This would make a beautiful kitchen/dining/living space. Phase - Window walls on east and south. Kitchen on north and east. Dining/island tall enough for extra prep space. Living room area in east end.

The glass to the outside creates a more spacious view. Not sure what I would actually want this in my house, but a neat idea.

Living room design inspiration and decoration ideas

Located on a narrow cobblestone street, a short stroll from the city’s Latin Quarter, Paris’ hip Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche is a cross between a Berlin loft and a Copenhagen concept store. Designed by fashion journalist Vanessa Scoffier, contemporary .

A dream or dreamy space... with so much light.

Living room design inspiration and decoration ideas

Located on a narrow cobblestone street, a short stroll from the city’s Latin Quarter, Paris’ hip Hotel Henriette Rive Gauche is a cross between a Berlin loft and a Copenhagen concept store. Designed by fashion journalist Vanessa Scoffier, contemporary .

Good work with glazing on not your typical side return extension. www.methodstudio.london

Interiors: a London terrace with perfect pitch

Love love love steel windows and doors. For Dinner With a View: Floor-To-Ceiling Bay Windows Dining Room Inspiration Beautiful though clear chairs are not flattering to anyone's tush

The Barns. Crittall windows recessed 30cm into the walls.

Oxfordshire Barn Conversion by John Minshaw photo© Lucas Allen 03 ← Back to Article / Find more inspire to Create: Architecture, Interior, Art and Design ideas

The large windows in a grid are a good way to complement the traditional style you are after with a contemporary expectation to have big views to the outside.

This is what I want for my living room windows. Living room with black framed windows, wood stove, oriental red rug and two industrial coffee tables via COCOCOZY

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Home office workspace: Design by Michael Haverland. Desk by Jean Prouve. // intersection of bookcase and window, plus a desk;

Mulroy Architects has added a glass passageway and angled skylights to this three-storey north London house extension, which features bespoke furniture

Mulroy Architects extends house with angled skylights and glass passage

Mulroy Architects has added a glass passageway to the side of this three-storey house in north London, which features an interior fitted with bespoke oak joinery and furnishings by local studio Manea Kella.

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