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Alykhan Velji Design
11 Reviews
Marda Project
Ideabooks12,212
Questions8
Layout Right Angular - good use of space
A stand-alone desk and separate shelving and storage wouldn’t offer nearly as much storage potential as this sleek built-in office. Proper storage space in the form of file drawers and upper cabinets keeps the room looking neat, while the warm wood finish and wallpapered accent emphasize that this is
“Counter space” — Connie Jiang Lydick
Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog
South Boston Living Room
Ideabooks7,577
Questions18
I'm planning on using either MDF or poplar, both 1" thick. The panels will be 1"x12"x72", and there will be four (three joints total). Thanks so much for your
2. Place furniture in a corner arrangement with the foot traffic angling across open space.
The room screen in the corner eliminates the corner wasted space problem.
high ceiling providing more space look.
Bring dead space back to life. This screen draws our eye down the center of the room to the corner, which would be a dead spot without it.
2. Place furniture in a corner arrangement with the foot traffic angling across open space. In this living room, the door opens right into one side, and a console
to put another chair in here, which would have made the pass-through too tight a squeeze. The screen in the corner is also a nice touch in a narrow space because it visually changes the shape of the room a bit, rounding out the corner.Tip: Just say "no" to too many pieces of furniture. We are often tempted
“corner screen” — kdeli
Portico Design Group
2 Reviews
tribeca
Ideabooks1,773
Questions5
Well laid out small space kitchen with ample storage and counter space. Space for dining and living are. I also like the blu dot floor lamp
How to break up space on a single long wall
like the kitchen to dining space to living space
the design for the area which kitchen + dining + living space are connected within a small space area.
“Cocina será rosy” — rocapo
estudio gutman lehrer
Urban Loft
Ideabooks9,997
Questions7
Really interesting layout and use of the space
small but luxurious loft. This beautiful space takes advantage of every spare inch without giving up a bit of polish. There's even a gallery to gaze at above the bed.
Walls filled with artwork and photographs make for focal points that truly personalize a space. But how would you feel if that wall were
In this roughly 45m x 45m space, every square meter is purposeful. As Mariana says, “Every nook and cranny was exhaustedly studied to stash as many things as possible.” And it shows — especially in the artwork on the inclined ceiling. “The idea was for the owner to enjoy this gallery the moment he was
6. Get weird. By thinking more abstractly, you can turn a simple loft space into something mesmerizing. How abstract, you ask? How about putting a gallery wall on the ceiling, as this Buenos Aires, Argentina, bachelor has done. See more: Houzz Tour: Luxurious Modern Loft
“Idea” — akarinteriors
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks9,620
Questions7
integration between the interior and exterior spaces. SOLUTIONS The overriding strategy was to create a spatial sequence allowing a seamless flow from the front of the house through the living spaces and to the exterior, in addition to unifying the upper and lower spaces. This was accomplished by creating
level. The upper level dining room floor was "pushed" out into the reading room space, thus creating a balcony over and into the space below. At the entry, the second floor landing was opened up to create a double height space, with enlarged windows. The rear wall of the house was opened up with continuous
of the house. Interior: The prototypical layout of the split level home tends to separate the entrance, and any other associated space, from the rest of the living spaces one half level up. In this home the lower level "living" room off the entry was physically isolated from the dining, kitchen and family
“Garage doors” — shortytunit
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
Westchester, NY
Ideabooks17,271
Questions10
I'm betting they are custom cabinets made specifically for this space, along with the yellow workspace/countertop
Playroom / kids study off open plan
Love the built in wk space
Desk space with storage- good idea
Basement idea on how to separate bar space.
A built-in desk and shelving make a colorful focal point in this play space. More ideas for colorful shelves
area has a long desk made out of double laminate where the children can draw and work on crafts. The bar and lounge area is visible just beyond this space. The bar itself was made with Eco-Terr, an aggregate constructed of all recycled materials.
“functional” — Daria Protono Crisalli
REFINED LLC
8 Reviews
Master Closet
Ideabooks33,319
Questions12
The open plan through to bathroom
Enjoy the natural light and creative use of space under window area. I like the window seat
This is a nice open-space closet with a square or circular look as opposed to long and rectangular. Would like to have an island counter in the center with drawers. I like the window in the closet as well. Like the space for the full-length mirror and the wide doorway/opening
7. Organized ClosetCreate a celebworthy closet space for Mom. Even if she doesn't have a magical dressing room like this one, a few personal touches can make even a plain closet worth spending time in. Organize clothes by color and type to make things accessible and easy on the eye. Replace any worn-out
“Drawers” — louiethekitty
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Renovation
Ideabooks17,568
Questions36
Small space made to look to comfy and inviting... love the rug which anchors the sitting space lengthening it as well as the picture which centers the room....
Space behind couches, small coffee table
I love the use of this small space
the white couches can be white leather great layout for a small space
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 handled similar space issues. For instance, in a living room
bare legs feels breezy and sophisticated. The eye is able to identify a continuous path throughout the space, resulting in a open sensation even though the room is fully furnished.
“Don't like this drum - too dark for the room -makes it seem busy...” — timcarolynjohnson
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