Living Room Window Designs & Ideas
Designed by: Studio Revolution Photography by: Thomas Kuoh
Leslie Glazier @ Properties
Dominick Tringali Architects
James Haefner Photography
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | John Kraemer & Sons, Builder | Troy Thies, Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
Vera Matson Photography
New Perspective Design, Inc.
This dynamic living room has a subtle color story with pops of red-orange modern art pieces making it feel cozy and inviting. The use of a glass coffee table lightens the space rather than using a weighted piece. Photography By Christopher Bradley
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Photography: Michael J. Lee, www.michaeljleephotography.com Interior Design: Jill Litner Kaplan, www.jilllitnerkaplan.com Builder: Wellen Construction, www.wellenconstruction.com
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Family Room Paul Johnson Photography
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
The addition is a two story space evoking the typology of an orangery - a glass enclosed structure used as a conservatory, common in England where the owners have lived. Evan Thomas Photography
chadbourne + doss architects
The modern Family Room designed by chadbourne + doss architects is a composition of wood and steel. The steel stairs lead to a small Roof Deck. The large picture window provides a framed view of passing marine traffic. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider
Kendle Design Collaborative
views to nature and blurring the lines between interior and exterior living spaces. Regionally inspired desert architecture using earth, concrete, glass, steel and light.
This is a clubroom we designed on the top floor of a luxury condo building in MidTown Atlanta. Photos by Sarah Dorio
Beth Rosenfield Design, LLC – Associate ASID
This office design met the need for a comfortable seating area for casual business meetings. The distressed wood bookcase from Restoration Hardware fit the space perfectly. Carefully selected furnishings provide a mix of leather, kilim print custom chairs, rustic wood, stainless, leather, and a menswear patterned carpet.
Studio Carver Architects, Inc.
Photography: Claudio Santini
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
The house design takes full advantage of the local climate such that a net zero energy building is obtained. This was done by employing a highly efficient building envelope and incorporating passive solar gains (Photo: Grey Crawford)
Mark Williams Design
Jeannie Balsam Interiors
Sunroom Jeannie Balsam LLC & Photographer Nick Johnson