639 writer space Living Design Photos

Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks36,147
Questions35
Hi Ms. Gordon, I'm one of the regular featured Ideabook writers for Houzz and a fellow designer in Portland, Oregon. I will soon be publishing
Beautiful space! Where are those screens from. Were they custom made?
living room is roughly 17' x 24' in size with two 5' entrances into the space.
The designer of the living space here created drama on the ceiling with wallpaper and a ceiling mounted mirror
however, this same look can be achieved with a light fixture to illuminate the space.
patterns. "She does not believe in white rooms, so it made it fun to pull the spaces together," Gordon says. Ceiling: custom chinoiserie wallpaper; starburst
While couches take up a fixed amount of space, a pair of chairs adds almost as much seating and endless combinations. A pair
“screen?” — kawargo
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Colour in our Residential Architecture
Ideabooks4,720
Questions3
little deceiving I might say but it's hand-painted by a specialist signage writer who has the skill to do perfect straight lines free hand!!!!
“For the office” — derekg8
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
21 Reviews
Waterfront Mead Point Shingle
Ideabooks140
Questions1
Ceiling for Main level half bath AND Writer's Room
“Rug” — natwhelan
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Begrand Fast Design Inc.
Family Room
Ideabooks2,783
Questions8
Like the creation of different spaces with color, etc.
not really a look I want except that it shows the way the three spaces work together.
Great open family space and setup...family room space. Like the bar stools...multiple area rugs in same space...use of wood on ceiling to define space...OPEN SPACE
“Kitchen layout” — heathermiller10
Chris Johnson
1 Review
Web-Portfolio
Ideabooks3,245
Questions7
I am only the photographer and do not know what equipment or finishes are in the space.
without standing out too much in this open light space. It does offer some contrast, keeping the space from feeling too light and one-dimensional.
light wood ads dimension without standing out too much in an open space
without standing out too much in this open light space. It does offer some contrast, keeping the space from feeling too light and one-dimensional.
equipment or finishes are in the space.
“connectors” — lpcbailey
CHRISTIANSEN DESIGN
Maison design scandinave
Ideabooks1,020
Questions2
I like how the furniture has been arranged in this tiny space
cosy; blue; great use of space; uncluttered; modern mixed with traditional. The entry cabinets to separate from the living space
Furniture, layout, clever use of space....a small space...smalll space...Inviting small space....small space
“play on blues and a light color” — Laura Erickson
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Handsome San Francisco
Ideabooks1,367
Questions3
and the curtains. But a little plaid goes a long way,” says Wood. “In this space they cause the eye to move around the room.” Bar cart blue walls, art rail
and the curtains. But a little plaid goes a long way,” says Wood. “In this space they cause the eye to move around the room.” Wood’s trick for using multiple
and I’ve had many of these pieces for 20 years or more.” Another small-space rule the designer is quick to dismiss is the one about dark colors making
and the curtains. But a little plaid goes a long way,” says Wood. “In this space they cause the eye to move around the room.”Wood’s trick for using multiple
love, and I’ve had many of these pieces for 20 years or more.”Another small-space rule the designer is quick to dismiss is the one about dark colors making
“Everything” — jbyrd16277
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Villa Redferno
Ideabooks3,223
Questions8
love this color and the chairs facing me for the formal living space. Curtains would be great on high windows
In one formal living room, Weston cleverly saturated the space with a single colour, reflecting the intensity of how pattern and decoration was used in
in the Victorian period. He choose a deep Peacock teal to envelop the space and then reflected this colour in the chosen furniture.
shades I love the simple approach to this room. Decorating the whole space in layers of similar-hued petrol, cobalt and indigo blues, which work beautifully
common theme when you are working with colour. The pretty hues used in this space tie the room together nicely.MOREHow to Be Truly Confident With ColourFrom
“Love color scheme” — Natasja Kalkman
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