28,517 "natural light" Home Design Photos

RUFproject
3 Reviews
W2nd Residence
Ideabooks581
Questions1
understand what changes in natural light mean — from weather to time of day and season. We can use natural light to bright and warm our rooms, and it’s an abundant free resource. Locating openings higher in a wall or roof plane will permit you to admit more natural light deeper into a space. Always
When it comes to lighting a space, natural light always wins. Daylight is full-spectrum light, composed of roughly equal parts of all wavelengths (colors) of light. It’s the light our senses are most tuned to, and we intuitively understand what changes in natural light mean — from weather to time of day
day and season. We can use natural light to bright and warm our rooms, and it’s an abundant free resource.Locating openings higher in a wall or roof plane will permit you to admit more natural light deeper into a space. Always remember that the direction your windows face will influence the type and
“open beams” — egcallaway
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
Ideabooks8,448
Questions8
Find a spot with good light. If your workspace doesn’t get good natural light, choose great lamps that brighten your room.
Choose a room with great natural light. If you have the option, choose the sunniest room possible for your creative workspace. Rooms with abundant natural light are more inviting and best suited for activities that may strain your eyes.
Find a spot with good light. If your workspace doesn’t get good natural light, choose great lamps that brighten your room.
2. Natural light is often the best light when it comes to needlework. If you can position your work desk near a window – do so
“The colors are very bright and happy” — briebahr
Tara Seawright
Kitchen
Ideabooks11,893
Questions7
Can you believe this kitchen is in a dark corner that doesn't get much natural light? The bright yellow ceiling has the power of the sun!
In the kitchen: This designer painted the ceiling yellow to brighten up a kitchen that didn't have much natural light. Gray counter stools and countertops ground all of the white from the cabinets and floor.
Try it out: This yellow ceiling lightens up a kitchen that doesn't receive much natural light.
canary-coloured ceiling? That’s something anyone can do. A splash of paint in a vibrant daffodil shade was all it took to turn this dark room lacking natural light into a cheery, sunny space.
“COTTAGE?” — danlcon
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Dani Ridge House
Ideabooks3,786
Questions3
increasing natural light. Each exposure offers unique lighting. North-facing rooms draw on natural light as well but typically need assistance from an artificial light source. Tip: Add windows to the southern face of your home to get the maximum benefit from natural light.
Expose your room 2 natural lighting
1. Exploit natural lighting. For rooms used primarily during the daytime, natural light can be adequate and inviting. Consider passive light sources first. Tip: Check local building
candidates for increasing natural light. Each exposure offers unique lighting. North-facing rooms draw on natural light as well but typically need assistance from an artificial light source. Tip: Add windows to the southern face of your home to get the maximum benefit from natural light.
“Nice wood treatments and natural light” — Pam Yurasek
Allen Bianchi
Essex Lane House
Ideabooks8,610
Questions6
exterior space and natural light but no sense of just how close the property line actually is. Effect: Conceal views while admitting natural light.
Conceal views while admitting natural light. with FP in the
Seated, one has a sense of the exterior space and natural light but no sense of just how close the property line actually is. Effect: Conceal views while admitting natural light.
Here we see the combination of two uses of sliver windows. The upper, or clerestory, windows wash the white ceiling with bright natural light, while the lower windows near the seating group permit only very carefully controlled views outside
experience to be carefully modulated. Seated, one has a sense of the exterior space and natural light but no sense of just how close the property line actually is.Effect: Conceal views while admitting natural light.
“Partial Double Height Lobby” — aaadubey
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House
Ideabooks28,099
Questions20
I like the natural lighting and openness.
Windows for natural lighting
Great build for natural light
are worth it.Tell us: When did you first realize the importance of natural light?More: Tubular Daylighting Devices Bring in Natural LightReplace vs. Restore: The Great Window DebateClerestory Windows Are Tops at Ushering in Natural Light
Natural Light
“layout” — rizzadelc85
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,685
Questions4
I love these sliding glass doors. I like how large they are, to let a lot of natural light into the kitchen. I also like it for a summer, or spring day.
Big sliding doors in the kitchen open up both walls in this space. Like most of the other rooms, the kitchen gets natural light from all sides. Full-height glazing allows light to pour in from the south, filtered by bamboo along the property line. A partition separates the entry hall from the kitchen
kitchen during daytime hours. Besides, who doesn't love a gorgeous light-filled space?North- and south-facing windows are optimal for bringing in natural light. Northern light is softer and unaccompanied by glare or direct light (which brings with it heat). South-facing windows can introduce direct light
“Modern looking slider” — rebph
Dumican Mosey Architects
Pacific Ave Artist Studio
Ideabooks9,381
Questions9
I have a craft studio space with little natural light. Is there a paint color besides white that would be neutral without seeming cold?
full of great natural light. Arrange a comfortable chair with easels close to a window. Consider neutral colors for walls and floor coverings. Include a space to store supplies and a sink for cleanup if possible.
5. StudioAn art studio need not be large, just full of great natural light. Arrange a
StudioAn art studio doesn’t need to be large, just full of great natural light. Arrange a comfortable chair with easels close to a window. Consider neutral colours for walls and floor coverings. Include a space to store supplies
“Love the art space” — helimedic
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