27,942 space theme Transitional Home Design Photos

Tim Cuppett Architects
14 Reviews
Mountain House
Ideabooks6,488
Questions5
sleeping space and the living space. i like it. dont like the metal railing but i like the concept
retro plaid rug. This retro look could be cool for boys room with music theme and airplanes?
the entrance and the symmetry in contrast to the asymmetry of the space.
space utilisation...Nice space
“inset carpet” — sandisoup
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Jessica Glynn Photography
4 Reviews
Modern Portfolio
Ideabooks1,221
Questions3
replace the striped fabric on the door with another fabric of a tropical theme
outdoor space. I love how it is fully enclosed yet partially open. It takes a minute to realize that the sides are not windows but actually open space.
Outdoor space
“modern look” — maryjdavis
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Magnolia Renovation
Ideabooks3,916
Questions8
continuous, east-west space, approximately 34 feet long, with cabinets and counters along each wall. The west end of the space has glass doors and views
also has glass doors, leading to a small garden space. In the center of the new kitchen/dining space, we designed two long, custom tables from reclaimed
Seattle. The kitchen design relies on the creation of a very simple continuous space that is occupied by highly crafted pieces of furniture, cabinets and fittings
the display of pottery, the view , there's also an androgynous feel to the space-hard to imagine this in a tudor!
“Sea grass resin panel in front of window.” — serenagilpin
Beth Webb Interiors
1 Review
Lake Chatuge
Ideabooks2,239
Questions8
makes the space very light, bright and happy. The light colored walls and furniture also contribute to the light theme. This makes the space look very
I love the space in general it's so open (:
Arch shaped windows and the open space...Open space...open space, light and airy
“Chairs for living room” — Emma Elliott
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks120K
Questions68
Thanks for posting so much usable info about this space!!! That chandelier is definitely on my "lust list"!
Stonington Grey HC170 is also a great gray tone that works well in many spaces.
classically beautiful living room has a creative edge and would be a remarkable space to relax in. I am drawn to its calming color palette, high ceilings, view
touches of peachy coral will add the perfect touch of femininity in the space.
architecture, I can't imagine anything other than a natural fiber rug to tie the space together.
chandelier adds a very contemporary detail to an otherwise very traditional space — from the old marble fireplace mantel to the heavy and detailed window and
“Wall” — freedahouse
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
6 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Ideabooks130K
Questions69
feet to the length what would you put in that space?
this is identical to the setup of my living space with the exception of 8 additional feet in length
feet on the front is a semi octagon shape so that kills a little bit of space. Do you think that is enough for a good size living room ?
The simplicity of the space. It's modern but still feels comfortable.
“Colour scheme” — dineshri
Bevan Associates
5 Reviews
Healdsburg Weekend
Ideabooks1,371
Questions4
Doing a bathroom in a London subway theme.
maybe a different theme of pictures haha
Black and white theme with pops of color
Color theme
“Everything” — tailarlayne
Kristina Wolf Design
21 Reviews
A Suburban Oasis
Ideabooks1,370
Questions3
The wine barrel sink is Wolf’s one overt indulgence in the rustic vineyard theme. It works beautifully with the lightly striated walls and metal lampshades
off, the mirror has tree bark texture. Tip: If you’re dying to crank a theme up a notch, do it in a bathroom. It’s a fun surprise for guests, and the
The wine barrel sink is Wolf’s one overt indulgence in the rustic vineyard theme. It works beautifully with the lightly striated walls and metal lampshades
it off, the mirror has tree bark texture.Tip: If you’re dying to crank a theme up a notch, do it in a bathroom. It’s a fun surprise for guests, and the
“Baclsplash” — marywesthues
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