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Living Room Design Photos with Limestone Floors

Barn Lounge with Log Stack
Barn Lounge with Log Stack
Janey Butler InteriorsJaney Butler Interiors
The large Lounge/Living Room extension on a total Barn Renovation in collaboration with Llama Property Developments. Complete with: Swiss Canterlevered Sky Frame Doors, M Design Gas Firebox, 65' 3D Plasma TV with surround sound, remote control Veluxes with automatic rain censors, Lutron Lighting, & Crestron Home Automation. Indian Stone Tiles with underfloor Heating, beautiful bespoke wooden elements such as Ash Tree coffee table, Black Poplar waney edged LED lit shelving, Handmade large 3mx3m sofa and beautiful Interior Design with calming colour scheme throughout. This project has won 4 Awards. Images by Andy Marshall Architectural & Interiors Photography.
Manifold House
Manifold House
Oliver Custom HomesOliver Custom Homes
Open concept living room with large windows, vaulted ceiling, white walls, and beige stone floors.
Inspiration for a large modern open concept living room in Austin with white walls, limestone floors, no fireplace, beige floor and vaulted.
Stone Floor – Antique, Reclaimed Limestone ‘barre blonde’ pavers
Stone Floor – Antique, Reclaimed Limestone ‘barre blonde’ pavers
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Reclaimed ‘barre blonde’ pavers by Architectural Stone Decor. www.archstonedecor.ca | sales@archstonedecor.ca | (437) 800-8300 The ancient barre blonde stone tiles and pavers are large rectangular planks that can reach up to 60" in length Their durable nature makes them an excellent choice for indoor and outdoor use. They are unaffected by extreme climate and easily withstand heavy use due to the nature of their hard molecular structure. They are best installed in a running bond format. These pavers have been reclaimed from different locations across the Mediterranean and have been calibrated from thick blocks down to 5/8” in thickness to ease installation of modern use.
West Maui Kahana plantation style home
West Maui Kahana plantation style home
Mountain + Beach Interiors - Schonewill Int'lMountain + Beach Interiors - Schonewill Int'l
Pocketing mahogany doors. Hidden roll shades. Mahogany wrapped structure. Vaulting ceiling. Limestone floor with mosaic yellow onyx accents. Millwork shelving designed in for art collections and family photos. McGuire lounge chairs and Kreiss sofa with the clients tropical rug.
Design features of recently completed homes
Design features of recently completed homes
First Florida ConstructionFirst Florida Construction
Photo of a large contemporary open concept living room in Miami with beige walls, limestone floors, a ribbon fireplace, a metal fireplace surround and a wall-mounted tv.
Inside Outside House
Inside Outside House
Mark Dziewulski ArchitectMark Dziewulski Architect
This is an example of an expansive modern formal open concept living room in San Francisco with beige walls, limestone floors, no fireplace and no tv.
Modern Farmhouse
Modern Farmhouse
Betty Wasserman Art & InteriorsBetty Wasserman Art & Interiors
A stunning farmhouse styled home is given a light and airy contemporary design! Warm neutrals, clean lines, and organic materials adorn every room, creating a bright and inviting space to live. The rectangular swimming pool, library, dark hardwood floors, artwork, and ornaments all entwine beautifully in this elegant home. Project Location: The Hamptons. Project designed by interior design firm, Betty Wasserman Art & Interiors. From their Chelsea base, they serve clients in Manhattan and throughout New York City, as well as across the tri-state area and in The Hamptons. For more about Betty Wasserman, click here: https://www.bettywasserman.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.bettywasserman.com/spaces/modern-farmhouse/
Canyon Pass at Dove Mountain
Canyon Pass at Dove Mountain
Milestone HomesMilestone Homes
Open concept living/dining room with window walls on both sides of room to take advantage of incredible view. Photo by Robinette Architects, Inc.
Design ideas for a large contemporary open concept living room in Phoenix with beige walls and limestone floors.
Mediterranean Living Room
Mediterranean Living Room
Inspiration for an expansive mediterranean formal open concept living room in Dallas with white walls, limestone floors, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround and no tv.
Puako Entertainment Unit
Puako Entertainment Unit
Taleah Smith DesignTaleah Smith Design
Large tropical living room in Hawaii with beige walls, limestone floors, no fireplace, a built-in media wall, beige floor and recessed.
Aloha Place, Vacation Rental, Keauhou
Aloha Place, Vacation Rental, Keauhou
JM DesignJM Design
This is an example of a large tropical open concept living room in Hawaii with white walls, limestone floors and a built-in media wall.
Tree Lodge
Tree Lodge
Geri DesignsGeri Designs
Tumbled limestone features throughout, from the kitchen right through to the cosy double-doored family room at the far end and into the entrance hall
