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Transitional Gray Living Room With Two-Story Windows
Contemporary furniture and cool gray hues with a yellow accent wall give this living room a stylish flair suitable for a modern man. Gorgeous two-story windows not only provide natural light, but also draw the eye upward to the stunning crystal chandelier.
Formal Living Room With Two-Story Window Treatments
This formal living room was once a hot room, and it was flooded with natural light due to its walls of two-story windows. While beautiful, the lack of solar control plus the intense brightness of the space made it hard to enjoy. The new coloration helps absorb light. Soft, fluffy fabrics and tall window treatments changed its feel and echo.
A pair of pale blue curtains accentuate the height of this two-story sitting room. Houseplants and coastal artwork keep the neutral palette lively, while transitional sofas boast plenty of seating alongside a skirted ottoman.
Contemporary Living Room Features Two-Story Windows
Soaring, floor-to-ceiling windows pair with horizontal wood paneling to direct the eye toward the breathtaking lake view, ensuring natural scenery is the focal point of this living room. Furnishings are kept simple and neutral so as not to distract from the view.
Windows, Fireplace Add Drama in Two Story Living Room
Two stories of windows and a stone fireplace surround create visual drama in this otherwise understated living room. Natural light streams through the windows and offers views of the surrounding wooded lot, making the room a perfect spot to while away the hours while on retreat.
Beach Flip's Melissa and Mahdi created the feel of a room full of windows by adding drapery panels on two walls of this renovated living room. A wall-mounted TV can be covered by the top set of panels.
Natural light flows through two stories of windows and bounces off of a large contemporary painting above the fireplace, which serves as the focal point in the room and also anchors the blues and reds used in the space.
A wall of windows in this two-story great room allows views of the outdoor patio with fire pit. The open living space has a raw steel accent wall with wall-mounted TV and ribbon flame fireplace. A cozy shag area rug defines the seating area that features a cozy gray sectional and contemporary white chair.
This home has all the classic architectural elements of a prairie-style home. long flat roofs with big eaves, rows of windows and horizontal lines. Developed in the Midwest by architectural trailblazer Frank Lloyd Wright, the prairie style was built based on the idea that a home should serve all practical needs without being overly embellished or showy. It was influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement and features many of the same concepts such as built-in furniture, simple materials and open floor plans.