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Blue Family Room Design Photos with a Tile Fireplace Surround

Bright & Bold Diamond Fireplace
Bright & Bold Diamond Fireplace
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
Add an entirely new dimension of style to any space with the bold shape and sleek lines of large dark blue diamond tile. Be brilliantly bold with our bright glaze colors. Try one with natural variation to create an organic geometric design in your surround like below. We love the styling of this project, they placed a collection of candles inside the fireplace. This is such a great idea for easy added aesthetic warmth without going through the trouble of making a wood fire.
Bainbridge Project
Bainbridge Project
NGD Interiors, Inc.
A modern t.v. console featuring highly polished walnut
Reynolds Lane
Reynolds Lane
ML Interiors Group
This bachelor pad's family room is dressed in grays and blues with a pop of orange for a casual feel with a little sophistication. The walls were all painted and new curtains hung with his existing rods. The nesting tables and media console were custom pieces made to fit this space. Michael John Lewis with Photography4MLS
Chaplin Crescent Estates
Chaplin Crescent Estates
Lumar Interiors
This in-fill custom home in the heart of Chaplin Crescent Estates belonged to a young couple whose family was growing. They enlisted the help of Lumar Interiors to help make their family room more functional and comfortable. We designed a custom sized table to fit by the window. New upholstered furniture was designed to fit the small space and allow maximum seating. Project by Richmond Hill interior design firm Lumar Interiors. Also serving Aurora, Newmarket, King City, Markham, Thornhill, Vaughan, 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/chaplin-crescent-estates-toronto/
Family Room
Family Room
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
Reynolds Lane
Reynolds Lane
ML Interiors Group
Michael John Lewis with Photography4MLS