10,532 room & office Patio Design Photos

Ken Linsteadt Architects
Mill Valley
Ideabooks3,205
Questions4
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choose to put the office off the master on the 2nd floor, a little deck off of it overlooking the property would be really cool
house is constructed in an L shape. One leg is composed of a two-story structure that holds an entry, a family room, an office and bedrooms. large
deck upstairs over downstairs room/garage - like roof line (pergola-esque)
first of many revelations. The house is constructed in an L shape. One leg is composed of a two-story structure that holds an entry, a family room, an office and bedrooms. While the street-facing front of the house presents a poker face (it’s pleasing but doesn’t give away much), large windows and doors
“Outside patio” — aosh
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Barn Retreat
Ideabooks658
Questions3
The dogtrot provides an open-air entry that receives light from the cupola overhead. A catwalk connects a bunk room to a sitting room/office upstairs. "We kept the catwalk as open as possible so that it did not block too much light from the cupola," Pylant says. "The industrial
The dogtrot provides an open-air entry that receives light from the cupola overhead. A catwalk connects a bunk room to a sitting room/office upstairs. "We kept the catwalk as open as possible so that it did not block too much light from the cupola," Pylant says. "The industrial
The dogtrot provides an open-air entry that receives light from the cupola overhead. A catwalk connects a bunk room to a sitting room/office upstairs. "We kept the catwalk as open as possible so that it did not block too much light from the cupola," Pylant says. "The industrial feel is an interesting
“the catwalk” — nanra20
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks580
Questions0
bones of a room (art room, office, etc)
FANTASTIC OUTDOOR ROOM BETTER THAN A DECK OR GAZEBO.
love this modern outddor room
garden room
“i like the timber lined backing. think i want a bbq that has the glass panel at the front for cookin” — kerriehend
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Schwanke Architecture
Pool and Cabana
Ideabooks16,017
Questions11
Idea for over living room and office windows
cottage feel, but a sweet treatment over the door. maybe an auxiliary patio off the office or treatment in the garden room
Would like over dinning room window
idea for master room doors...
Outside garage room
“trellis” — cksykes
Murray Duncan Architects Inc.
1 Review
Berkwood Residential
Ideabooks68
Questions0
exercise room with kitchenett and bathroom by pool
Great views. Huge pool. Pool house is large. Guest room or office possibly in pool house too.
“Sun loungers” — susancokerbell
Heidi Hornaday, Architect, P.C.
2 Reviews
The Cabin
Ideabooks43
Questions0
Log home was updated for year round use with an addition that included an Entry, connecting to a new two-car garage, Master Suite, Dining Room, Office, Bunk Room, and Screen Porch. Careful design consideration was given to maintaining the original cabin aesthetic, including the exterior materials and
“colors” — cmpacker79
Studio Shed
7 Reviews
Southern Twins: 2 Studio Sheds attached
Ideabooks43
Questions0
music room...home office...guest room
“Studio Shed design” — furball
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Montlake
Ideabooks19,278
Questions1
and topped with a skylight that provides daylight to the middle of the house. The broken-down garage in the back was transformed into a light-filled office space that the owner-architect refers to as the “studiolo.” Bosworth raised the roof of the stuidiolo by three feet, making the volume more generous
way a house was built in 1926 is not for the way we live today. Architectural pop-outs serve as window seats or garden windows. The living room and dinning room have been opened up to create a larger, more flexible space for living and entertaining. The ceiling in the central vestibule was lifted up
This would be my craft room
always loved the idea of having a studio that could double as an indoor/outdoor dining room. Triple French doors connect this indoor space to the outdoors.
“the maps on the wall are stunning” — anitasubash
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