24,571 lead free lights Home Design Photos

RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
Solar Home
-- Does the ladder lead to a play room? From another picture, it looks lie there's another room up
ladder leading to attic from K's room or pull down from just infrom of linen closet for
lights in floor of loft
“Ladder” — koonzigs
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Levin Residence
Water flows under the covered bridge leading to the house
rests beautifully on soft desert scape. Love the procession to door and leading the eye through the house to distant vista
The canned lights Windows through house on both sides Walkway with landscaping on either side
“Ksis” — seabstian
Amoroso Design
San Carlos Residence Two
Great color scheme for rooming leading out to pool
Light denim poufs serve as ottomans in a more modern space. The color provides a fresh playfulness
Downstairs leading to bar
“cabana room” — tdubs09
Mary Prince Photography
10 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
Master bedroom leads out into greenhouse
bed to side of path-bird bath, sculpture, torch light, wagonwheel, wheelbarrowsomething in center of bed
The master bedroom leads out to the backyard greenhouse. This image shows the view from the greenhouse toward the master bedroom door.
“amazing!” — Morgan Alyssa
Contemporary Bedroom
cool ladder leading up to I don't even know what.
The ladder leading to another space
looks light
“Plywood wall with trim” — M Jensen
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Michigan Barn
like the openness of the barn doors and the steps leading up to the barn
But I like the idea of having a barn/storage with opposing doors, to let light flow through.
Love the lead windows.
“Barn door/shutters” — aubreybartolo
Rudolph Architects
Custom Home, Fishers Island, New York
the dark dormer with light trim.
LOVE THIS - covered porch leading to pool
Double staircase leading to pool.
“Porch” — Jessica Bobinger
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Stone Terrace with Chairs
and it will make the whole property look bigger. We can do the walkway leading to the front door the same way.
The uneven lines lead to a more natural, less modern look
green and blue-toned greens. The scheme works because it is balanced by the light-colored trees in the background and the grass between the pavers.
“Yard” — corrells
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