25.732 Billeder af spisestue med alle slags rækværk-materialer
Skanlux byggefirma A/S
Fra køkkenet er der udsigt til spisestuen og dagligstuen, der er indrettet omkring pejsen.
Lewis / Schoeplein architects
Marisa Vitale Photography
Lantern Light Photography
Kimball Starr Interior Design
Modern light-filled home is designed with a relaxed elegance that revolves around family comfort with a stylish flair. Unique sculptural and art elements inspired by nature echo the family's love for the outdoors, while the select vintage pieces and ethnic prints bring visual warmth and personality to the home
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
New Mood Design LLC
Level Three: A custom-designed chandelier with ocher-colored onyx pendants suits the dining room furnishings and space layout. Matching onyx sconces grace the window-wall behind the table. Access to the outdoor deck and BBQ area (to the left of the fireplace column) is conveniently located near the dining and kitchen areas. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego
Clean and contemporary fireplace
van Ellen + Sheryn Architects
Paul N. Brow, Architect, LLC
View of remodeled dining room featuring custom designed & fabricated wood doors with brass cremone bolt hardware. Walls are plaster. New doors are distressed to appear vintage. Custom dining table made from reclaimed timbers.
Great room, open space in new Florida home Photographer-Randy Smith
J&L Interiors, LLC
Nomoi Design LLC
Spratley & Partners
Once home to antiquarian Horace Walpole, ‘Heckfield Place’ has been judiciously re-crafted into an ‘effortlessly stylish' countryside hotel with beautiful bedrooms, as well as two restaurants, a private cinema, Little Bothy spa, wine cellar, gardens and Home Farm, centred on sustainability and biodynamic farming principles. Spratley & Partners completed the dramatic transformation of the 430-acre site in Hampshire into the UK’s most eagerly anticipated, luxury hotel in 2018, after a significant programme of restoration works which began in 2009 for private investment company, Morningside Group. Later, modern additions to the site, which was being used as a conference centre and wedding venue, were largely unsympathetic and not in-keeping with the original form and layout; the house was extended in the 1980s with a block of bedrooms and conference facilities which were small, basic and required substantial upgrading. The rooms in the listed building had also been subdivided, creating cramped spaces and disrupting the historical plan of the house. After years of careful restoration and collaboration, this elegant, Grade II listed Georgian house and estate has been brought back to life and sensitively woven into its secluded landscape surroundings.
Denali Custom Homes, Inc.
Denali Custom Homes
Bill Bocken Architecture & Interior Design
Shelley Metcalf Photographer