Photo By: Trent Bell Sunroom - contemporary medium tone wood floor and brown floor sunroom idea in Boston with a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and a standard ceiling Like the look but too open for the yard - webuser_119346569
This sunroom faces into a private outdoor courtyard. With the use of oversized, double-pivoting doors, the inside and outside spaces are seamlessly connected. In the cooler months, the room is a warm enclosed space bathed in sunlight and surrounded by plants.
Aaron Leitz Photography Could grandmas house be more like this - telissa_sawka
Large country l-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor enclosed kitchen photo in DC Metro with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, soapstone countertops, white backsplash, marble backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
Tom Holdsworth Photography
Our clients wanted to create a room that would bring them closer to the outdoors; a room filled with natural lighting; and a venue to spotlight a modern fireplace.
Early in the design process, our clients wanted to replace their existing, outdated, and rundown screen porch, but instead decided to build an all-season sun room. The space was intended as a quiet place to read, relax, and enjoy the view.
The sunroom addition extends from the existing house and is nestled into its heavily wooded surroundings. The roof of the new structure reaches toward the sky, enabling additional light and views.
The floor-to-ceiling magnum double-hung windows with transoms, occupy the rear and side-walls. The original brick, on the fourth wall remains exposed; and provides a perfect complement to the French doors that open to the dining room and create an optimum configuration for cross-ventilation.
To continue the design philosophy for this addition place seamlessly merged natural finishes from the interior to the exterior. The Brazilian black slate, on the sunroom floor, extends to the outdoor terrace; and the stained tongue and groove, installed on the ceiling, continues through to the exterior soffit.
The room's main attraction is the suspended metal fireplace; an authentic wood-burning heat source. Its shape is a modern orb with a commanding presence. Positioned at the center of the room, toward the rear, the orb adds to the majestic interior-exterior experience.
This is the client's third project with place architecture: design. Each endeavor has been a wonderful collaboration to successfully bring this 1960s ranch-house into twenty-first century living. love the color scheme & specifically the ceiling - coolioideas
Rob from O'Neil Industries killed it! Thanks for letting us be apart of your remarkable remodel. Always great working together! #tagteam Contractor - O'Neil Industries inc. Cabinetry - W. W. Wood Products, Inc - Acrylic - Bianco Appliances - Monark Premium Appliance Co - Fisher & Paykel, U-Line Corporation Lighting - Task Lighting Corporation Sliding Doors with Balcony Bars (Preferably Glass railing) - kamari_589
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Inspiration for a timeless master beige tile beige floor bathroom remodel in DC Metro with recessed-panel cabinets, beige cabinets, beige walls, an undermount sink, a hinged shower door and white countertops
With its low-slung gables and unique clerestory, this modern Craftsman exterior home plan is distinctively appealing. Double doors open into the living space where the great room, dining room, and kitchen blend together. Retreating glass doors present rear views and expand living outdoors seamlessly. This home plan's kitchen layout promotes easy workflow and casual entertaining, and the nearby mud and utility rooms are tucked away near the garage. The master suite is fully appointed and situated across the home plan from two secondary bedrooms which share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. Sunroom - sowmya_modugula
A sunroom near the kitchen and oversized windows throughout the home maximize natural light, which was one of the family’s primary goals. Trendy dark wood floor sunroom photo in Atlanta with a standard ceiling sun room idea. this is too much but in the right direction. - lynnunderwood
Notice the deck skirting which improves the decks appearance as well as eliminates rodents from inhabiting underside of deck. Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary sunroom remodel in Other with no fireplace and a standard ceiling Like the deck, like the patio and plantings - webuser_319388998
Inspiration for a large contemporary dark wood floor and brown floor sunroom remodel in New York with no fireplace and a glass ceiling Wall of windows and ceiling. Backyard step stone - alyssathao_tran
The finished breakfast nook. The owner had found the lovely copper chandelier in their barn! She used the chandelier as her inspiration for creating the lovely custom pendants lights and wall sconces in the rest of the kitchen. Photo by KJ Krammes
We were asked to add a small sunroom off a beautiful 1960's living room. Our approach was to continue the lines of the living room out into the landscape. Opening up and glazing the walls on either side of the fireplace gave more presence to the Dale Chihuly piece mounted above while visually connecting to the garden and the new addition.
Dale Christopher Lang, PhD, AIAP, NW Architectural Photography Love:
Cool use of a small space
Windows and sky lights
Love the texture
The height of the ceiling
Feels like Nature's in there - lynn_ingram47
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