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Family room - small scandinavian open concept light wood floor and white floor family room idea in New York with white walls and a tv stand — Houzz

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Alycia Janifer wrote:
Is the room divider custom?
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Angelita Maria Gomes Mendes
Perfeito, maravilhoso.
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Very thoughtful and beautiful design throughout. Thank you for posting.
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Lynn C wrote:
What are the overall dimensions of this space? - Fantastic use of space. Curious as to the dimensions you've managed to maximize. Great work!
Krista Dana wrote:
please give flooring details... - what is flooring?
Sophia Xue wrote:
refrige - Where would you put it?
mkfraze wrote:
Lights - where can i purchase the lights in the recessed ceiling area?
carolynblissbranson wrote:
sofa - What sofa is this? Thanks much…
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Fred Albert added this to Houzz Tour: Ease and Comfort in 340 Square Feet
“It was a total wreck,” says the architect, recalling the stained shag carpeting and dangling cabinet doors that greeted him the first time he visited. Working with B&B Construction, Killcoyne gutted the space, replaced the windows and started over from scratch, dividing the unit into discrete zones while maintaining its open feel. “I really wanted to create rooms that flowed together, but at the same time, you had separate areas that defined different living spaces,” says the architect. He knows something about small spaces, having raised two children in a 650-square-foot apartment. It’s not the space that proves limiting, Killcoyne concludes. It’s the stuff you’re trying to cram into it. “If you can control the amount of things you own,” he says, “you can live in small spaces very nicely.”Killcoyne’s client wanted a home that looked “clean, simple, elegant and timeless,” the architect says. Instead of creating one open room to make the space feel bigger, Killcoyne established separate interconnected zones for living, sleeping and cooking. “The place feels bigger,” the architect says, “because you get three major rooms out of it. You don’t feel like you’re trapped in one box.”
Erin Carlyle added this to Little Room for a Desk? 7 Spaces Show How to Make It Work
One of Killcoyne’s key design goals: not having a bed in the living room. Though you can’t see it in this image, the bed is tucked just behind the louvered partition behind the desk.

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divider blocks view but not light

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