Photo of a large beach style enclosed living room in Dublin with green walls, limestone floors, a corner fireplace, a stone fireplace surround, a wall-mounted tv, grey floor and recessed.
Morningside
Morningside
Preschel + Bassan StudioPreschel + Bassan Studio
Large contemporary formal open concept living room in Miami with white walls, limestone floors and beige floor.
Villa di pietra nelle colline umbre
Villa di pietra nelle colline umbre
Arkproject Camaiti & CangiArkproject Camaiti & Cangi
Inspiration for an expansive country open concept living room in Other with white walls, limestone floors, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround and beige floor.
Redelco House
Redelco House
Brooks + Scarpa ArchitectsBrooks + Scarpa Architects
Description: In early 1994, the architects began work on the project and while in construction (demolition, grading and foundations) the owner, due to circumstances beyond his control, halted all construction of the project. Seven years later the owner returned to the architects and asked them to complete the partially constructed house. Due to code changes, city ordinances and a wide variety of obstacles it was determined that the house was unable to be completed as originally designed. After much consideration the client asked the architect if it were possible to alter/remodel the partially constructed house, which was a remodel/addition to a 1970’s ranch style house, into a project that fit into current zoning and structural codes. The owner also requested that the house’s footprint and partially constructed foundations remain to avoid the need for further entitlements and delays on an already long overdue and difficult hillside site. The architects’ main challenge was how to alter the design that reflected an outdated philosophical approach to architecture that was nearly a decade old. How could the house be re-conceived reflecting the architect and client’s maturity on a ten-year-old footprint? The answer was to remove almost all of the previously proposed existing interior walls and transform the existing footprint into a pavilion-like structure that allows the site to in a sense “pass through the house”. This allowed the client to take better advantage of a limited and restricted building area while capturing extraordinary panoramic views of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood Hills. Large 22-foot high custom sliding glass doors allow the interior and exterior to become one. Even the studio is separated from the house and connected only by an exterior bridge. Private spaces are treated as loft-like spaces capturing volume and views while maintaining privacy. Limestone floors extend from inside to outside and into the lap pool that runs the entire length of the house creating a horizon line at the edge of the view. Other natural materials such as board formed concrete, copper, steel and cherry provides softness to the objects that seem to float within the interior volume. By placing objects and materials "outside the frame," a new frame of reference deepens our sense of perception. Art does not reproduce what we see; rather it makes us see.
Great Room
Great Room
Concept Design, Inc.Concept Design, Inc.
Photo by Darlene Halaby.
Mediterranean open concept living room in Orange County with white walls, limestone floors, a wall-mounted tv, a standard fireplace and beige floor.
La Jolla
La Jolla
Simi Razavian LEED AP, CGBD, CNE / MSA&Assoc.IncSimi Razavian LEED AP, CGBD, CNE / MSA&Assoc.Inc
Jim Brady
Design ideas for a mid-sized modern formal open concept living room in San Diego with beige walls and limestone floors.
Modern Manhattan Beach
Modern Manhattan Beach
Lori Dennis, ASID, LEED APLori Dennis, ASID, LEED AP
This is an example of a large beach style formal open concept living room in Los Angeles with white walls, limestone floors, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace surround.
Modern Farmhouse
Modern Farmhouse
Betty Wasserman Art & Interiors: The HamptonsBetty Wasserman Art & Interiors: The Hamptons
Inspiration for a contemporary styled farmhouse in The Hamptons featuring a neutral color palette patio, rectangular swimming pool, library, living room, dark hardwood floors, artwork, and ornaments that all entwine beautifully in this elegant home. Project designed by Tribeca based interior designer Betty Wasserman. She designs luxury homes in New York City (Manhattan), The Hamptons (Southampton), and the entire tri-state area. For more about Betty Wasserman, click here: https://www.bettywasserman.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.bettywasserman.com/spaces/modern-farmhouse/
Occupied Staging Meadows Del Mar (Sold)
Occupied Staging Meadows Del Mar (Sold)
Shelley Sass DesignsShelley Sass Designs
Mid-sized traditional open concept living room in San Diego with beige walls, limestone floors, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround and a wall-mounted tv.

Living Room Design Photos with Limestone Floors

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