88,892 room with a view Modern Home Design Photos

Sheri Olson Architecture PLLC
6 Reviews
Sheri Olson
Ideabooks5,006
Questions2
Living & dining room with sliding doors to deck. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider.
Wow! Amazing view. Great floors. Fantastic furniture.
What a great room with a view
Beautiful room with a VIEW TO DIE FOR!!!
ng view of an alive/active city!
White trim Just kidding I had to save that view!
Chair for dinning room
Living room and view. Romantic
Seattle views and open windows
Dinning room opening up
Seattle view!...Stunning View!...this view is great!...View, table...Love the view!!!...The view!:))))))...My dining room...Chairs with a view...Framing the view...Dining room...Seattle view...Beautiful view...city view...Great Room
“view” — Dana Rewalt
spfa.com
Dafna Zilafro
Ideabooks31,537
Questions14
Is that a real view or just a wallpaper on your windows?
Look at the place dias0928...the owner of this living room can obviously afford this view!
I love this what a view
wow..........this is the view that will wash away my tears.What a beautiful place to enjoy life. Absolutely beautiful!
Has a beautiful view, water on river stones, lights that give the room, a mansionous feeling.
Huge living room - city view
So simple but stylish....and the view!
Good example of floor to ceiling windows and large living room.
Furniture set up and the view
notice the outdoor lights...makes for a nice view!!!!
architecture. That is not necessarily true. This living room has a lower ceiling height. The floor-to-ceiling glass extends the height and opens the space to the extraordinary views. The interior space is uncluttered, and the room is decorated by the view.
“Wooden floor” — ashishsachdev
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
Ideabooks4,312
Questions4
Would like desk with window view Like colours but not carpet
In another part of the Larkin Street residence, a room provides two views. The one on the left parallels the living room. But the one on the right looks towards the harbor, instead of the bridge. This small opening allows the person sitting at the built-in desk to be distracted by the water and boats
“study table” — shraddhajn
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks19,098
Questions8
Large telescoping doors disappear to connect the living room to the terrain beyond creating an open corner.
It has the best view ever
Floor to ceiling windows, patio view
Knocking out both walls would allow the view of the beautiful garden and could build the deck around the house.
I love that the whole wall is missing so you can focus on the view. I also love how the dark floor contrasts with the white.
What is there to say about a room with two open walls overlooking rolling green hills except, "Sigh."
This house, on the other hand, opens up to an expansive horizontal view of Mandeville Canyon east of San Francisco. Still, the view is broken up by columns that alternate with trees in the foreground
“Paisaje” — Lola Ramos
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Mason Residence
Ideabooks703
Questions1
We added large picture windows and corner windows without posts to make sure the 360 degree view was uninterrupted.
cheap doors in lovely room :(
In the next two photos (although the spaces are a bit modern and sparse for us), I like how green material is used on one item to bring the trees into the room and connect the outside with the inside.
in this room is going for light, bright and airy. The metallic, skinny legs on the sofa, the chairs and the tables let all of that natural light bounce all over that room. The green stone on the fireplace surround bring the trees right into this room. If you had one of these rooms with a view, what direction
“Anchoring by fireplace/wall” — jennymc1
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Fontana Interior
Ideabooks8,142
Questions11
where is the view at the back??
Thanks! I'm looking fornsome ideas for our home which faces East and has great views across the sea and we would need some shading from the bright sun.
This room is too white, it is what
Where can I get this view to paste outside my window?
A quilted headboard and view of the sea keep this bedroom on the soft side. Layering various white textures is a good way to be sure that your room won't seem too clinical.
This sleek bedroom has a wall of windows for admiring the view of the bay and Alcatraz. This bed sure looks
this room: adding wall-mounted shelves that serve as nightstands without taking up floor space.
Make the view the star For rooms with
with a view (this one would take some beating…), a undistracting, clutter-free white bedroom makes the perfect space in which to lie back and simply take in the great outdoors. Crisp tiled flooring and the most minimal of fixtures ensure this scheme is easy to keep clean and tidy (a must for any white bedroom)
“Maybe with a pop of colour?” — lilyhorne
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks59,402
Questions19
Is this room open to the outside? I love this look!
Who makes the coffee table? Stunning room!
Photos of blue and red rooms
This room, with this huge window, and that amazing tree - it is so stunning. How in the world did they make such a huge window and how was it delivered to the site?
This could be a roll-up garage door, in the "up" position, meaning the room is open to the outside in the photo. They have these at Stone Brewery and Gardens in San Marcos, California-- beautiful!
Colours; layout; use of space; view
The glass window wall so u can see the pretty view
Love the feeling of the room being part of
A room with a view. It's natural to want a point of view when we look through a window or door, but this exceptional home is so fully integrated into the landscape that it's hard to
“outdoors idea” — dear2asha
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Four Seasons Contemporary - Living Room
Ideabooks587
Questions3
Four Seasons Contemporary - Living Room
I'll bet that balcony has amazing views
Fireplace centered in room, flanked by drapes
Amazing downtown view with equally amazing mod design
or in an apartment overlooking the surrounding skyline, maximize your fantastic view by blurring boundaries, opening windows and mimicking the scenery around you.More:Old-School Design: Frame Your Garden ViewRoom With a View: Designing Around a PanoramaIndoors Looking Out
“Sofa” — ranjitkochhar
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