480 Living Room Design Ideas
MAC Custom Homes
Hobbs' Ink, LLC
This Neo-prairie style home with its wide overhangs and well shaded bands of glass combines the openness of an island getaway with a “C – shaped” floor plan that gives the owners much needed privacy on a 78’ wide hillside lot. Photos by James Bruce and Merrick Ales.
NMB Home Management Services, LLC
This contemporary beauty features a 3D porcelain tile wall with the TV and propane fireplace built in. The glass shelves are clear, starfire glass so they appear blue instead of green.
NorthWall Builders, Inc.
Photography by Paul Dyer
Bellingham Bay Builders
We feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to work on this clean NW Contemporary home. Due to its remote location, our goal was to pre-fabricate as much as possible and shorten the installation time on site. We were able to cut and pre-fit all the glue-laminated timber frame structural elements, the Douglas Fir tongue and groove ceilings, and even the open riser Maple stair. The pictures mostly speak for themselves; but it is worth noting, we were very pleased with the final result. Despite its simple modern aesthetic with exposed concrete walls and miles of glass on the view side, the wood ceilings and the warm lighting give a cozy, comfy feel to the spaces. The owners were very involved with the design and build, including swinging hammers with us, so it was a real labor of love. The owners, and ourselves, walked away from the project with a great pride and deep feeling of satisfied accomplishment. Design by Level Design Photography by C9 Photography
Giovanni Photography, Naples, Florida
Randall Perry Photography Hardwood Floor: 7” Character Grade Knotty White Oak, Randall Perry Photography Stained with Rubio Monocoat Oil in White 5% Custom Wall Color Trim - SW7006 Extra White
The Lykos Group, Inc.
Schaerer Architextural Interiors
Urban Development Inc
Lisa Petrole Photography Elsa Santos Stylist
A contemporary, well lit reception hall with bespoke original dropped ceiling developed by sporadicSPACE and a balcony overlooking the dining room with views of the chandelier, specifically designed for this space by Andries Kruger. The light and airy room juxtaposes with the dark, rich parquet flooring giving illusions of space and grandeur. Designed by Andries V Kruger, for more information see www.sporadicSPACE.com
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/
Haisma Design Co., LLC.
Scott Van Dyke for Haisma Design Co.
RKI Interior Design
Atherton living room Custom window covering Geometric light fixture Traditional furnishings Interior Design: RKI Interior Design Architect: Stewart & Associates Builder: Markay Johnson Photo: Bernard Andre
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
Hillside Farmhouse sits on a steep East-sloping hill. We set it across the slope, which allowed us to separate the site into a public, arrival side to the North and a private, garden side to the South. The house becomes the long wall, one room wide, that organizes the site into its two parts. The garage wing, running perpendicularly to the main house, forms a courtyard at the front door. Cars driving in are welcomed by the wide front portico and interlocking stair tower. On the opposite side, under a parade of dormers, the Dining Room saddle-bags into the garden, providing views to the South and East. Its generous overhang keeps out the hot summer sun, but brings in the winter sun. The house is a hybrid of ‘farm house’ and ‘country house’. It simultaneously relates to the active contiguous farm and the classical imagery prevalent in New England architecture. Photography by Robert Benson and Brian Tetrault
480 Living Room Design Ideas