63,956 split level Home Design Photos

Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
Heatherhill Kitchen
multi-level living space. Photo by Rob Clements
Was this a typical split level? Do you have before and after pics? Exterior pics would be helpful as well.
above the split staircase going to the basement (left side of photo). We chose to maintain the 42" high guard all around for continuity.
glass railing, multiple levels, basement access
Open space in a split level...no glass
Levels! Kitchen to go down into living room
“Island” — jsheppa
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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DANIEL HUNTER AIA Hunter architecture ltd.
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Contemporary SPLIT LEVEL STAIRCASE
open levels with small elevation change.
Love the different levels
Split level in room windows
ceiling and split level
steps and furniture on levels
space, try splitting a level with a small height increase but leave the visual space open. The eye will flow freely between the two spaces, but you will have created two distinct living spaces.
upper level for view
Split level...split level stairs...split staircase...levels, staircases...Split down...split level home...front split level
“low profile wooden stairs in front split level” — meganelizabethbrodie
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
ours is/split level home ...rotate kitchen area itself 180 to be closest to current setup (sort of)
In split number two the blonde wood elements tie the rooms and parts together as the space travels around corners, and the skylight bathes the interior with light. The result: a simultaneous feeling of being distinct and separate while being connected and one.
“Open shelf over fridge” — borquez
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Knollwood Living
change in levels and openness of layout
yet on a split level
Open concept split level
Split level interior
concept split levels
split level ideas...split level
“horizontal rails” — lizbankston
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
like the split level but I have a narrow lot
split level reno sight of visions
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 wood steps ascend to a living space bathed in light from large windows. So what is the space in between? ...
often, split-level stairs look clunky and awkward. These appear to float, underscoring the restful lines and serene feel of the space.
“Split Entry” — Nicole Cormier
Red House Architects
Split-Level Pop Top
low-lying split-level. You can still see the garage, main level, and upper/lower split on the right. We designed a new story above, with turned-gable roof lines to complement the main roof. The entire house was remodeled, plus we designed a screened porch and patio / fire pit for the rear yard. Photo:
disguise the split-level nature of the floor plan. I'm sorry the plans are not for sale. But, thank you for your interest, and best of success to you in your project.
Complete transformation of a split level
Intersting change to a split level
“Everything!” — chrissiepz
SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc.
More the split level I was thinking about
split level staircase
nice split level stairs/room
split levels...half level entrance...split level...between levels...split level stairs...multi level
“Escalera y sala de tv” — norahdez
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
1960's split with the black rod iron-love this--need an affordable solution
A great update to an otherwise boring split level.
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If you've moved into a traditional split-level home, try sleek white and charcoal gray paint to create a modern look. Furniture that plays off the rectangular
“Stairs for entry area in current remodel” — MJ Thompson
Wolf/Viking or Kitchenaid?
Just got a quote for a 36" cooktop and hood, built in wall oven/micro and warming drawer, dishwasher and counter depth fridge all in Kitchenaid brand (we've...
how do I add interest to the house?
I actually like the window size on the inside of the house so that would be something i wouldnt want to change. Im pretty sure shutters will help. Style...
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