466,549 lighting and heating Home Design Photos

Megan Buchanan
Le Marche St. George
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4. Manage light and heat. Solar panels won't always make for a smart financial investment, because of the time it takes for them
The light that opens the room
This is my kind of space...vintage, quirky, light filled...
direct light and heat are free, with no investment greater than a little forethought. Bring daylight into your home, and it will lift your spirits for more reasons than the reduced electrical bill. Sunlight brings heat with it, too. Remodel your home to take advantage of the sun when you want it and
Manage light and heat. Solar panels won't always make for a smart financial investment, because of the time it takes for them to pay for themselves, but the sun's direct light and heat are free, with no investment greater than a little forethought. Bring daylight into your home, and it will lift your
“Cozy” — littlebunnies
Malcolm Davis Architecture
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Stone
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nice sink base with natural light coming in from underneath the cabinet.
Love the light thru the cabinet
love this light thru the cabinet!
strong light and heat gain in the morning, and you won't have sun streaming into your eyes in the early evening when you are preparing dinner. North-facing windows bring in the least amount of light and are most susceptible to heat loss in colder climates. South-facing windows get the most sun and heat
“different modern kitchen sink design” — mollywagoner
Urban Jobe Architecture
Outside rooms
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I like the stringing of lights among the trees
Love the lights and we could do this in the back garden
adding lighting to your patio this spring? Which style of lighting is your favorite?
Don't overlook lighting. String bulbs overhead or add an all-weather floor lamp to extend the amount of time you use your patio. The fire pit here adds both light and heat, and provides a focal point for the built-in
“Patio 2.” — marielareyes24
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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FINNE Architects
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FINNE Architects
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clerestory windows. pros, hard for people to look into, very cool and different looking. Cons, don't add a lot of light or energy, more for the looks. I would put these windows across the side of my house.
Overhangs with lighting, clerestory windows, wood siding
natural light in the garage. Also like the slanted roof.
how much heat you want to add. Clerestory windows on the south-facing side of your house will generate more warmth from the sun in winter.The clerestory windows on this retreat by Finne Architects in the Cascade Mountains in eastern Washington not only add light and heat during the snowy season, but also
“Clerestory for living room” — kateinoz
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
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absorb light and heat. Many of these materials are appropriate for driveways as well as patios.
absorb light and heat. Many of these materials are appropriate for driveways as well as patios.
“decomposed granite” — hshrews
Tim Cuppett Architects
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Mountain House
Ideabooks4,706
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bird on a light fixture. OK, technically that should be "put some wings on some light bulbs," but that just does not have the same ring to it. The birdy chandelier by Ingo Maurer is a modern classic that will always inspire conversation and glee. More:An Ode to Owls Around the HouseHouzz Reader Photos: A
ultraviolet light and heat, causing the wood to change color or develop an undesirable patina. For discoloration stains: Move area rugs periodically and draw curtains over large windows to avoid obvious, undesirable discolorations. Before leaving the house, make sure to close your shades or blinds; doing so
sleek. The light fixture is called the Birdie chandelier and is by far the most whimsical choice in the room, balanced out nicely by the Saarinen table. Side Note: Aren't those windows and doors to die for? Details like these that we often don't think about can make such a difference in the architecture
“Table” — mrhirsh
West Architecture Studio
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Flat Shoals Kitchen
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Manage the light. Managing the light that enters your home is a way to save on utility bills and make your home a more cheerful place. Strategically placed awnings and roof overhangs can help you do this. In the summer, when you don't want as much light or heat, the sun is higher in the sky. Because the light
light hits your house at a steeper angle, the same awning that blocks out light in the summer will allow the low-angled winter light in when you need it most. The awning pictured here serves another purpose. Because it is set down below the top of the window, it reflects light up onto the ceiling inside
“Awning” — Sarah Hutchason
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
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shutter & lights, but kept white pole light
Light!!! Windows!!! Balcony!!!,
winter light to heat the house while still capitalizing on the breeze and shade that's so necessary for summer.
outdoor lighting...wall lighting
“Southern” — kinlea
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