Eclectic Yellow Family Room Design Photos
CM Glover Photography © 2013 Houzz
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
Sitting area and fireplace.
HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Grandma's vibrant retro sofas are at home paired with new pallet coffee table on coasters in this cozy, eclectic, light-filled family space - the cat clearly concurs - Interior Architecture: HAUS | Architecture + BRUSFO - Construction Management: WERK | Build - Photo: HAUS | Architecture
Lionel Lizet, salon, hotel particulier, murano, moulure, cheminée, maison de maître
FineCraft Contractors, Inc.
Finecraft Contractors, Inc. William Feeney Architects Susie Soleimani Photography We built this 2-story addition with a stucco exterior finish. Interior decoration, window treatment and accessories done by homeowner.
Fiorito Interior Design
In 2010, Fiorito Interior Design was chosen to participate in the Summit League's charity event, Homes For The Holidays in Saratoga, California, and was given the challenge of creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent of the golden grasses of—and the sun over—these vast plains.On the tree you see traditional beaded gourds from Kenya, which can also be used as percussion instruments. Carved wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are used for divination by the Yoruban people of West Africa and have also been used as currency for centuries. Blown glass balls in bronze and copper colors speak to the origin of African metalworking over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The name comes from the iron-rich earthen pigments used to dye the classic geometric designs. Packages wrapped in African designs and tied with bows of raffia and cowrie shells wait to be opened under the tree.
Hobbs' Ink, LLC
DC Interiors & Renovations
For the Parlor, we did a beautiful yellow; the color just glows with warmth; gray on the walls, green rug and red cabinetry makes this one of the most playful rooms I have ever done. We used red cabinetry for TV and office components. And placed them on the wall so the cats can climb up and around the room and red shelving on one wall for the cat walk and on the other cabinet with COM Fabric that have cut outs for the cats to go up and down and also storage.
Paul Lafrance Design
We turned this once cramped and cluttered family room into a bright and beautiful haven that maximizes its limited space. Some of the space-saving solutions include sliding shoji-style doors that don't need to swing out into the room, a cool flip-around hidden TV mount that allows the homeowners to display a beloved painting, and built-in floor-to-ceiling storage spaces. Designed & built by Paul Lafrance Design.
Ike Kligerman Barkley
Photo: Kimberley Bryan © 2014 Houzz
Héctor Bolívar/Diagram Studio
Foto por Maglio Péres para Revista La Casa