9,091 bright rooms sky high Home Design Photos

Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,167
Questions4
sky light matched with big windows
Small room, but skylight and mirror make it awesome
Hide the frame. Appearing as if it’s open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses
sky light with walls continuing into the opening to conceal the frame - use of mirror creates illusion
Mirror up against skylight doubles the light in the room...
Great idea for the powder room
PDR downstairs needs to have light coming in from laundry sky window if possible
powder room. The nearby Santa Monica airport provides a steady stream of visual stimulation, and a large backlit Ikea mirror is positioned to reflect the aerial action.
Hide the frame. Appearing as if it’s open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses the small space with a sense of wonder. Because the skylight is oversize and the walls are continued up into the
“Mirror + Skylight in the bathroom. That's rockin'.” — ssmoot
Cheryl Burke Interior Design
5 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks1,633
Questions2
What is the wall color in the secondary room?
for family room/kitchen colors. Our dining table is this color. Maybe we can do a little bit of black in the rug or furniture?
Gray paint, dark furnishings, Hazy Skies OC-48 wall paint
Bm hazy skies. Gray green
The stunning oak trees that inspired the color palette are visible from the bedroom window. The high position of the house on the hillside gives it a private, treehouse-like feel.
“hazy skies - gray, greige, green undertone” — jacqipapa
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
Ideabooks2,043
Questions5
Maybe Orange Sky by BM instead of Laughing Orange by SW??
Orange color: Benjamin Moore Orange Sky. Good color for sitting room wall.
BM Orange Sky color -powder room?
light coming from the windows and it not cramped plenty of room.
Try painting one small wall a favorite orange. This is a great low-commitment way to get a little punch of color in a room. This more toned-down orange is a good choice for a bathroom where you want to spend some time relaxing in the tub.
of my clients. The patches should be painted across from a window, next to a window and next to any proposed accent wall or passageway into another room. Light conditions greatly affect the appearance of colors. You need to test the color in areas of shadow and direct light, and observe it during the
“Paint” — jconmoxey
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
Hoffmanresidence-LivingRoomToPool_website.jpg
Ideabooks874
Questions3
the ceilings of our house sky blue
Love the window/doors, hard floors, porcelain dog...general feel of this room
The living room is architect Nick Mehl's favorite area because of the gorgeous natural light pouring in. Hoffman bought the "Blue Skies" neon sign at an auction hosted by musician Willie Nelson. "My late husband, Jace
I like the neon sign: "Blue Skies, smilin' at me!"
The living room is architect Nick Mehl's favorite area because of the gorgeous natural light pouring in. Hoffman bought the "Blue Skies" neon sign at an auction hosted by musician Willie Nelson. "My late husband
The living room is architect Nick Mehl's favorite area because of the gorgeous natural light pouring in. Hoffman bought the "Blue Skies" neon sign at an auction hosted by musician Willie Nelson. "My late husband, Jace, and I chaired the annual fundraising event for the Corpus Christi Art Museum," she
“- Natural light.” — midmodman
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks735
Questions1
hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky."
Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western
the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with the low sun as it moves on its horizontal course across the sky.
“omg this is it for my windows upstairs” — Marinthe Goedschalk
Kia Designs
1 Review
Loft bedroom
Ideabooks15,710
Questions15
Lofts don't have to fling you sky high. This one is just high enough to make good use of space with a built-in dresser and elevate the bed to a primary position.
Lofts don't have to fling you sky high. This one is just high enough to make good use of space with a built-in dresser and elevate the
Lofts don't have to fling you sky high. This one is just high enough to make good use of
Lofts don't have to fling you sky high. This one is just high enough to make good use of space with a built-in dresser and elevate the bed to a primary position.
“Loft Bed” — christinalove45
BELLA INTERIORS - Jill Kalman
5 Reviews
LIVING ROOM
Ideabooks4,972
Questions7
Perfect rug for my living room
clients family room and we recut for the living room. I believe it has been discontinued.
This was actually the client's own that was in their family room. We cut it down
down and bound it for the living room. I believe it has been discontinued. If I get any information on it I will post. Thank you for your interest :)
Sky light, sky bright and see the stars at night!
loved the wainscoting to make the room look smaller
Good placement of sky lights and lighting
“Drapes living room!” — czosh
Maneli Wilson Interiors
Maneli Wilson Interiors
Ideabooks5,348
Questions7
find a design that maximizes the head room both below and in the loft. Can you share the dimensions of the sleeping quarters you designed for this client?
high ceiling, loft, in small apt
Up to back room from blue room.
circular stairs with room for ramp access
high ceiling loft in small apartment
Nice gathering room !
spiral staircase opens up room
Wall color BM stormy sky
Ben Moore Stormy Sky 1616
Great room!!...Stormy sky...Stormy Sky BM 1616...BM stormy sky
“Accent wall with sofa colors” — Shelly Hendry
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