Blue Family Room Design Photos with a Freestanding TV
Megan Brakefield Interiors
Photography by James Meyer
Mise en scène - m2 | Architecture Intérieure
Pour ce séjour, il fallait intégrer un bureau et la télévision tout en dissimulant tous les fils disgracieux de connexion. L'alternative de meubles fermés et étagères constitue un ensemble harmonieux . Le parquet blanc contribue à produire une ambiance zen.
El Interior Designers Ltd
Alternate View 1: This was one of the bedrooms that we converted into a meeting area cum social room. It has a free standing television to one end of the room and the bold turquoise colours are meant to enhance a feeling of calm - very necessary for a relaxed communication atmosphere. The foot rug creates that homely feel, again to make the setting less formal. The overhead pendant light casts a warm white light rather than the traditional bright white.
A refreshing design was exactly what this stunning new home needed! Our clients wanted a timeless interior that merged both classic design with more trendy elements. We had a lot of fun mixing and matching textures, colors, and decor -- from the velvet sofa to the varying patterns in the throw pillows. The unusual color combination of cool gray and blue paired with warm burnt orange really enhanced the overall look, giving the room a major "pop" of color! The end result is a fresh classic style with modern touches - exactly what they wanted! Home located in Bedford Park, Toronto. Designed by Lumar Interiors who also serve Richmond Hill, Aurora, Nobleton, Newmarket, King City, Markham, Thornhill, York Region, and the Greater Toronto Area. For more about Lumar Interiors, click here: https://www.lumarinteriors.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.lumarinteriors.com/portfolio/bedford-park-nortown-family-room/
Robin's Nest Interiors
Adding Textures We positioned the homeowner’s antique table behind the sectional for art projects and crafts. The homeowner’s rattan chairs add texture. The lamps – one with burlap shade and one with large glass base – bring in natural elements.The linen drapery panels frame the large window covered in a soft fabric shade. The antique sewing machine is the perfect size for the corner. The homeowner’s unique pottery and colorful artwork complete the vignette. Piano Nook The wall opposite the window is home for the family’s piano. We continued with our accents colors with the accessories, artwork, and textiles. The armed floor lamp is perfect for the low club chair we reupholstered in this fabulous paisley fabric. The black armoire houses toys, blankets and extra linens. The colorful artwork and small chair finish off the corner. The gray carpet with a subtle pattern is soft underfoot and the perfect backdrop for all of the pops of color dispersed through the large space. This Frankfort Home: Basement Family Room is a light airy space with pops of wonderful oranges and dark teals and proves that the basement does not have to be a dungeon or graveyard for your leftover furniture.
Chango & Co.
Photograph by Jacob Snavely
Coastal Signature Homes
Warm and cozy family room, with lots of light coming in.
TELFORD+BROWN STUDIO ARCHITECTURE
Built on 7 acres of riverfront property this house reflects our clients’ desire for a residence with traditional proportions, quality materials and fine details. Collaborating with landscape architect Barbara Feeley, we positioned the house to maximize views of the Columbia River and to provide access to the existing pond and landscape terraces. Primary living spaces face to the south or east and have handcrafted windows that provide generous light and views. Exterior materials; rough-cast stucco, brick, copper, bluestone paving and wood shingles were selected for their longevity and compatibly with English residential style construction. Michael Mathers Photography
Beautiful kid friendly fabrics, clean lines and custom built ins come together to create a durable and stylish family room. Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography
Détail du papier peint aux motifs cuivrés et d'un interrupteur design en bronze patiné.
Gordon Tobey Developments
View of the open-concept Great Room