10,667 practice space Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Zak Johnson Architects
1 Review
Bayview House
Ideabooks5,395
Questions3
Maybe Maple is more practical than white
Shoe storage underneath, lots of cabinet space, extra hooks for keys and small items, drawers and counter space... Though I fear that these would be turned into junk areas
Back door mudroom with laundry and pet space
Door n practical space
“Mud room” — jorgeram
Christopher Morlan Architect PLLC
Spanish Mission Residence, historic renovation
Ideabooks90
Questions1
elegant touches to practical space with color
“Bedroom door is fun!” — Rebecca Mitchell
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
7 Reviews
Laguna Hills Country French Manor
Ideabooks9,200
Questions7
Fabulous room and great use of space. Would you share the room's dimensions? Thanks.
Having the ability to practice golf in my house, great idea!
neat for practicing golf swing! Such a great add to a media room!
officer for Toll Brothers custom home builders, says her company is seeing a dramatic uptick in the amount of requests for extra man space. “Men are carving out space with a lot of technology, surround sound, wet bars, exercise equipment, steam, saunas, wine bars and storage,” she says. "It's almost
“Golf simulator is a must!” — bamurdock
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Office
Ideabooks865
Questions3
your room was in this location, facing this direction, had windows this size ... In Houzz Tour Vanessa Brunner wrote techniques that have been in practice for centuries in Provence were used to plaster the walls. I wonder if you might know if the technique has a name? I love everything French, especially
Santalla hired local craftspeople to replaster all of the walls, using techniques that have been in practice for centuries in Provence. Radiant heat keeps the terra-cotta tiles cozy underfoot.
large floor tiles make space look big
Santalla hired local craftspeople to replaster all of the walls, using techniques that have been in practice for centuries in Provence. Radiant heat keeps the terra-cotta tiles cozy underfoot.
“Shelf with candles” — ilizete
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,621
Questions7
I live in a pretty typical and boring 1960s split-level home. Although I don’t have a photo of the space, I am renovating and wondering how to create a better flow and connection between rooms and levels? Any suggestions?
the walls. Regarding the sharp corners, they are not difficult to replace except that it can be time consuming specially if you do not have too much practice at it. However, not knowing the architectural style of your home, again it's hard for me to recommend for you to remove the sharp corners. It you
Smith. I've seen such a paint split on rounded corners. Even done really well, it's not ideal. There are a lot of ways to bring color in to make a space feel different, like art, rugs, textiles.
“smooth white interior walls” — rossigirl
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
Ideabooks1,312
Questions2
piled up 1 foot to 2 feet against a tree trunk. I never knew my city was riding over a fault line filled with mulch magma, but apparently it is. This practice will lead to disease and trunk rot and tree death. Personally, I prefer the park-like look of trees with no mulch — trunks coming straight out of
piled up 1 foot to 2 feet against a tree trunk. I never knew my city was riding over a fault line filled with mulch magma, but apparently it is. This practice will lead to disease and trunk rot and tree death. Personally, I prefer the park-like look of trees with no mulch — trunks coming straight out of
“Дом в Тоскане” — iva_v_cheshkah
VM Concept Interior Design Studio
9 Reviews
Memorabilia Sports Bar
Ideabooks15,370
Questions9
can recreate this looks without much built in work; plenty of space for tv's
Non-essential add-on: A galley kitchenette. Practice chili cook-offs with an adjoining bar counter where your pals to keep you company while you cook. This sports-themed man cave is a great setup.
materials is cork as it’s easy to keep clean and the tiles are easily replaced if damaged. Another option, if the space is in the basement, is stained concrete.
A whimsical, casual space is perfect for mixing it up. This fun sports bar seems meant for a little playful mixing and matching. The bar
everyone pitches in to clean up). Now it’s time for the dreaded post game cleanup. A sink and dishwasher nearby will come in handy. And though the ideal space would be easily hosed down, that’s probably impractical for most of us. Easily washed down, mopped surfaces will do the trick. Vinyl tile, linoleum
“the bar the wall art” — grlstylst
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
Ideabooks4,892
Questions5
What are the dimensions of the grassy lawn space?
Fence and brunches making a separation of spaces
lawn that's just right for entertaining. But I see a perfect place to do cartwheels, sprints and perhaps even enough room to set up target archery practice.
Lawn Space
“Ideal” — dalana01
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