73,971 split level Home Design Photos

Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
9 Reviews
A decent looking remod for a split level...
quad level converstion
updated split level with brick
Split level front balance
Love for split level reface
Split level makeover done right!
basement tri-level...Split entry remodel...Split entry...split level classy...split level remodle...split foyer remodel
“Love for split level reface” — rebeccawright03
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Rattenbury Kitchen
Never seen a split-level Kitchen before!
Great idea for a split-level with kitchen
This is something I thought of for push out so roofline can stay lower... Sunken level (not kitchen)
Split. Quite an exaggerated one, too.
The typical split level places a staircase between a basement and the main living level. The kitchen sits at the top of the stairs and services the attached dining room. This design takes the staircase and moves it to the interior of the home, placing the kitchen in the "pit" and the dining room on
on the sunny, light-filled landing. The kitchen stays light and bright thanks to doses of white and natural light that filters down from the upper level.
“dude. like in North Carolina. dream house for sure. upper eating area. omf.” — Mar Behr
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Arlington Residence
renovation of a 1980s split level house in the Virginia suburbs. Main level includes reading room, dining, kitchen, living and master bedroom suite. New front elevation at entry, new rear deck and complete re-cladding of the house. Interior: The prototypical layout of the split level home tends to separate
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 rooms above, and was only connected visually by a railing at dining room level. The owner desired a stronger integration of the lower and upper levels, in addition
the major spaces on the upper level where they spend most of their time. ExteriorThe exterior entry of the house was a fragmented composition of disparate elements. The rear of the home was blocked off from views due to small windows, and had a difficult to use multi leveled deck. The owners requested
“plain frosted resin panels with black metal railings; blues, grays and beige with green accents” — Jenny
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
This 1970 Split-Level Ranch home underwent a whole-house remodel in 2006. A Home Performance Audit was done to identify areas of focus to bring the home up to maximum energy efficiency and comfort. A 'Systems Approach' to the design and construction updated the homes HVAC, electrical, & plumbing systems
Another split level ranch to consider?
Glass rails in a split level
split entry - rel low cost
the interior spaces for a fresh, new look.More:Make the Most of Your Home's Split PersonalityStep Up Your Split-Level HouseTour a Contemporary Split-Level in Chicago
Whether you are trying to make a 1970s split level work for your style or are building your own home that needs to make the best use of small square footage, take cues from these designs. Play off the traditional geometric lines of split levels, balance the top heaviness of the design and open up the
“paint color front doors landscape” — kimberfeece
Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Arts and Crafts Clarendon Hills Remodel & Addition
This split level addition by Normandy Builders Stephanie Bryant won a "Best of the Best" Design Award from Professional Remodeler Magazine.
This is beautiful! Do you have any photos of the inside space? We have a 50's tri-level and would love to do something like this--maybe on a smaller scale...too bad we're not in your service area! Would love to know what the new floor plan is. Thanks.
This is just about exactly what our quad level reno will look like when finished (hopefully! it's beautiful!)
Do you have any photos from inside? I'm curious about the widows/dormer added on the lower level roof. Is this only to open the ceiling inside? Or is this added living space?
This is so beautiful. Our split has the hip roof also and we were told couldn't add a porch because of roof lines. Think
“Mid modern exterior treatment” — lrhightower
Joel Eckstein
Great 1 bedroom nyc
open riser stairs / split level plan
love the split levels, the openess
Scandinavian palette split level
Interesting Split Level
Really interesting use of levels
split level open plan
Split level! Storage below?
Spare blond wood and clean, pure white give this split layout an almost Scandinavian sensibility. The low ceilings might have made this space feel cramped were it not for the pale palette; as it is, it works
Awesome split level...Tri-level look....Split level...Open split...2 levels...to third level?...ekhtelaf level...split level
“half floor effect” — xygman
Thielsen Architects, Inc. P.S.
Waterfront Residence - Dining Room
Multi level kitchen Columns Addition south of kitchen
Split level rooms and the bar .. Stairs might be risky :/
open split level; island
Woodwork and split levels
good height for split
to back split...Split Level 02...Split level idea...Split level...wood, split level...split level remodle...split level kitchen
“sinked in floors” — tford01
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
how was the railing made? I have a 1960's split with the black rod iron-love this--need an affordable solution
if floor stays at the same level
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If you've moved into a traditional split-level home, try sleek white and charcoal gray paint to create
“Floor and paint colors” — Venera Foti
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