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Designs Featuring Andersen Windows & Doors
Designs Featuring Andersen Windows & Doors
Builders Alliance LLC
Inspiration for a coastal open concept carpeted and brown floor living room remodel in Seattle with white walls
UNILUX Floor-to-Ceiling Laminated Triple Pane I.G. Windows
UNILUX Floor-to-Ceiling Laminated Triple Pane I.G. Windows
NOVUS Intelligent Fenestration
NOVUS Intelligent Fenestration Inc.
Living room - mid-sized traditional formal and open concept medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room idea in Chicago with brown walls, no fireplace and no tv
Living Room
Living Room
Hendricks Architecture
The living room has views in all directions and is surrounded by a covered porch. A wooden canoe helps create interest in the space. Roger Wade photo.
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Beautiful New Encino Construction
Beautiful New Encino Construction
Landmark Construction Crew
Living Room of the Beautiful New Encino Construction which included the installation of the angled ceiling, black window trim, wall painting, fireplace, clerestory windows, pendant lighting, light hardwood flooring and living room furnitures.
Westport Island House
Westport Island House
Shelter Interiors LLC
architecture - Beinfield Architecture In this project, the beans are reclaimed and the ceiling is new wood with a grey stain. The beautiful scones were custom designed for the project. You can contact Surface Techniques in Milford CT who manufactured them. Our wall color Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Cherry Street House
Cherry Street House
Frusterio Design, Inc.
John Jackovich-Grande Custom Homes
Inspiration for a transitional formal light wood floor living room remodel in Charlotte with gray walls, a standard fireplace and no tv
Mountain Modern in Martis Camp
Mountain Modern in Martis Camp
Heslin Construction
Living room - rustic open concept medium tone wood floor living room idea in Sacramento with a standard fireplace, a wall-mounted tv and gray walls
Upper West Side Combo
Upper West Side Combo
StudioLAB
The owners of this prewar apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan wanted to combine two dark and tightly configured units into a single unified space. StudioLAB was challenged with the task of converting the existing arrangement into a large open three bedroom residence. The previous configuration of bedrooms along the Southern window wall resulted in very little sunlight reaching the public spaces. Breaking the norm of the traditional building layout, the bedrooms were moved to the West wall of the combined unit, while the existing internally held Living Room and Kitchen were moved towards the large South facing windows, resulting in a flood of natural sunlight. Wide-plank grey-washed walnut flooring was applied throughout the apartment to maximize light infiltration. A concrete office cube was designed with the supplementary space which features walnut flooring wrapping up the walls and ceiling. Two large sliding Starphire acid-etched glass doors close the space off to create privacy when screening a movie. High gloss white lacquer millwork built throughout the apartment allows for ample storage. LED Cove lighting was utilized throughout the main living areas to provide a bright wash of indirect illumination and to separate programmatic spaces visually without the use of physical light consuming partitions. Custom floor to ceiling Ash wood veneered doors accentuate the height of doorways and blur room thresholds. The master suite features a walk-in-closet, a large bathroom with radiant heated floors and a custom steam shower. An integrated Vantage Smart Home System was installed to control the AV, HVAC, lighting and solar shades using iPads.
Mountain Retreat - communal space
Mountain Retreat - communal space
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Located on a five-acre rocky outcrop, The Mountain Retreat trades in Manhattan skyscrapers and the scuttle of yellow cabs for sweeping views of the Catskill Mountains and hawks gliding on the thermals below. The client, who loves mountain biking and rock climbing, camped out on the hilltop during the siting of the house to determine the best spot, angle and orientation for his new escape. The resulting home is a retreat carefully crafted into its unique surroundings. The Mountain Retreat provides a unique and efficient 1,800 sf indoor and outdoor living and entertaining experience. The finished house, sitting partially on concrete stilts, gives way to a striking display. Its angular lines, soaring height, and unique blend of warm cedar siding with cool gray concrete panels and glass are displayed to great advantage in the context of its rough mountaintop setting. The stilts act as supports for the great room above and, below, define the parking spaces for an uncluttered entry and carport. An enclosed staircase runs along the north side of the house. Sheathed inside and out with gray cement board panels, it leads from the ground floor entrance to the main living spaces, which exist in the treetops. Requiring the insertion of pylons, a well, and a septic tank, the rocky terrain of the immediate site had to be blasted. Rather than discarding the remnants, the rocks were scattered around the site. Used for outdoor seating and the entry pathway, the rock cover further emphasizes the relation and integration of the house into the natural backdrop. The home’s butterfly roof channels rainwater to two custom metal scuppers, from which it cascades off onto thoughtfully placed boulders. The butterfly roof gives the great room and master bedroom a tall, sloped ceiling with light from above, while a suite of ground-room floors fit cozily below. An elevated cedar deck wraps around three sides of the great room, offering a full day of sunshine for deck lounging and for the entire room to be opened to the outdoors with ease. Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project Architect: John Kim Project Team: Jacob Moore Manufacturer: Apex Homes, INC. Engineer: Robert Silman Associates, P.C., Greg Sloditski Contractor: JH Construction, INC. Photographer: © Floto & Warner
Mid-Century Modern Renovation & Addition
Mid-Century Modern Renovation & Addition
Koch Architects - Joanne Koch
Photo by Bruce Damonte.
