Houzz is the new way to design your home.
138 10 feet ceiling Midcentury Home Design Photos
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
Akari Model 10A Floor Lamp by Isamu Noguchi
Can you tell me aprox. how tall the ceilings are, and what size this space is?
low ceiling can feel cozy with the big windows.
Lower ceiling, still alright...rug low ceiling
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
accommodate their growing family. Bobbie found the 1950's sofa second-hand for $10, and had it reupholstered. She chose Crypton fabric as a means to save the
has a curve instead of being Square. The person who has it bought it for $10 at auction.
their growing family. Bobbie bought the curved 1950s secondhand sofa for $10 and had it reupholstered in durable Crypton fabric to save it from their cats'
Beauty is one thing, but smart storage in the bathroom is a joy forever. Incredible bathroom storage found in the...
The dark wood Marabou tailored vanity is a nod to traditional craftsman charm that brims with classic American Design
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
is the space between the wall cabinets and the island? looks like 3 1/2 feet? Many thanks!
what paint color and are the walls and ceiling the same color and sheen?
Love the floor to ceiling windows in the kitchen
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
bare feet space...The ceiling
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
children, Ava (6 years old), Lola (4) and Otto (18 months) Size: 2,000 square feet; 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Location: Dallas modern living room by Sarah Greenman
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
The pool was replastered and renovated. Previously it had 5 feet of concrete around it on all four sides. Crawford cut up the slabs and used them for garden
floor-to-ceiling windows...floor to ceiling windows
Spanish + Mid-century Modern
inviting. Love the way the seat bottoms taper underneath, more floor space for feet!
stained glass in top cupboards - stained glass ceiling drop in basement - not exactly the same but simlar concept
CORNER APPLIANCE GARAGE, CEILING CABINETS
Dallas, TX: Stolp
What color did you paint the ceilings? Thanks!
with ceiling structural beam- likely to be more expensive.
one continuous space, you may be able to hide a structural beam in the ceiling (also called a flush beam). This will create a seamless transition, but
structural beam may be more costly than a beam that protrudes from the ceiling. This detail typically lends itself to more modern design.