Living Room Steiner Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 00:06:53 AM.
The Family Room. As the house is located in mountainous region, the family room seems like designed to have wide mountain view. This place is the room where the family spend their times together as the owner of the house have 3 children. Motorized doors give extra detail to the room and it’ll took away when opened.
Traditional Spanish Colonial Style Living Room. The design of the house was a family affair. As it is located in mountainous dessert region, this house has the best view as well as the climate. The living room looks warm and designed in traditional Spanish colonial style or Mediterranean design. The floors connect with patio outside and the ceiling is in groove wood. The special design from this room is hand-carved fireplace from rare Moroccan cantera stone.
Mediterranean Style Hallway. The walls are well painted in Venetian plaster and almost all wood beams are hand-hewn. A beautiful hallway lies to connect family room and the courtyard. This beautiful space build with traditional spanish colonial design. You can see it from the vaults in the ceiling as well as the wrought iron doors and sconces. The floor describe the style very well, a nice combination from travertine and walnut floors.
The living room is frequently the coziest area on the home where you could meet together with your family as well as friends, also all designer or only owner tries to create it as captivating as possible. Some plants and a fireplace also fur would create the living room comfy, also of course, a brick wall and stone! Yes, it's tough to be confident it yet rough brick creates any room cozy also joyful, notwithstanding from the style you have chosen. Actually, single brick wall is simple to suit to your inside also colors ‐ only select the size also the colors you require ‐ white to shabby chic and tight dark grey to an industrial room. Really often a fireplace is finish in brick also the wall beyond it forwards the décor. Choose the living rooms below also select the concepts you can apply in your home décor!
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