9,993 best way to keep house cool Home Design Photos

Staircase in Sandusky home
On second look - are they steel or simply painted wood? Either way, an excellent effect!
what about a bend with the piping exposed? that way we wouldn't have to replace the cabinets
great stairs idea to keep it open
AFTER: Beneath the staircase Lloyd placed a dining table with a bench and metal chairs that can be scooted out during large parties. “It was the best way I could utilize the space and still afford us a formal dining setting for hosting dinners with friends and family,” she says.
“Banister” — fleurgo
Bagnato Architects
Thanks. Can you recall the exact colour of this Chiampo Limestone? We live in Cayman so just researching best place to source this particular colour! Kind regards
interesting the way the clustered the lights and
A house from a former church, NICE
Warm wood ceiling mixed with cool colored concrete and cool color palette.
“dark timber trusses & paler timber lining boards” — chrisdewar
mark gerwing
Valley Lane house
I like this one best so far
Fireplace as a half wall. Whether to cover pipe or not may be a point but this is one way to see it's difference
front of my house and look very silly.
Not best design but like how goes through both sides
These types of chimneys aren't just for exterior wall applications. Metal chimneys are ideal design elements for two-sided fireplaces, where they help keep the interior spaces more open and connected. This interior wouldn't be nearly as open, bright and spacious with a boxy chimney rising up from the fireplace
“Flowing floorplan” — nina10nana
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Are they difficult to keep clean / not show finger prints, water marks, etc?
frosted glass doors. Replacing a laundry room, pantry or kitchen door with a frosted-glass version will increase natural light but (most important) keep those laundry piles and dirty dishes hidden.
I like the frosted door and the way "Laundry" is printed on it
Farm house sink for laundry room
frosted glass doors. Replacing a laundry room, pantry or kitchen door with a frosted-glass version will increase natural light but (most important) keep those laundry piles and dirty dishes hidden.
“laundry room door” — erikatracy
Julie Holloway
4 Reviews
I keep coming back to this idea. Is the vanity custom? Source for table? I would love to recreate this idea in my 4 girls' bathroom. These baskets would work well to keep clothes and towels off the floor! Thank you!
How do you keep the water from splashing
I also use the gas lines to make inexpensive but cool looking curtain/drape rods!
The way the tiles are layer
Like the slate floor and vertical tile in shower together. Also like the shallow vanity , cool idea to save space and make the b-room feel bigger
maybe has nothing to do with our house
“all white bathroom” — quitelovely
Copper Creek Homes, LLC
4 Reviews
Mine Style Rustic Mountain Lodge
Lamp & Shade Works, yes that is strip lighting! It's a great way to show of these beautiful custom hand painted tiles!
It is unique & cool looking.
stairs. guide to kitchen for midnight snack and a cool night light for the kids. perfect!
I like the idea of using pretty tile in different rooms of the house. I would like to see the tile under each riser
LED strip lighting on stairs is a pretty cool idea!
“love!” — one4krusn
mgc arquitectura
casa de campo
Super cool- but doesn't fit our house!
? Could be done with one way glass
Upstairs holiday house shower
LOVE THIS way of life.
Really cool shower...Best shower ever
“Beautiful view.... takes my breath away...... shower & bath.” — Sheryll Lyn
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
How do you keep the gravel in?
How do you keep the gravel from "spilling" from the path?
rocks up by house....gravel path way....plantings of low grass and edging plants
pebble walks and cool plantings, with planter boxes
Crushed limestone path for side of house?
Mixed gravel by house
path way...Cool garden path
“I like this path with the soft plantings on either side” — Susan Ciufo Landscape Design
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