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Berkeley Hills House
Berkeley Hills House
Yama Architecture
living and dining with entry beyond photo bruce damonte
Inspiration for a large modern formal and open concept dark wood floor living room remodel in San Francisco with a concrete fireplace, a standard fireplace and no tv
Georgetown - Low Country Neighborhood
Georgetown - Low Country Neighborhood
Visbeen Architects
With porches on every side, the “Georgetown” is designed for enjoying the natural surroundings. The main level of the home is characterized by wide open spaces, with connected kitchen, dining, and living areas, all leading onto the various outdoor patios. The main floor master bedroom occupies one entire wing of the home, along with an additional bedroom suite. The upper level features two bedroom suites and a bunk room, with space over the detached garage providing a private guest suite.
San Jose Eichler 4
San Jose Eichler 4
Urbanism Designs
Photography: Konstrukt Photo
Mid-century modern white floor living room photo in San Francisco with brown walls
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2014 FIRST PLACE WINNER * ASID AWARD - Great Room
Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
Interior Designer Scottsdale, AZ - Southwest Contemporary
Example of a large trendy open concept dark wood floor living room design in Phoenix with gray walls, a wall-mounted tv and a bar
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Berkshire Farmhouse
Berkshire Farmhouse
Catherine Truman Architects
Before the renovation, this 17th century farmhouse was a rabbit warren of small dark rooms with low ceilings. A new owner wanted to keep the character but modernize the house, so CTA obliged, transforming the house completely. The family room, a large but very low ceiling room, was radically transformed by removing the ceiling to expose the roof structure above and rebuilding a more open new stair; the exposed beams were salvaged from an historic barn elsewhere on the property. The kitchen was moved to the former Dining Room, and also opened up to show the vaulted roof. The mud room and laundry were rebuilt to connect the farmhouse to a Barn (See “Net Zero Barn” project), also using salvaged timbers. Original wide plank pine floors were carefully numbered, replaced, and matched where needed. Historic rooms in the front of the house were carefully restored and upgraded, and new bathrooms and other amenities inserted where possible. The project is also a net zero energy project, with solar panels, super insulated walls, and triple glazed windows. CTA also assisted the owner with selecting all interior finishes, furniture, and fixtures. This project won “Best in Massachusetts” at the 2019 International Interior Design Association and was the 2020 Recipient of a Design Citation by the Boston Society of Architects. Photography by Nat Rea
Berkshire Farmhouse
Berkshire Farmhouse
Catherine Truman Architects
Before the renovation, this 17th century farmhouse was a rabbit warren of small dark rooms with low ceilings. A new owner wanted to keep the character but modernize the house, so CTA obliged, transforming the house completely. The family room, a large but very low ceiling room, was radically transformed by removing the ceiling to expose the roof structure above and rebuilding a more open new stair; the exposed beams were salvaged from an historic barn elsewhere on the property. The kitchen was moved to the former Dining Room, and also opened up to show the vaulted roof. The mud room and laundry were rebuilt to connect the farmhouse to a Barn (See “Net Zero Barn” project), also using salvaged timbers. Original wide plank pine floors were carefully numbered, replaced, and matched where needed. Historic rooms in the front of the house were carefully restored and upgraded, and new bathrooms and other amenities inserted where possible. The project is also a net zero energy project, with solar panels, super insulated walls, and triple glazed windows. CTA also assisted the owner with selecting all interior finishes, furniture, and fixtures. This project won “Best in Massachusetts” at the 2019 International Interior Design Association and was the 2020 Recipient of a Design Citation by the Boston Society of Architects. Photography by Nat Rea
Low Country Cottage
Low Country Cottage
Group3
Elegant living room photo in Atlanta
Shelter Island Beach House
Shelter Island Beach House
Wettling Architects
Inspiration for a coastal living room remodel in New York with a stone fireplace
Laurel - Low Country Infill
Laurel - Low Country Infill
Visbeen Architects
The Laurel was a project that required a rigorous lesson in southern architectural vernacular. The site being located in the hot climate of the Carolina shoreline, the client was eager to capture cross breezes and utilize outdoor entertainment spaces. The home was designed with three covered porches, one partially covered courtyard, and one screened porch, all accessed by way of French doors and extra tall double-hung windows. The open main level floor plan centers on common livings spaces, while still leaving room for a luxurious master suite. The upstairs loft includes two individual bed and bath suites, providing ample room for guests. Native materials were used in construction, including a metal roof and local timber.
Sudbury
Sudbury
Pinney Designs
Complete Custom Basement / Lower Level Renovation. Photography by: Ben Gebo For Before and After Photos please see our Facebook Account. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pinney-Designs/156913921096192
Georgetown - Low Country Neighborhood
Georgetown - Low Country Neighborhood
Visbeen Architects
With porches on every side, the “Georgetown” is designed for enjoying the natural surroundings. The main level of the home is characterized by wide open spaces, with connected kitchen, dining, and living areas, all leading onto the various outdoor patios. The main floor master bedroom occupies one entire wing of the home, along with an additional bedroom suite. The upper level features two bedroom suites and a bunk room, with space over the detached garage providing a private guest suite.
Walk-in Waterfront Cabin
Walk-in Waterfront Cabin
RO Enterprises, Inc.
Homeowner had us open low cabin ceiling to vaulted ceiling, brightening the previous dark living room. Bill Johnson - The Photo Tour
Living room - rustic dark wood floor living room idea in Seattle with a wood stove
Great Rooms
Great Rooms
Carolina Timberworks
White Oak © Carolina Timberworks
Mid-sized mountain style open concept and formal carpeted living room photo in Charlotte with white walls, a standard fireplace and no tv
River House
River House
McClellan Architects
Trendy living room photo in Seattle
Contemporary Living Room
Contemporary Living Room
Example of a trendy living room design in Orange County
New Peninsula Residence
New Peninsula Residence
Kaplan Architects, AIA
Kaplan Architects, AIA Location: Redwood City , CA, USA The main living space is a great room which includes the kitchen, dining, and living room. Doors from the front and rear of the space lead to expansive outdoor deck areas and an outdoor kitchen.
Parade of Homes 2012
Parade of Homes 2012
LGB Interiors
Example of a classic formal and open concept medium tone wood floor living room design in Charlotte with green walls
Lowcountry Residence
Lowcountry Residence
Wayne Windham Architect, P.A.
Living room - rustic living room idea in Charleston with a standard fireplace
Cat Mountain Residence
Cat Mountain Residence
Cornerstone Architects
Conceived as a remodel and addition, the final design iteration for this home is uniquely multifaceted. Structural considerations required a more extensive tear down, however the clients wanted the entire remodel design kept intact, essentially recreating much of the existing home. The overall floor plan design centers on maximizing the views, while extensive glazing is carefully placed to frame and enhance them. The residence opens up to the outdoor living and views from multiple spaces and visually connects interior spaces in the inner court. The client, who also specializes in residential interiors, had a vision of ‘transitional’ style for the home, marrying clean and contemporary elements with touches of antique charm. Energy efficient materials along with reclaimed architectural wood details were seamlessly integrated, adding sustainable design elements to this transitional design. The architect and client collaboration strived to achieve modern, clean spaces playfully interjecting rustic elements throughout the home. Greenbelt Homes Glynis Wood Interiors Photography by Bryant Hill
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