69.513 Billeder af dagligstue med mørkt parketgulv

Ombygning/renovering Charlottenlund

Meike Rehder / Happytat


Flot oversize sillebensparket - cubusliving

Houzz Tours Myhouseins

Mia Mortensen © Houzz 2016

Maria Jernov

Camilla Stephan © 2016 Houzz
Flot med det sorte bjælker og det sorte gulv. Fin stol - kristinakruse2014


Bjarni B. Jacobsen
Кровать и полки - natalia_mityaeva

"ungkarlebolig" på Frederiksberg

at man kører gardinet helt væk - webuser_178515160

Coffee Residence

Fine Focus Photography

Classic Traditional

Bernard Andre Photography

Chiswick Townhouse

The dark wood flooring and wish from the clients for a 'red based colour scheme' set the tone for this cosy townhouse living room. We went for tan coloured netural walls with a warm red undertone to pick out the reds in the sofa. The red sofa is in a herringbone chenille fabric, and the blue one is a teal-blue wool, so both feel very thick and warm and cosy! We mixed teal blues with reds to balance out the warmth of the reds. This room has a classic, sophisticated feel without being overly stuffy - we still want it to be family friendly with a big worn coffee table for drinks or board games. The dark oak coffee table is bespoke and we aged it to look like an antique. Photographer: Nick George

Grayham Road - Oak Driftwood Engineered Wood Flooring

EUROPE: https://www.reclaimedflooringco.com US/CANADA: https://www.reclaimedflooringco.us/ For this stunning project in central London, we supplied solid and engineered flooring for under floor heating. The complete set finished in our own ‘Braided River’ patina consisted of right angle nosing, treads & risers, wall cladding, mixed width engineered boards. Already this particular project has seen numerous journalists and photographers, we expect to see this interior on public display very soon inside a few industry journals. Congratulations to the client for having the courage to fit the same patina in so many areas, sometimes simplicity is key without creating too much variety in colour and texture.

East Lake Shore Drive Pied-à-terre

Reagen Taylor Photography

Lake Blue Ridge Custom Log Homes

Stuart Wade, Envision Web The crystal clear aquamarine waters of Lake Blue Ridge make it one of Georgia's most picturesque mountain lakes. The 3,290-acre lake and surrounding area offer campsites, several boat ramps, a full-service marina and public swimming and picnic areas. 80 percent of the shoreline on Lake Blue Ridge is in the Chattahoochee National Forest, managed by the USDA Forest Service. Blue Ridge reservoir is 11 miles long and has 65 miles of shoreline, 25 percent of which is developed. The lake was formed when Blue Ridge Dam was constructed on the Toccoa River in 1930 by the Toccoa Electric Power Company. At the time it was built, the dam was the largest earthen dam in the Southeast. The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) purchased the facility in 1939 for hydroelectric power production. There’s a scenic overlook above the dam and a shaded picnic area near the powerhouse. The canoe and kayak launch site below the dam gives non-motorized boaters access to the Toccoa River. The river is noted among anglers for its sunfish, trout, and bass. When water is released from Blue Ridge Dam to generate electricity, the river becomes a Class I-II float through the Georgia hills. Besides providing power and recreational opportunities, Blue Ridge also helps reduce flood damage. The lake is home to bass, bream, catfish, perch and crappie, which make the area popular with anglers. It is the only lake south of the Great Lakes where Walleye are caught, and is also known for small-mouth bass fishing. Recreation on Lake Blue Ridge Pontoons and jet skis are available for rent at the Lake Blue Ridge Marina, on old U.S. 76. The marina has a boat ramp, fishing, boating supplies and boat storage. Swimming, camping, fishing and boat ramps are available at Morganton Point Recreation Area in Morganton. Other boat ramps are located at Lakewood Landing on Old Highway 76, Morganton, and Lake Blue Ridge Recreation Area, Aska Road.

Living Room

With 35 years’ experience in lighting and product design, John Cullen is widely recognised as being at the forefront of lighting design and development in the United Kingdom.

Hampton’s Style House

The entry herringbone floor pattern leads way to a wine room that becomes the jewel of the home with a viewing window from the dining room that displays a wine collection on a floating stone counter lit by Metro Lighting. The hub of the home includes the kitchen with midnight blue & white custom cabinets by Beck Allen Cabinetry, a quaint banquette & an artful La Cornue range that are all highlighted with brass hardware. The kitchen connects to the living space with a cascading see-through fireplace that is surfaced with an undulating textural tile.

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