and furniture is a nice blend
angles, wall of glass to outdoor
windows to outdoor covered living space
design seen in Apple," says Rochelle Kramer, a Realtor who specializes in midcentury modern houses. "It's the same appreciation for design seen in midcentury modern." Architect Steven Randel agrees. "If you think about how Apple nearly disappeared in the mid-1990s, then look at their rise to current trend
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Does anyone have ANY information on the furniture ?
love the curtains... couch in l seating... big rug
arrangement of furniture...two couches...two comfortable chairs, two stools easily moved in...light palate
Like the rope furniture by John Himmel
Love the living room furniture and color scheme
custom in camel linen, Diane Bergeron Interiors
DON'T: Follow trends religiously. Constantly redesigning your space to reflect the latest trends leaves no room to insert your own creativity. It can also be both expensive and exhausting.DO: Design a space that contains the classics you love. Then
woven rope furniture adds richness, texture and warmth to the living room. A vintage Lucite coffee table doesn't take attention away from the rich patterns of the window shades, upholstery and rug. Bergeron paired couture Quadrille China Seas fabric in the rope chairs with a striped cotton dhurrie, which
Michelle Miller Interiors
Michelle Miller Interiors
thing' in the glass bowl on the counter?
store in Pittsburgh. I don't know much about the piece or who made it; just fell in love with it.
The sofa is actually vintage and the fabric it is upholstered in was on it when I purchased it. It is a chocolate brown velvet that is very comfortable and indestructible; wish I knew what it was too
Lighting in Baltimore. They are amaing and I just love them in this space.
Too funny! I had someone tell me is is reminiscent of a MILO BAUGHMAN design. There is a great mid century modern store her a in Baltimore that always has great pieces, Orions
intrested in any of them for your home!
Hi Michelle- Thank you for your reply. I looked and looked on Schumacher, but couldn't find the large zig zag. Any idea what the pattern name is? I was curious to see if that had in other colors. Thanks again for your time. Depending on the colors, I may order