167,138 simple line Home Design Photos

Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks13,150
Questions14
Add simple geometric shapes like circles, orbs, cylinders, waves; no scallops or curlicues!
Contemporary design mantra...lines, planes, and angles...simple lines oriented along a strong horizontal-vertical axis
lines of counter/island w its overhang
Secret: Simple LinesRepeat after us: lines, planes, angles. Now make it your mantra. Contemporary design is oriented along a strong horizontal-vertical axis, from architecture to furnishings. The structure of a space becomes an integral design component on its own. But also consider... Does that mean
true to simple geometric forms: circles, orbs, cylinders, waves. Leave the scallops and curlicues to your more traditional friends.
“Island” — fitz21
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
10 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks1,312
Questions1
Very simple and easy construction but has a lot of appeal
Simple, clean alignments and forms.
Simple classic design
Love the simple design
with its simple lines and red-painted front door, is a clean version of the traditional New England home, although some might say that its lack of an overhang and minimalist detailing makes it more Cape Cod.
clean lines...elegant line...Simple exterior...Clean lines windown...design lines...roof line
“White cape cod” — rebeccaannlong
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Chicago Co-op Bedroom
Ideabooks2,196
Questions5
Glamorous lighting. The lighting during the art deco era was sleek and dramatic, with bold but simple lines. Many fixtures were made of glass and chrome, and were etched
bold but simple lines. Many fixtures were made of glass and chrome, and were etched or enameled with ancient motifs for additional detail.
dramatic bold simple lines glass chrome etched or enameled w motifs cream barrel shades
clean lines that bring the look into a contemporary living space.
drapes behind bed. lines overall of room. 2 tone desk.
bold but simple lines. Many fixtures were made of glass and chrome, and were etched or enameled with ancient motifs for additional detail. Get this look: Choose streamlined lighting with clean lines. Tapered chrome lamp bases with simple white or cream barrel shades, like the ones in this room, pay a subtle
“end of bed chairs” — Cherrone Ryan
DC Metro Area Luxury Doors
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Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern Garden/ Green Roof
Ideabooks2,047
Questions1
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into
see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features.
Clean lines. no hodgepodge look.
see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features. Though the low-growing plants, such as the blue fescue (Festuca glauca), are not fully grown, we can see how they are perfect for creating the definition required between
“Linéaire” — Genevieve Millette
Adrienne DeRosa
1 Review
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks621
Questions1
ified lines come together to create dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior of the home. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy roof lines, this home was designed to mimic the leaves of the Tulip Poplar trees, some of which still remain on the property. Adrienne DeRosa Photography ©
Simple lines come together to create dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy rooflines,
Simple lines come together to create dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy rooflines, he designed this home to mimic the leaves of the landscape's tulip poplar trees, some of which still remain on the property.
“Planters” — ginger2snaps
Teton Heritage Builders
1 Review
Lost Creek
Ideabooks3,255
Questions3
emphasis on simple lines, but graphic, colorful fabrics — often woolens in deep, warm reds — are added, and the accessories speak of the prairie rather than the barn. There are often Native American influences and architectural details that utilize natural stone and rough-hewn logs and beams.
emphasis on simple lines, but graphic, colorful fabrics — often woolens in deep, warm reds — are added, and the accessories speak of the prairie rather than the barn. There are often Native American influences and architectural details that utilize natural stone and rough-hewn logs and beams.
emphasis on simple lines, but graphic, colorful fabrics — often woolens in deep, warm reds — are added, and the accessories speak of the prairie rather than the barn. There are often Native American influences and architectural details that utilize natural stone and rough-hewn logs and beams.
“Love the red chairs and rug.” — noel4824
janicemarie
Canadian Cottage
Ideabooks12,976
Questions8
for a simple base for this sink.
washing line or metal curtain line. Then fasten your curtain to the panels on either side of the opening.
15. If you have a modest older house, can you use modest materials in the remodel? Less can be more in some cases; it often works best to highlight the simple lines of a house rather than fight
“the sink skirt.” — dlb2311
RemodelWest
11 Reviews
Willow Glen Bathrooms
Ideabooks7,161
Questions4
one simple line of accent tile connects the different areas of the bath to one another. a tile with rhythm like this one really stands out in a narrow stripe.
Simple clean line of accent tile.
e one simple line of accent tile connects the different areas of the bath to one another. A tile with a rhythm like this one really stands out in a narrow stripe. Tip: This is a great way to make the most of a more expensive tile. Very few square feet will pack a graphic punch.
“I like the sliding glass door and accents.” — Kelley Erwin-Holden
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