Houzz is the new way to design your home.
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Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
Villa Ferraro, Capri - Italy
7. Tiled floors. Most Italians don't really go for carpet, preferring to have tiles instead, since they're cooler in the heat and easy to clean. Italians love to be ready to welcome an unexpected guest.
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
sources than incandescent, it is still a viable and important part of lighting in a residence, provided it is dimmable. By dimming, we decrease energy and heat output, and we lengthen lamp life.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Bedding, towels and kitchen linens should be laundered in hot water — remember that when you are shopping and choose fabrics that can stand up to the heat.
Dungan Nequette Architects
Day Residence Interiors
labeled plastic bag taped to the unit.7. Hang heavier window treatments. More than a style statement, thicker window coverings can help your home retain heat — slashing energy bills. If you use blinds during the year, layer curtains on top. If you have light cotton curtains, trade them for thicker drapes
Master bedroom by Four Walls and a Roof
light. Its five windows can make it boiling in the summer and freezing in winter, so a big challenge was finding window coverings that moderated the heat, looked great in large quantities and were affordable. She settled on silk shades along one wall and draperies in the same fabric, all with heavy linings
To combat the heat and humidity of New York summers, Garneau installed an energy-efficient ceiling fan.Green area rug: ABC Carpet & Home
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
9. Get a hood fan. If you don’t have a range fan in the kitchen, consider the investment. Cooking can generate ample heat throughout the house, and a range fan can help significantly with venting that hot air back outdoors.
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
Kitchen remodel at beach house in Lewes, DE.
hard horizontal and vertical lines usually found in kitchens. Design tip: Think ahead when deciding where to install your new fireplace. Make sure the heat won't make you uncomfortable, especially when you're cooking.
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