46 three dimensional living roon Modern Home Design Photos

Luke Gibson Photography
7 Reviews
Brentwood Hills Modern Construction
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two level living space - greater dimensional feel without walls
Nice living room palette and arrangement
looks a lot like our living room. grey sofas
storage -could be done with the living room stairs that lead into the foyer or vice versa
Interesting layout. A bit old school with the sunken living room.
functional spaces but also makes them beautiful. Good designers are consummate three-dimensional thinkers and can use their abilities to find special opportunities in a design that might not easily be understood in two-dimensional drawings. Additionally, they are always keeping up-to-date on trends in local
functional spaces but also makes them beautiful. Good designers are consummate three-dimensional thinkers and can use their abilities to find special opportunities in a design that might not easily be understood in two-dimensional drawings. Additionally, they are always keeping up to date on trends in local
“i like the windows on both sides of the room” — Andrea Hershfield
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sunset Overlook
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living roon to corridor
Three panel front door
“the door” — abdulwadood
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
hahn egeland residence
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team members communicate. The vast majority of projects use two-dimensional drawings (as well as written specifications) to communicate a homeowner’s intent to the construction team. This documentation is used to create three-dimensional structures. This sounds simple enough, but there are many chances
“Kitchen island” — Erika Rapa
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Prentiss Architects
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North Bay Residence
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Hello sebastrance, We did not do the project in the photo above. There are a number of ways to attach panels and three dimensional pieces. Which method to use will depend on things like size, shape, thickness, and the desired look. Often straps are cast in and fastened to
really love the steel trim window look, I would do it in three panes, not five and put in double glazed. Must do this.
for living room Window and fireplace
“windows” — janetheisey
Fanny Zigdon Interiors
3 Reviews
Dining Room
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I just fell in luv with this table and chairs but I live in Ireland- what would the chance be of these be sold here.
very thin and very flush to the wall. We wanted it to be a part of the design, not so much a piece of art hanging on the wall. Yet, it's very three-dimensional and there's a lot of depth to it. Overall, it made a statement and determined the entire feel of the space."
Live large. This wall-to-wall photograph is by Italian artist Alex Turco. The homeowner wanted a clean, simple look for the room but also wanted to make a statement. "Part of what we do is get inspiration from fashion," says Fanny Zigdon of Design Loft Interiors. "And this really is a fashion statement
“benches” — marjam5420
Must-Know Moderns
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darker as they recede to the interior. A horizontal plane serves as a sunshade over the windows of the living-dining space, though it seems to be more important in terms of the house's three-dimensional composition of planes.
“Design” — florencechirisah
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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If I lived somewhere very warm
Let's consider this remarkable three-dimensional courtyard. The varying heights of the Cor-Ten steel planters add immeasurable interest. The lower wooden decking, juxtaposed with the steel, provides
“Very concept landscaping--desert feel--different levels” — zoegaik
The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
Cool Dude - Kitchen
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asked for a hint of blue, which we brought in with the quartz countertop as well as in the tile backsplash at the sink," Hanl elaborates. "The three-dimensional wave-shaped glass mosaic, which covers the entire window wall, combines all the colors I used in the kitchen."
Play with proportion. Designed for a bachelor who lives in Victoria, British Columbia, this kitchen features textured Italian laminates in a faux-wood design, offset with stainless steel accents. "The laminates are a good contrast with the area's ever-so-popular oak flooring," Hanl says. "I played with
“Gorgeous! but its laminate” — drpall
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