Explore High Windows, Ceiling Windows, and more!

Mi Casa Su Casa

Luxuriate in the Living Room. White loft space with double height windows.

Hoge plafonds - Eenig wonen

has some info on how energy efficient windows are perfect for the energy conscious home owner. Would paint the window wall a beautiful aqua green.

Modern Blog

A Touch of India in a Grand West Village Home

Great New York City apartment with a two story main living area. A modern open floor plan that features super high ceilings and floor to ceiling windows

(6) Tumblr

Living room ideas & designs photos - Create the perfect space in your home with a functional living room design, beautiful furniture and decor that reflects your lifestyle and personality.

PLASTOLUX “keep it modern” » Modern Interiors & Furniture - BassamFellows

natural light // windows // modern // minimalism // mascualine // interior design inspiration // Mid Century Modern by BassamFellows in interior design architecture Category

b48 How To Choose The Right Bathtub (75 pictures)

How To Choose The Right Bathtub

A Victorian house in London via William Tozer Architecture & Design. Love the flow of space - black framed doors, minimalist kitchen, indoor/outdoor space, light wood floors, lots of windows and natural light

I am in love

Interior design and architecture for a loft unit in San Francisco's Oriental Warehouse, Building by Edmonds + Lee Architects

ARI Apartments,© Paul Carland

Gallery of ARI Apartments / Ola Studio - 5

Residential Interior Design, Studio Apartment, Apartment Projects, Interior Ideas, Textile Design, Cupboards, Exterior Design, Living Spaces, Beautiful Things

In 1957, architect Eero Saarinen completed his design for the Mid-Century Modern Miller House. Commissioned by the industrialist J. Irwin Miller and his wife Xenia, the house featured an exciting new interior design feature: A sunken conversation pit. Meant to be a gathering space where hosts and guests could

In architect Eero Saarinen completed his design for the Mid-Century Modern Miller House. Commissioned by the industrialist J. Irwin Miller and his wife Xenia, the house featured an exciting new interior design feature: A sunken conversation pit.

Quite Continental

An entry from Quite Continental

Pinterest
Search