123,093 high Home Design Photos

Jill Greaves Design
6 Reviews
Scandinavian Modern Condominium
high shelves, raised desk top
Love the high book shelves
high book cases
“Shelving on right” — captivatingmom
Seattle Area Interior Design Firm - Best of Houzz
Pulp Design Studios creates beautiful award-winning interiors that reflect the individual style of our clients, bringing function and value to your home and lifestyle.
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
“I love this garden bed's accessibility: high beds (no stooping), and the L-shape's short reaching distances.”
I love this garden bed's accessibility: high beds (no stooping), and the L-shape's short reaching distances.
nice and high
“Raised beds” — Lenore Townsend
Structures Building Company
5 Reviews
Cobbage Hall
High gloss (white) paint to bounce the light around
High ceilings...high ceiling
“Gloss paint” — AB4 Studio
Donald Lococo Architects
10 Reviews
American Farmhouse
High shelves with glass doors on both sides
Glass front cabinets up high Ceiling
High cabinets and island
“beams” — eschlegel
Tuckahoe Creek Construction, Inc.
2 Reviews
Sabot 10407
this is a pretty entrance with high windows; like the look, but would it be enough ?
High windows (privacy)
High wondows
“Front door and porch detail” — cynthia2708
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
mysticism unlike any other plant. These versatile trees are equally at home in the courtyards of a weathered Japanese temple and a contemporary urban high-rise. With thoughtful placement, well-chosen varieties and appropriate pruning, you can elevate your garden from mundane to unique. Let’s see how.
Japanese maple Crimson Queen Tamukeyama and Red Dragon not more than 8 high ft to 12 ft wide
“very oretty garden” — mjkjrobinson
Haisma Design Co.
Client Home - Gull Lake, MI
Painted Bed: For furniture it’s recommended to use a paint with a medium- to high-gloss sheen. It deters fingerprints, increases durability and allows for a cleanable and wipeable surface. High-gloss sheens are typically appropriate on contemporary furniture, whereas a semigloss is a safe
especially important for the last coat of paint. Also take into consideration the temperature and humidity. Paint dries more slowly in cold temperatures and high humidity. Avoid painting in intense sunlight, as the paint will dry too quickly and the paint color may appear inconsistent when it’s dry, especially
“ella love ceiling” — Amber Eph
Carl Mattison Design
11 Reviews
Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
good example of floor-to-ceiling tile in shower, 48" high elsewhere
Tile all the way to ceiling makes ceilings seem SO high. Kind of like it
High bathroom window
“Love” — Maggie St.Pierre
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