8 rooms for dog lovers Modern Hall Design Photos

Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
better than carpet or wood for four kids and a dog…..
The floors are beautiful. Would you recommend them for a new house that has 4 small kids and a dog? Are they high maintenance floors?
great room
“Limestone” — dbanana949
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
these kinds of varying elevations or split levels in our house. and in my room. nice doors too. look into: fifties split, by this architect
check out screen for carpet cout show room
Modern Japanese room
Dogs rock, pebbles...Japanese room...Spa room
“large stones” — nini0711
Kara Mosher
Narrow hallway and entrance to great room
"...stained concrete floor..." perfect for the dog
Arredondo's sweet dog, Sandy, shares the unique space with him. The stained concrete floors
I like the light colored stained concrete floor. Matches the dog. :)
Arredondo's sweet dog, Sandy, shares the unique space with him. The stained concrete floors are perfect for his paws.
“concrete floor color” — ways
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Rasmussen Construction
4 Reviews
Swing-on lights for fun in the hall
Sam Allen had a customer who really liked his dogs. “So much so that we designed a dog-only powder room,” Allen says. “It could be accessed from outside through a dog door and also from inside through the door inside the home. He explained that his dogs preferred to drink from the toilet more than from
from any other source, so we left the seat off the unit, and his dogs actually learned to flush the toilet to be sure to get the freshest possible drinking water.”Equine dining. Dogs aren’t the only animals that get treated like family members. Heather Alton of New England Design Elements worked with
Center Stage Interiors had a less pleasant experience with one of her clients’ requests. “I was asked to turn a formal living room into a home gym,” she says. “It was the first room seen upon entering the house, so I suggested placing the gym in another area. They didn’t like that idea, so I didn’t take
“swinging down the hallway!” — Sarah Leonard
Greeson & Fast Design
3 Reviews
South Florida Family Estate
Keeping the owner's dogs out of the living room required custom designed gates.
custom gates dog security grand entrance
Esherick House, Louis Kahn
Esherick House, living room and balcony. Photograph by Matt Wargo
kind of a neat railing idea. Keeps the dog drool & nose prints off of potential glass.
The double-height living room opens up considerably to the east and to the yard behind the house. Unlike contemporary houses with expanses of glass, like Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House, Kahn provided shutters for controlling the sun; here we see some of them open and some of them closed. The tall
sculptor who worked in wood. He started to develop interior woodwork for the house, but got only so far as the large oak beam spanning the length of the room at the second floor. Kahn designed around the beam, using large pieces of oak with T-shaped keys for the dividing wall and guardrail.Unfortunately,
“belo projeto cimento queimado - interno” — Estilo
Pioneer Millworks
Fairport New York Timber Frame Home with Reclaimed Flooring
beech/maple has a lighter color that will brighten any room. It typically shows signs of previous life such as insect marks, and may have a blush or two (a faint pink tinge) in places. A great flooring choice for high traffic areas or dog & kid occupied rooms.
“Railing” — toshlahy
Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Belfast Residence
Custom cedar barn door at laundry room. Architect: Drawing Dept Contractor: Camery Hensley Construction Photography: Ross Van Pelt
“wood pocket door” — em1027
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