284 Living Room Sofa Medium Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The couple share the master bedroom with a sliding door.
With original steel-framed windows, beamed ceilings, warm wood-paneled walls, and a gracious floor plan it makes for a wonderful entertaining space.
A low wooden bench running along both sides of the extension is both functional and attractive.
The house is sited on wooded plateau overlooking a wetland and lake beyond.
The main living area features pieces by George Nakashima and Sam Maloof. Japanese tansu cabinets frame the space, each adorned with artwork and souvenirs from nature.
The floor-to-ceiling windows give dramatic proportions and a sweeping view of the city.
The interior are a flawless visual study of vertical and horizontal forms and many rooms feature Redwood ceilings.
The room opens to additional outdoor entertaining space.
All of the rooms are bright, airy and embrace a modern minimalist aesthetic.
An additional entertaining area leads out to the pool area.
The home's character has maintained intact by preserving beautiful period details such as the wood-burning fireplace and the vaulted ceilings.
The home's character has maintained intact by preserving beautiful 1920s details, such as the wood-burning fireplace and the vaulted ceilings shown above in the living room.
Stairs lead up to the upper level.
"There is a moment when the sun enters through the bathroom skylight when you can feel the stillness and calm settle over you," says Studio PCH founder and principal Severine Tatangelo. "That’s the sensibility we aimed to capture in the rooms, patios, and gardens that really makes Nobu Ryokan a retreat destination."
Living room
Timber floors add warmth to the compact apartment.
An inviting lounge area for guests to gather and enjoy.
The view from the living area.
The opening leads to the central courtyard.
The large timber screen casts a
The common living area.
A green Finnjuhl sofa and table at fireplace, and pendants from Foscarini.
A raw steel box inserted into one of the concrete walls serves as a storage system for the owners’ collection of rare vintage vinyl records.
The inlaid stone fireplace.
The living/dining area.
Flooring includes Teragren bamboo, cork in the kitchen, and porcelain at entry points. American Yellow Birch was used for the cabinets and trimming.

Photo by: Eric Hausman Photography
The new penthouses underneath the garden feature teak wood — which match the natural aspects upstairs. The furniture was purchased by the homeowner.
A lounging den with bright pops of color.
A fireplace in the den.
The custom crafted shelving encloses the couch to create a cozy atmosphere.
Exposed beams make for a rustic-chic interior.
An old European-style fireplace for cozy, post-ski evenings.
Slate gray Xander armchairs from World Market.
Dining + Living
A WH Design sofa and an Arper Catifa 80 chair rest on a Nanimarquina rug made  of recycled bike tires.
Tribeca Manufacturing Building

New York–based architect Andrew Franz undertook the renovation of a landmark circa-1884 former soap warehouse in Tribeca, originally designed by George W. DaCunha in the Romanesque Revival style. Franz reorganized and modernized the six-story building—which retains its original 16-foot beam ceilings, brick walls, timber columns, and elevator winches from the former freight shaft—by incorporating steel, glass, handmade tile, and lacquer to complement the masonry and heavy timber. An interior courtyard and rectangular mezzanine are situated below the original 16-foot gull-wing ceiling planes.
Add credit Isokari comes with an optional sauna building, but if you don’t need a sauna, this structure can be transformed into two bedrooms with toilets. The Isokari ranges from between 818-square-feet to 1,227-square-feet.
A wood-burning stove adds a cozy element.
The chapel has been serving as a rental property.
The light-filled double-height library.
The remaining floor area was freed up, so the owner had room for to create a small living lounge.
The open plan living room has great space for entertaining.
The living rooms opens to the backyard.
All of the artwork was created by the New Design Project. Photo by Alan Gastelum.
Cedar wood seamlessly extends from inside to outside, creating a continuous extension to the woods beyond.   Adirondack chairs provide the perfect viewing point from the balcony.

The modern living room is one of the busiest spots in the house. It is where family and friends alike gather to share stories, watch movies, read, and unwind. As you'll find in the projects below, there are endless ways to configure a fresh living space with modern options for chairs and sofas, sectionals, end and coffee tables, bookcases, benches, and more. Innovative fireplaces add a touch of warmth.

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