344,103 space Home Design Photos

Sasha Lanka
Modern Loft Project
Ideabooks8,145
Questions3
Good use of small space for a desk
Dedicated table space. Away from distraction
like the use of a small space... keep in mind for a small writing nook!
Awkward spots can work well for little office spaces. The floating desk in this bedroom looks great and can act as a writing surface when inspiration strikes.Photos: Browse through more small desk ideas, or find under-stair desks and office spaces.
“that awkward area before entering the guest bedroom- there is a little nook... just put a simple "de” — monicamatczak
Jaque Bethke for PURE Design Environments Inc.
9 Reviews
Flawless Composure
Ideabooks19,480
Questions11
what are the deminsions of this space?
ceiling and brought it directly to the height of the counter which is set at 30" so we could get the most light as possible from the space. The idea was to make the space as open and airy as we could.
Excellent use of space with built ins
Maximize light and using small height space at knee walls
lighting in office/attic space. Soften floors etc and maybe make space for a bedroom/office.
Love the use of this odd shaped space, great area for a home office (for me more than Luis
Make use of odd spaces. Another great setup for a home business, this space takes full advantage of the steeply sloped attic ceilings with built-in desks and cabinets.More Ways to Make Use of the Attic
“attic office?” — lgormleybonanno
Salima Taplin
Pacific Avenue
Ideabooks5,088
Questions7
What a great use of space! This could be my studio!
Great use of a tight space. The wallpaper and the contrast of the chair is great.
Love the wallpaper and use of small space
Using a very narrow right space!
Same space as our upstairs office
Home office space with elegant colours
The use of small space and the bold pattern on the chair.
“I love the wall paper and the overall colour palette” — slosbourne
Designing Solutions
56 Reviews
Sports Themed Media Room
Ideabooks11,557
Questions18
Sound absorption- would be used in a little space..
memorabilia. The stone wall gives the impression that rugged men hang out in this space.
1. A space that’s not too large but not too small. If the space is too small it’ll be claustrophobic and people won’t enjoy — never mind being able to see — the game. If too large, the room will have the feel of one
turned up and there will be clapping, cries of anguish, cheers and more. So if the space isn’t in a bunker you’ll probably want to have lots of sound-absorbent materials such as fabric, carpet and curtains in your space. Of course, this all probably is at odds with having a room that’s easy to clean.
If you have the luxury of space, create a comfortable den to stretch out and watch the game. Decorate surrounding walls and shelves with collectibles from your family's favorite teams.
“Basement” — moeser64
Outhouse Design
3 Reviews
Short St
Ideabooks15,749
Questions10
Could you tell me dimensions of the space please?
Great use of a small outdoor space.
sleek and space saving. Pillows can be put away.
Great yard and use of space
alternative sitting space in the garden
Maximize a small space with a custom fit. A small space filled with lots of small furniture just feels cluttered — you can actually seat more people and increase the sense of space with a built-in bench that fits perfectly.
Plan your space to the square inch. Map out your patio space on paper before
In this small space, the designer squeezed in a grill, a dining area, and built-in planters.
Plan your space to the square centimetreMap out your patio space on paper before
before making any changes – if you measure and plan well, you may realise you can actually fit in more than you thought. In this small space, the designer squeezed in a grill, a dining area, and built-in planters.
“patio” — Daniel Ibarra
Design Manifest
Naomi's House
Ideabooks3,835
Questions6
favorite designers, Mary McDonald. "She does a great mix of glam and chinoiserie, and I aspire to create spaces similar to that," she says. A modern pendant helps ground this dining area in the open space, giving it a solid location in the loft. Dining table: Docksta, Ikea; tablecloth: vintage; pendant: Structube
pattern and playful touches divide up this former factory space according to function. A splash of blue, a swath of wallpaper and a dash of black paint visually divide several nooks and short walls into well-styled work, drinking and lounge spaces. Refurbished vintage finds, including these dining chairs
chairs, add personality without overpowering the colorful space. See more of this loftMore: Browse more photos of Industrial-style spaces on Houzz
“Blue” — cherrielisa
Rendall & Wright
6 Reviews
The Dairy
Ideabooks1,666
Questions2
were hidden on the reverse of the roof beams and the sections sat in a channel which was recessed into the floor. The simplicity worked so well in the space.
without completely shutting oneself away. The beautiful mezzanine living space in this converted dairy allows just that. It overlooks the open-plan living and kitchen space, but its height offers some privacy. The glazed sides keep the space looking light and unobtrusive and, of course, make it safe, too.
shows the type of space I'd like to see as a guest bedroom above the kitchenette in the Great Room.
Detached reading/office area in open mezzanine space overlooking living room
such a cool use of the "ceiling space"
mezzanine living space overlooks the open-plan living and kitchen space, but its height offers some privacy. The glazed sides unobtrusive and
“Colors” — cwendell
mango design co
mango design co
Ideabooks8,983
Questions12
whats the mesurments of the all space of the room,please.
This is a lovely cohesive small space. I was wondering where the grey chair in the sitting room was from? Tx suzanne
this space is so inspiring that i keep revisiting it! i was looking at the table and chair combination and the table is 36" high. does that work with the chair
perfect use of a small space. I really love it.
form and function in a small space
Great Idea for a small space
great use of a small space
can make the difference between a space that feels awkward and one that feels comfortable and homey. In a small space, choose the largest pieces you can while allowing ample room to walk around them. Pieces that are too small will only feel uncomfortable. In a large space, go bigger with the furniture —
“living room” — 邦仁 村元
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™