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Enfield Road
Enfield Road
Purple Bike Design
Molly Sydnor
Living room - contemporary formal carpeted and gray floor living room idea in Baltimore with blue walls
Byrum Remodel/Design Plan: Transform 4 Rms. into Open Floor Plan Kitchen & Den
Byrum Remodel/Design Plan: Transform 4 Rms. into Open Floor Plan Kitchen & Den
Blue Envelope Designs, LLC
This is a 1800's home located in the Downtown Historic District. The client desired to transform the existing 4 rooms, built of original plaster walls, into an open floor plan style kitchen, family room/den and powder room. The new space needed to be highly functional to accommodate this young family. Having a pool in the backyard, kids, dogs and a lot of future entertaining planned, porcelain tile plank flooring was used to cover the decaying original hardwood floors. The distressed wood-like flooring allowed for ease of maintenance, while still blending with the style of the house. Margaret Volney, Designer and Photographer
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Rikki Snyder
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2013 Houzz
Example of a classic family room design in New York
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Traditional cabin
Traditional cabin
Tracie B
Family room - traditional family room idea in Other
Large Family Room, Den & Wet Bar
Large Family Room, Den & Wet Bar
Forte Building Group, LLC
Home theater - traditional home theater idea in Nashville
Byrum Remodel/Design Plan:To transform 4 Rms. into Open Floor Plan Kitchen & Den
Byrum Remodel/Design Plan:To transform 4 Rms. into Open Floor Plan Kitchen & Den
Blue Envelope Designs, LLC
This is a 1800's home located in the Downtown Historic District. The client desired to transform the existing 4 rooms, built of original plaster walls, into an open floor plan style kitchen, family room/den and powder room. The new space needed to be highly functional to accommodate this young family. Having a pool in the backyard, kids, dogs and a lot of future entertaining planned, porcelain tile plank flooring was used to cover the decaying original hardwood floors. The distressed wood-like flooring allowed for ease of maintenance, while still blending with the style of the house. Margaret Volney, Designer and Photographer
Alison's Den
Alison's Den
The Yellow Cape Cod
This project is a great example of how the details make all the difference in a space. This room began as a family den that had all the key elements needed for the space to function, a desk, a tv console and a brand new sofa. However, it felt unfinished and under appreciated. My client, Allison called upon me to pull the room together, unify the existing pieces and finish of the space. Adding the final layer of art, accessories, drapery and family photos, attractive storage and a collections of heirlooms brought style and personality to Allison's den. Photography and design by Sarah Macklem of The Yellow Cape Cod
In Plein Air
In Plein Air
Ken Linsteadt Architects
Tuscan living room photo in San Francisco
Euclid Residence
Euclid Residence
R Brant Design
Family Room, Den
Inspiration for a modern open concept living room remodel in Dallas with black walls and a standard fireplace
Emily Ruddo Design
Emily Ruddo Design
Emily Ruddo
family friendly den/family room. Design by Emily Ruddo, Photo by Meghan Beierle-O'Brien
Family room - coastal family room idea in Los Angeles
Upper West Side Residence
Upper West Side Residence
Jarlath Mellett
Photography by Tria Giovan
Trendy great room photo in New York
Aspen Bungalow
Aspen Bungalow
Zone 4 Architects, LLC
Arts and crafts family room photo in Denver
Mason Lake House
Mason Lake House
First Lamp
The genesis of this project is rooted in the cabin’s connection with the site and the views of the lake. The large expanse of glass creates a sense of the water and nature coming into the main living space. The exterior forms speak to a traditional notion of shelter while paying homage to its surroundings by using natural materials and colors that blend into the environment. The design moves are simple with a small metal box serving the adjacent gabled volume much how a rural out-building supports a home. The living space and kitchen are open to each other and allow the view to dominate and direct the design. A layered wood structure creates a tree like fabric over the living room with a stone hearth for the family to gather around and root the space. A large family den and sleeping area are the focus of the second level for informal family gatherings with an office niche for those work weekends that require solitude. Finally the Master bedroom shares the view of the lake on the second floor with a cozy reading and contemplative nook.
Mason Lake House
Mason Lake House
First Lamp
The genesis of this project is rooted in the cabin’s connection with the site and the views of the lake. The large expanse of glass creates a sense of the water and nature coming into the main living space. The exterior forms speak to a traditional notion of shelter while paying homage to its surroundings by using natural materials and colors that blend into the environment. The design moves are simple with a small metal box serving the adjacent gabled volume much how a rural out-building supports a home. The living space and kitchen are open to each other and allow the view to dominate and direct the design. A layered wood structure creates a tree like fabric over the living room with a stone hearth for the family to gather around and root the space. A large family den and sleeping area are the focus of the second level for informal family gatherings with an office niche for those work weekends that require solitude. Finally the Master bedroom shares the view of the lake on the second floor with a cozy reading and contemplative nook.
Alison's Den
Alison's Den
The Yellow Cape Cod
This project is a great example of how the details make all the difference in a space. This room began as a family den that had all the key elements needed for the space to function, a desk, a tv console and a brand new sofa. However, it felt unfinished and under appreciated. My client, Allison called upon me to pull the room together, unify the existing pieces and finish of the space. Adding the final layer of art, accessories, drapery and family photos, attractive storage and a collections of heirlooms brought style and personality to Allison's den. Photography and design by Sarah Macklem of The Yellow Cape Cod
Double Doors
Double Doors
Buyer's Market
Create privacy with obscure glass doors for office, family room, den, entertainment room
Example of a 1960s family room design in Seattle
Alterations to a 20s Georgian
Alterations to a 20s Georgian
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Alterations to a 1920s Georgian. Added about 4,000 s.f.: Master Suite, Kitchen, Pantry, Breakfast, Utility, Family, Den, Porch
Mason Lake House
Mason Lake House
First Lamp
The genesis of this project is rooted in the cabin’s connection with the site and the views of the lake. The large expanse of glass creates a sense of the water and nature coming into the main living space. The exterior forms speak to a traditional notion of shelter while paying homage to its surroundings by using natural materials and colors that blend into the environment. The design moves are simple with a small metal box serving the adjacent gabled volume much how a rural out-building supports a home. The living space and kitchen are open to each other and allow the view to dominate and direct the design. A layered wood structure creates a tree like fabric over the living room with a stone hearth for the family to gather around and root the space. A large family den and sleeping area are the focus of the second level for informal family gatherings with an office niche for those work weekends that require solitude. Finally the Master bedroom shares the view of the lake on the second floor with a cozy reading and contemplative nook.
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