Orange Family Room Design Photos with Grey Walls
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Aaron Dougherty Photography
Castle Building & Remodeling
This NE Minneapolis whole-level remodel started with the existing kitchen/dining area being cramped and a rear sunken entrance to the home that did not fit the family’s everyday needs. The homeowners also wanted an open floor plan with plenty of counter space, base cabinetry, natural light, and generous walking spaces for traffic flow for a busy family of 5. A mudroom was also key to allow for a daily drop spot for coats, shoes, and sports equipment. The sunken area in the kitchen was framed in to be level with the rest of the floor, and three walls were removed to create a flexible space for their current and future needs. Natural light drove the cabinet design and resulted in primarily base cabinets instead of a standard upper cabinet/base cabinet layout. Deep drawers, accessories, and tall storage replaced what would be wall cabinets to allow for the empty wall space to capture as much natural light as we could. The double sliding door and large window were important factors in maximizing light. The island and peninsula create a multi-functioning space for two prep areas, guests to sit, a homework/work spot, etc. Come see this project in person, September 29 – 30 on the 2018 Castle Home Tour!
Blackdoor by Tamra Coviello
Photo by Melissa Au
Besch Design, Ltd.
Family room addition with exposed structural trusses, a bead board ceiling and a lot of natural light through the dormers and the windows. A 90" TV over the fireplaces ties in nicely with the hearth of the fireplace as the focal point in the room.
The library/study area on the second floor serves as quiet transition between the public and private domains of the house. Photo Credit: Dale Lang
Moonbeam Designs and Interiors
Photography by Misty, Plano TX
The plush sofa in this ladies' lounge is great for relaxing with girlfriends and sipping on wine. This particular sofa features a fabric that repels stains like red wine. Good thing! Photo Credit: Laura Alleman
Tiger Lily's Greenwich
Gruppo Tre Architetti
APT. 1 - BILOCALE Vista della zona giorno. Ogni spazio è ottimizzato per l'area pranzo e relax
Elisa & Lynne Homes
All it took was updated lighting, furniture & pillows from West Elm and an amazing coffee table from World Market to make this room so cozy.
Fijian Mahogany was an excellent material to use for the interior accent wall because of its tight, uniform grain and affordable price. As a tropical hardwood, this product is going to last for decades.
Meg Miller Art/Design
Complete renovation of historic loft in Downtown Denver. Everything is brand new and updated. Design and photography by Meg Miller Interior Creator
Darmaga Hardwood Flooring
What you dream we can make true - Darmaga Hardwood Flooring
Santa Fe style family room/living room buffalo leather-upholstered furnishings. Custom-appliqued buffalo leather chair with exposed wood and styling reminiscent of the 1950's cowboy revival style.
Wendy Glaister Interiors
With a regular card group on the calendar, this classy corner beckons friends to an afternoon of fun and chatter.
L/L Design - Build - Furnish
Custom Fireplace Surround in Rich Stained Wood, and sleek Marble inlay tile.
ITHERIUS Es Arte
ITHERIUS ES ARTE
Kimberley Kay Interiors
Quiana Marie Photography Bohemian + Eclectic Design
Spark Interior Style