139 Modern Living Room Design Ideas
Croma Design Inc.
Existing trim was re-used and recreated where required to make a renovation look original to the home. The original Living Room was separated from the Dining Room - walls were moved, and door openings made bigger to improve flow. Construction: CanTrust Contracting Group Photography: Croma Design Inc.
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
Interior Design: Mikhail Dantes Construction: Beck Building Company / Scott Amaral Engineer: Malouff Engineering / Bob Malouff Landscape Architect : Mike Eagleton
modern kitchen addition and living room/dining room remodel photos: Cesar Rubio (www.cesarrubio.com)
This house was new construction in the historical district, but my clients love a clean modern feel. The views of the harbor are spectacular and the feel inside is free of clutter, yet filled with energy. Photos by Siriphoto.com
Modernism gracefully collides with elegance in the formal living room of this historic Washington, DC living room.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph
Photo Credit: Coles Hairston
For this house “contextual” means focusing the good view and taking the bad view out of focus. In order to accomplish this, the form of the house was inspired by horse blinders. Conceived as two tubes with directed views, one tube is for entertaining and the other one for sleeping. Directly across the street from the house is a lake, “the good view.” On all other sides of the house are neighbors of very close proximity which cause privacy issues and unpleasant views – “the bad view.” Thus the sides and rear are mostly solid in order to block out the less desirable views and the front is completely transparent in order to frame and capture the lake – “horse blinders.” There are several sustainable features in the house’s detailing. The entire structure is made of pre-fabricated recycled steel and concrete. Through the extensive use of high tech and super efficient glass, both as windows and clerestories, there is no need for artificial light during the day. The heating for the building is provided by a radiant system composed of several hundred feet of tubes filled with hot water embedded into the concrete floors. The façade is made up of composite board that is held away from the skin in order to create ventilated façade. This ventilation helps to control the temperature of the building envelope and a more stable temperature indoors. Photo Credit: Alistair Tutton
mango design co
mango design co reworked the main floor of this 100 yr old house & provided a new kitchen, millwork & cobined bathroom/laundry on the upper floor. we created a passageway from kitchen to living room to allow light & traffic to flow through the space. pocket doors can divide the spaces when the need arises. the douglas fir vanity in the upper bathroom houses a built-in washer & dryer flanking the sink. plumbing fixtures by blubathworks.com (except kitchen sink) fisher paykel & dcs appliances from midlandappliance.com general contracting by inspiredrenovations.ca photography by kylahemmelgarn.com
A new fireplace separate lounge from dining areas. Ceiling coves allow filtered natural light into the space. © John Horner Photography
Media unit with white mat lacquer structure and bio alcohol burning fireplace in Silver Shine Stone. Sliding doors in white under painted glass.
Robert Hatch, photographer, 2011
designpad architecture - Patrick Perez Architect
Renovation of existing family room, custom built-in cabinetry for TV, drop down movie screen and books. A new articulated ceiling along with wall panels, a bench and other storage was designed as well.