13,425 living room frame Outdoor Design Photos

Bright Green
Succulent Frame
Ideabooks18,115
Questions5
Designed Living Art piece, using Bright Green Living wall planter
like a living wall to me, not a tv or painting.
**Kitchen window view: Living Wall Planter from Bright Green - - - moisture mat planter that makes watering easy, no having to remove from frame to water!
wood frame mounted on wall
using a Living Wall Planter from Bright Green. Bright Green sells planters with a moisture mat that keeps watering simple and doesn't require removing the frame from the wall.
A planted canvas of succulents, designed by Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco, is framed as fine art. The many types of
enliven a living wall, complementing the greenish blues of the glazed pottery in this patio at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. I love how the cool greens pop against the red corrugated siding.
“tapestry” — woolungah
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks2,391
Questions4
Frame the view and create a stage on patio
the textures framed by the cross hatched window
New window for living room site line
Steel Framed Windows - The thinness of these steel frames allows them to become mere two-dimensional grids, almost painterly in effect. The view out becomes flattened, not unlike some modern
steel frames allows them to become mere two-dimensional grids, almost painterly in effect. The view out becomes flattened, not unlike some modern paintings, such as those of Mondrian.
it is framed by an open shutter or a divided windowpane?Emphasize the importance of these perspectives by displaying furniture, plants or ornamentation to create a well-defined scene. While it may be minor in the grand scheme of your landscape, that little stage outside your window is a valuable piece
“Garden” — Sarah Smith
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
1 Review
Timber Framed Pavilion
Ideabooks14,388
Questions11
Timber Framing built the heavy timber portion of this gorgeous poolside pavilion. The heavy timbers are Douglas Fir and the decking is White Pine both stained in the same wood stain. Photo Credit: Angle Eye Photography
I have a new home and my living room and kitchen are laid out in the same area. I bought couches but don't like them anymore. I also want to change paint color. Any ideas on what to do to this room?
used to live in Philly Pennsylvania :)
timber frames so it would probably be best if you were to contact the architect, Archer & Buchanan Architects. http://www.houzz.com/pro/archerbuchanan/archer-buchanan-architecture-ltd
Love the lower, tapered shape as it goes to the chimney. Room for wood necessary? Still like rounded box. Place to sit?
“Floor” — tracy662
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Irvine Terrace
Ideabooks8,112
Questions6
the glass walls to the next rooms
This would be a cool all seasons room if the roof was enclosed in glass.
dining room and the living room.
Fireplace at south end of deck. Nano doors off back of family room.
i love the glass separating the rooms
i like how the dining room opens to porch
Glass wall separates Music setting room
Look at that comfortable furniture...... It's a real living room, outside!
Where fireplace is and side could be open rooms
“Courtyard” — Cynda Lee
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Timber Framed Screened Porch
Ideabooks8,307
Questions4
Awesome glassed-in sunroom is a great added living space!
indoor outdoor living
Timber frame screened porch
retaining walls for sun room
imber Framed Screened Porch
sun room...screen room...Green room...Black window frames...Glass room...fuvkin mud room...room design...glass room...timber framing...of the room?
“sun shed” — cattete
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Crystal Springs Road
Ideabooks1,673
Questions2
on yoga room) because of cost. So I bumped into this and love it! I found tatame mats sold in 3x3 or kits. My room is 12x17 so I would have a couple of feet without mats. These look nicer and longer! Where did you purchase them? Thanks!
meditation room / guest room with murphy bed
During a tea ceremony, guests are usually seated on cushions or a tatami mat in an otherwise stark room. Design elements like tables and artwork are oriented at a much lower
stark room. Design elements like tables and artwork are oriented at a much lower height and accented with little more than sliding, shoji screen partitions and views of an outdoor garden or courtyard.
“Inspiracion asiatica” — Massiel Navarro
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,075
Questions4
Open up views. Thoughtful pruning or editing can make room for a beautiful distant scene. Instead of cutting down a large tree that may be obstructing
Everything. Outdoor living at it's best with total
shelter and frame it, scaling down the immensity of the sky and focusing attention on the green and the hills beyond.
Live oak thrives and looks best with other California natives and Mediterranean plants, such as manzanita, ceanothus, lavender and rosemary. Pruning out whole branches can control the size
to our lives. We were made to be in contact with nature all the time. This terrace takes advantage of the surroundings and blends nature in by adding plants to the concrete area, using earthy colors and just making it simple.
“Space” — beceastgate
Mullin Landscape Associates, LLC
Mexican Inspired Old Metairie Residence
Ideabooks1,548
Questions4
do not live near one, here is their website: http://www.restorationhardware.com/
Great way to expand living space
roofing material above window in living room
patio extending from center of house out into yard; dining area as you come out of house; living room facing water feature at end of patio
outdoor extension to the living room
extend the living space of her home to the outdoors,” says designer David Abadie. “The multiuse space we created incorporates a living room with a fireplace, a dining room and a full-service kitchen. She is as comfortable here as she is inside.”Abadie says that since the room is adjacent to and clearly visible
from the living areas of the main house, aesthetics are important, too.
“table with colored chairs” — celynag
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