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179 Diagonal Traditional Living Design Photos
Fort Solonga Family Room
Use of the room diagonally could split a long rectangular
Our fireplace is about where the right window is located. Diagonal sofa placement.
By using the diagonal, this designer increased the overall size of the room and has been able to establish multiple functional areas within the one space.
By arranging this entire living room on a diagonal, the designer created two separate seating areas. This
Candelaria Design Associates
not sure if I want all diagonal, but something to consider
diagonal shelving for dining room
diagonal bookshelf...diagonal shelves...diagonal shelving
Forth Solonga Family Room
furniture and rug on the diagonal w fireplace
diagonal - note the long rug
TV-FP-window. Diagonal sofa. Caption: With or without a corner fireplace as a guide, arranging a furniture plan on the diagonal is an art form. Symmetry is the key to mastering this look. How many furniture pairs do you count
Arranging furniture on the diagonal, with matching pairs
With or without a corner fireplace as a guide, arranging a furniture plan on the diagonal is an art form. Symmetry is the key to mastering this look. How many furniture pairs do you count in this room?
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
Tiles on a diagonal
loor tle on the diagonal
large tile flooring - diagonal
Placement on diagonal
Furniture on the diagonal
diagonal sofa setting
Love that the coffered ceiling runs diagonally
Diagonal instead straight. Ceiling might be one shade darker than room.
like it on the diagonal?
Ceiling on diagonal
Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
Portfolio Photographs - Room in Red
threes being a renaissance trick i don't like the lampshade. otherwise nice traditional room. like the diagonal setting of the couch
Diagonal furniture placement in front of a fireplace
6. Arrange in an offbeat way. Place your furniture differently than the norm: Set it diagonally to create a magazine-ready space.