Family Room Design Photos with Brick Floors

Michael Lowry Photography

Derek Swalwell

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Architect: Pearson Design Group / Photography: Audrey Hall

This home at The Cliffs at Walnut Cove is a fine illustration of how rustic can be comfortable and contemporary. Postcard from Paris provided all of the exterior and interior specifications as well as furnished the home. The firm achieved the modern rustic look through an effective combination of reclaimed hardwood floors, stone and brick surfaces, and iron lighting with clean, streamlined plumbing, tile, cabinetry, and furnishings. Among the standout elements in the home are the reclaimed hardwood oak floors, brick barrel vaulted ceiling in the kitchen, suspended glass shelves in the terrace-level bar, and the stainless steel Lacanche range. Rachael Boling Photography

This sunroom addition brings in lots of light with the clerestory windows and skylights. The finishes and fabrics offer a hint of Summer at the Ocean, with their colors and patterns.

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Ric J Photography

Antiguamente este espacio servía para guardar la embarcación. Hoy se ha reconvertido en un espacioso estar donde resguardarse del calor en verano o del frío y la tramontana en invierno. Detalle.

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Phillip Erikson

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This previously unused breezeway at a family home in CT was renovated into a multi purpose room. It's part family room, office and entertaining space. The redesign and renovation included installing radiant heated tile floors, wet bar, built in office space and shiplap walls. It was decorated with pops of color against the neutral gray cabinets and white shiplap walls. Part sophistication, part family fun while functioning for the whole family.