2,429 tv in living room Staircase Design Photos

Lucid Architecture
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Pigeon Creek Residence
oak flooring used on wall - for in back of tv
Living room upstairs view
Stairs turn into room
“3rd level stairs” — Mabel Caraos
Steven Gambrel Time and Place
Cement tile floor, tv, small space
Floor tile, tv/couch, black window, black and white stairs.
tv, cozy seat under the stairs, window
dark and cramped kitchen, Gambrel removed a closet and installed windows and built-in bench seating. The twist of the staircase is now a feature of the room that adds to the kitchen’s relaxed ambience.
“Stairs” — jenleclair
Vanguarda Architects
Vanguarda Architects
around an inner yard that integrates natural light to the different environments. The kitchen, the dining room, the gallery and the sitting room are aligned and overlooking the lagoon. The sitting room has a double height, incorporating the stairs over one of the sides of the inner yard and an in-out swimming
wider perspectives at the rear of the lot and without limits to the environment. Aligned on the front façade are the garages, study, toilet and service rooms: laundry, pantry, one bedroom, one bathroom and the barbecue area. This geometry created a long path towards the entrance of the house, which was designed
just from its privileged location in height but also from its sides made of glass towards the exterior and towards the double height of the sitting room.
“梯道” — 焜揚 陳
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Stairwell idea to go from the first floor to the second, it will come upon the family entertainment room, and then hallway to all bedrooms
Living room...Tv room en haut?...Family room...Room in first floor...Tv stand...tv room
“be” — grida
Ber Murphy Photography
Sag Harbor Residence
stairs and tv room
wall-mounted TV...Fireplace and tv...Tv built in...Tv unit...Tv storage
“interesting materials!” — anton2
Shannon Malone
How do I hide my t.v.?
Want to wall mount t.v. Inconspicuously.
Another solution to concealing TV's is TVCoverUps. Framed art (including your own), mirror or panel provides the focal point of the room, with the TV, wires, and Entertainment consoles hidden beneath. Check out our houzz for more info.
We have ours in some shelving. There is a lot going on in the shelving around it and the TV is black, so, you really don't see it unless it is turned on.
The tile detail on the stair risers adds even more lively color to the home. Svoboda-Spanbock designed the stairs to look like a waterfall when someone is standing at the bottom and looking up. The top has more oranges and yellows — representing the earth — which gradually fade into more greens and
“Outdoor/garden stairs idea” — josephine_maggs
Anne Fougeron
Fougeron Architecture
where can i get the live-edge wood? I love the idea
live edge counter top. Totally yummy!
A piece of live-edge wood softens a stark modern room with just the right amount of nature and warmth.
Love the natural shape of the wood and the break through between the two rooms.
wood slab slice for window sill between rooms
A piece of live-edge wood softens a stark modern room with just the right amount of nature and warmth.
“Bar opening” — robinbradford
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
open then closed living room storage
offers a visibly prominent zone for us to shift perceptions in rooms. Here that zone begins on the right as one enters, with open shelving above and closed cabinetry below. It quickly transitions to a more solid zone as one enters the living area beyond. The architects have used this to create two spatial
stair area, the cabinetry is more open, which enlarges the perceived width of the space. Second, in the more open living area, it becomes more solid and a backdrop for the activity of the room.
A skylight can also be found above the straight-run stair just a few steps inside the front door. Beyond is the living room we saw in the previous photo. We can also see guardrails that look like the exterior screen on the front of the house. While they look the same, they are actually different, something
“floating shelves” — ggandrea
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