13,807 split level decorating Home Design Photos

Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister - Living 1
Ideabooks519
Questions1
All furnishings and decorative items were selected by the interior designer on the project, Seldom Scene
Split level decorated in blue and white
“Coffee table” — chsartisan64
One swanky shop
4 Reviews
Debbie Cherry/One Swanky Shop
Ideabooks208
Questions1
split level livingroom decor all coming together with murals which are slightly visible but
wall mural in entry and round table with blanket decor
western decor...balcony and decor
“Couch” — marthahernden
KUBE architecture
25 Reviews
Arlington Residence
Ideabooks10,744
Questions9
Complete interior renovation of a 1980s split level house in the Virginia suburbs. Main level includes reading room, dining, kitchen, living and master
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
visually by a railing at dining room level. The owner desired a stronger integration of the lower and upper levels, in addition to an open flow between the
blocked off from views due to small windows, and had a difficult to use multi leveled deck. The owners requested an updated treatment of the entry, a more uniform
We have been remodeling a split level and this house has been our go to as to what we want the whole time .
“Dream exterior” — teammarcelline
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8 Reviews
Eyremont modern
Ideabooks1,302
Questions3
split level. Our house could do this with lower level out towards back
Split levels....Funky split-level...Split level wooden platform...split level...Split level dining...split level lounge dining...split level extension tie in
“Like the idea of cupboard on low wall” — cbalzer
Re:Placement Design
4 Reviews
Geary Avenue
Ideabooks3,356
Questions1
3. Split-level deck Try a deck with a few levels to create the feeling of different zones
Split-level deck. Try a deck with a few levels to create the feeling of different
seating on one level, a grill on another and leave one open as pass-through space.
3. Split-level deckTry a deck with a few levels to create the feeling
seating on one level, a barbecue on another and leave one open as pass-through space.
Split-level deckingTry decking with a few levels to create the
3. Split-level deck. Try a deck with a few levels to create the feeling of different zones in a small outdoor space — even a slight shift in height can
shift in height can add a lot of visual interest. Perhaps put seating on one level, a barbecue on another and leave one open as walk-through space.
split level deck to increase interest
“Same trees as mine” — motiongirl
South Park Design Build
17 Reviews
Custom Toronto Renovation
Ideabooks1,748
Questions1
Open plan but on different levels
Change of level kitchen to lobby
split level...Split level storage...side level ideas...split design (glass)...split level glass...Glass between split level...Split level with hidden storage
“split level” — mkimberley1
Joel Eckstein
Great 1 bedroom nyc
Ideabooks4,654
Questions1
open riser stairs / split level plan
Spare blond wood and clean, pure white give this split layout an almost Scandinavian sensibility. The low ceilings might have made
I like the open sight-lines, & levels...palette split level...Awesome split level...Tri-level look....Split level...split level open plan...Upper level...The levels...tangga level split
“simplicity” — twasmer
Quezada Architecture
2 Reviews
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks8,691
Questions7
is it possible to see the whole floor plan? I like the split level but I have a narrow lot
open railing and wide expanse of open windows makes this space so classy and celebrates the dreaded split level
keep the split-level view open and safe.
The open door in the bottom right of this photo brings one to stone steps and this intermediate level. Open-riser
Too often, split-level stairs look clunky and awkward. These appear to float, underscoring the
“zen open” — poulesportive
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