567 uncluttered Living Design Photos

Diligence International
Agorafocus Fire
cleverly designed with a glass-paneled fireguard so it can can be viewed from all angles. Thanks to its floating design, it helps the space to feel uncluttered, too.
“nifty” — btong40
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
Marblehead Residence
side tables. Add some driftwood and hurricane lamps on top to complete the look and store books and magazines inside the trunk to keep the room uncluttered.
“Stripes and burlap” — cdellpate
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
10 Reviews
Ex Albergo Arnetoli, Loft Conversion
opting for all white is a brilliant way to both unify a space and max the light. This open-plan living, dining and kitchen area feels large and uncluttered thanks to the plain white surfaces. The beams have been left to add wonderful architectural interest, but lightly whitewashed to knock them back
“Clerking color on ealls” — juguryan
Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
contemporary living room
On the other hand, the modern lines of this room are a beautiful and uncluttered backdrop for the ornate armoire and chairs, reaching a perfect balance of textures. Tell us: Have you used an old-new contrasting design in your
“Armoire” — ntimmeriv
Susan Glick Interiors
5 Reviews
Modern Classic Interiors
grounds the room with a medium-pile shag. The designer recommends using window treatments to frame out windows with a little texture in a clean and uncluttered manner. This way they highlight, rather than distract from, the architecture. The drapes here are finely ribbed and French pleated. The window treatment
“Paint color” — cbs820
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Project in Progress
1. Consider that less is moreClear clutter and simplify your space. When you live in a clean, uncluttered home your mind should be free and clear.
“Living room” — llav
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Isobel Schofield
living space inside the entrance — what she calls the "landing strip." An outer vestibule helps keep clutter outside. "Keeping one little area uncluttered [adds] to the sense of order and cleanliness for the entire space — it really sets the tone," she says.
“Layout?” — jcbees
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
Clean, simple and uncluttered. But with a mixture of textures and patterns from the rugs and lots and lots of natural light.
“Huge window” — Ruth Barr
Renovating in Ashburn? Contact a local pro
L & B Enterprises
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
View my projects
MDC Cabinetry & More
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
View my projects
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™