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Modern Bedroom
Ideabooks2,981
Questions5
what is the color of this room?
I like this tailored version of the sofa bed for the guest room/study/game room.
Mud room lighter orange
guest room orange walls
bedroom/activity room lighting idea
LIVING ROOM...Media room...Living room couch...guest room
“Customized seat depth. Dwi” — myberger
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks15,220
Questions7
toward the water, with a 40-ft. long glass wall facing the spectacular beauty of the lake. The cabin is composed of two simple volumes: a large open living/dining/kitchen space with an open timber ceiling structure and a 2-story “bedroom tower,” with the kids’ bedroom on the ground floor and the parents’
Beautiful design! How high is that glass wall? Also, what is the depth of this room?
very much like... but where they have the other island, I'd have the family room space...but this is a great bump out towards the south end of the house...
Non-traditionally decorated sun room. No wicker.
Open glass concept walls that makes the room feel so exposed yet caved in
are an element in the woods, which is why you don't see large decks here. "Instead of adding decks where the family would be eaten alive, the main living space and its operable windows can serve as one large screened-in porch," Finne says. He sourced the wood from a mill down the road. The floors are
“Looks like new buffalo” — bermanetts
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
define space with design elements
Ideabooks10,913
Questions8
Why is this included in Vancouver dining rooms?
One room have really high ceilings?
Light fixture ball room. Bring ceiling down!
I like the beam that separates the kitchen from the dining room.
designer has chosen a blocky wood table in a dining room full of rectangles and squares. The Globus chairs and their big curves add a bit of relief from all of these straight lines. The cylindrical pendant lights are the only other element in the room that add a circle. Tip: When planning out your furniture
and accessories. If straight lines dominate, throw a few curves into the mix. Light fixtures, lamps, area rugs, poufs and chairs all can round out a room.
In a room with lots of straight lines, add a few curves — like the ones on the chairs here — to keep the space from seeming too inhospitable.
“lighting kitchen” — zviasadja
David Coleman / Architecture
13 Reviews
Meditation Pavilion
Ideabooks3,381
Questions2
I used to live in Brinnon on the Olympic Peninsula and now I live in Southern Louisiana. My house is a rectangular 12x30 (360sq ft) space. I want to create an organic and rustic climbers hut and surfers shack with the kind of vibe you feel in the forest in WA. I follow a Buddhist
nature element along with professional support from a Lifepace designer to guide you every step of the way. You receive inspirations in color scheme, room theme, layout, furnishings, energy alignment and other elements of sacred space to lend balance & harmony with nature. Journey the Medicine Wheel:
Would be an awesome art studio, office, party room, etc...
“Studio” — bobrfidget
Red Princess Productions
Clipper Street
Ideabooks3,394
Questions2
To carpet or not to carpet the kids rooms...
Cool organization for the room, colors.
Love the feel of this room
you received as a gift? Pass it along to someone who will appreciate it. It’s time to reclaim your space.Tell us: Are you the parent of a little one living in small quarters? What is your biggest space challenge?
“Love the modern old concept” — chaniville
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
Organic Modern
Ideabooks2,323
Questions3
A dated 1980’s home became the perfect place for entertaining in style. Stylish and inventive, this home is ideal for playing games in the living room while cooking and entertaining in the kitchen. An unusual mix of materials reflects the warmth and character of the organic modern design, including
soaring custom-built shiplap cedar entryway. High shelves accessed by a sliding library ladder provide art and book display areas overlooking the great room fireplace. A custom 12-foot folding door seamlessly integrates the eat-in kitchen with the three-season porch and deck for dining options galore. What
This is a lovely room. I am curious about the dimensions of the cubbies. Height and width? Depth of just the hanging area and depth of the seating. Height of seating? How high is the ceiling. What kind of wood is for cabinetry
“Back of garage?” — jklossne
Moshi Gitelis - Photographer
A House at Caesarea (Architects: V-Studio)
Ideabooks3,322
Questions6
Hi, I love the modern/traditional juxtaposition in this room. I'd like to work toward a similar effect in my own dining room (I have modern furniture but a wood paneled Victorian room). What does the space facing the dark wall contain (where the photographer is, presumably)? Is it
it light, making the dark wall an accent? Or is it also dark? Is the ceiling dark? And finally, how much light does this room get, and from what direction? My room has a huge north facing window, and I'm concerned that dark walls would be too much in a light space. Thank you in advance!
wanted to say this room is perfect. clean. dressy. simple. low profile. elegant. striking. classy. modern. well done.
Hello, The Dining Table is situated in the public area of the house. This area contains the kitchen, the living room and the dining table at the same space. All the other walls and the ceiling are white and there are large glass doors that face east. There is a
“Dark wall drama” — newreux
EM DESIGN INTERIORS
6 Reviews
Modern Nursery
Ideabooks5,680
Questions4
Here you go... http://www.cb2.com/knitted-graphite-pouf/f7379 Hope that helps, great room. Charmean Neithart
Love the colors for a baby room.
Beautiful colour scheme for kids room
clients also wanted the room to be completely presentable when the door is left open, so the furnishings inside the space can easily be found in someone's living room or bedroom. It doesn't scream 'baby.'"Eames rocker: DWR
Knit poufs are hot right now. This one, in a kids' room, adds textural depth
3. Put all the pattern in your curtainsGo with a big baby-inspired pattern on the curtains and leave the rest of the room neutral.
“Couleurs” — Genevieve Filiatrault
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