1,099 railroad Home Design Photos

Sogno Design Group
1 Review
California contemporary
railroad tie
Railroad Tie Steps
“Shady layers” — Stells Belles
Tongue in Cheek Antiques
Home in Provence
The Massets have added accentuating details that might go unnoticed to the eye because they correspond beautifully with the surroundings. Note the railroad tie border around the terrace, and the old cut stones around the tree.
I like the idea of reuse of railroad ties and gravel to landscape my back yard. I'd also like an eating/sitting nook by basement side door and tulip tree.
“I like rocks!” — suzie172
MusaDesign Interior Design
6 Reviews
Millennium Tower Loft
The length and railroad track patterned stripes on this rug emphasize the length of the space.
“Rug” — scootbug11
Shannon Malone
My Houzz: A Multifunctional Dining Room
[eclectic]Anyone laid back and normal [coastal]A weary traveler [rustic]I prefer to eat with just the family [traditional]Someone who has worked on the railroads [industrial]Anyone who brings a nice bottle of wine [french country]Dinner? We only do cocktail parties [midcentury modern]
“Restoration hardware dining chair” — debra251
Paddle Creek Design
1 Review
storm mountain ranch house
Log. A log mantel like this one almost one-ups a railroad tie for authentic rustic style. The log pictured here has had a portion of the top carefully sawed off to create the perfect shelf-like platform. Design tip: While installation might be tricky, finding a log of your own to use for a mantel is
“Perfect fireplace” — Christy Litster
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
trellis fountain. The water flows into a small creek along the garden before it's collected in two underground 1,500-gallon cisterns for irrigation.Railroad lanterns: vintage, clients' own
“I wanna frame this” — jadesapt
Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Planning Your SpaceFrom tiny one-room studios to railroad apartments, not all small spaces are created equal — get a handle on the best way to arrange furniture in your space by scoping out how others have
“trim on fireplace” — victorrmtz27
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
REX House
fixtures from a salvage yard. "They were missing the glass panels, but I thought that looked great and decided not to replace them," she says.A vintage railroad sign above the mirror is a reminder of what things cost years ago. Mirror: Goodwill; shower tiles: Fireclay Tile; countertop: concrete in Coal Grey
“Retro metro bathroom” — danroache
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Land & Water Design
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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