Example of a small mid-century modern open concept light wood floor living room design in San Francisco
Pacific Heights Penthouse and Exterior Remodel
Pacific Heights Penthouse and Exterior Remodel
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
Example of a trendy living room design in San Francisco with white walls
Airport House - Denver Contemporary Residence
Airport House - Denver Contemporary Residence
Architectural Workshop
Sited on a runway with sweeping views of the Colorado Rockies, the residence with attached hangar is designed to reflect the convergence of earth and sky. Stone, masonry and wood living spaces rise to a glass and aluminum hanger structure that is linked by a linear monolithic wall. The spatial orientations of the primary spaces mirror the aeronautical layout of the runway infrastructure. The owners are passionate pilots and wanted their home to reflect the high-tech nature of their plane as well as their love for contemporary and sustainable design, utilizing natural materials in an open and warm environment. Defining the orientation of the house, the striking monolithic masonry wall with the steel framework and all-glass atrium bisect the hangar and the living quarters and allow natural light to flood the open living spaces. Sited around an open courtyard with a reflecting pool and outdoor kitchen, the master suite and main living spaces form two ‘wood box’ wings. Mature landscaping and natural materials including masonry block, wood panels, bamboo floor and ceilings, travertine tile, stained wood doors, windows and trim ground the home into its environment, while two-sided fireplaces, large glass doors and windows open the house to the spectacular western views. Designed with high-tech and sustainable features, this home received a LEED silver certification. LaCasse Photography
Cherry Hills Western Eclectic
Cherry Hills Western Eclectic
Ekman Design Studio
This elegant expression of a modern Colorado style home combines a rustic regional exterior with a refined contemporary interior. The client's private art collection is embraced by a combination of modern steel trusses, stonework and traditional timber beams. Generous expanses of glass allow for view corridors of the mountains to the west, open space wetlands towards the south and the adjacent horse pasture on the east. Builder: Cadre General Contractors http://www.cadregc.com Interior Design: Comstock Design http://comstockdesign.com Photograph: Ron Ruscio Photography http://ronrusciophotography.com/
Sullivan's Island Thompson Avenue Living Room
Sullivan's Island Thompson Avenue Living Room
Phillip Smith General Contractor, LLC
Photo by: Warren Lieb
Living room - huge transitional living room idea in Charleston with white walls and a standard fireplace
Summit Signature Homes, Inc.
Summit Signature Homes, Inc.
Beechen & Dill Homes
A custom home builder in Chicago's western suburbs, Summit Signature Homes, ushers in a new era of residential construction. With an eye on superb design and value, industry-leading practices and superior customer service, Summit stands alone. Custom-built homes in Clarendon Hills, Hinsdale, Western Springs, and other western suburbs.
Villandry Circle
Villandry Circle
Hills & Grant
Photo: Lisa Petrole
Example of a huge trendy formal porcelain tile and gray floor living room design in San Francisco with white walls, a ribbon fireplace, no tv and a metal fireplace
Great Room
Great Room
JG Development, Inc.
Great room with large window wall, exposed timber beams, tongue and groove ceiling and double sided fireplace. Hal Kearney, Photographer
Inspiration for a mid-sized rustic formal and enclosed light wood floor living room remodel in Other with a stone fireplace, brown walls and a two-sided fireplace
Interior in Oak Hill
Interior in Oak Hill
Oak Hill Building & Remodeling
Photos by Nick Vitale
Living room - large traditional formal and open concept medium tone wood floor and brown floor living room idea in DC Metro with a stone fireplace, a wall-mounted tv, a ribbon fireplace and beige walls
Wayzata Dream Home Great Room
Wayzata Dream Home Great Room
DESIGNS! - Susan Hoffman Interior Designs
Inspiration for a transitional dark wood floor and brown floor living room remodel in Minneapolis with beige walls, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace
Gothic Cottage - Award Finalist
Gothic Cottage - Award Finalist
Daniel Contelmo Architects
The great room walls are filled with glass doors and transom windows, providing maximum natural light and views of the pond and the meadow. Photographer: Daniel Contelmo Jr.
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