65,159 maximize natural light Home Design Photos

Elizabeth Cb Marsh
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D.C. Apartment
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tricks the eye into thinking there is another window there and helps maximize natural light. Casually propping a full-length mirror against the wall brings
tricks the eye into thinking there is another window there and helps maximize natural light.
tricks the eye into thinking there is another window there and helps maximize natural light
tricks the eye into thinking there is another window there and helps maximize natural light. Casually propping a full-length mirror against the wall brings
“Mirror between windows” — dglvr1125
Capital Building
9 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
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multi-tiered house that suits the character of its suburban setting, maximizing natural light with myriad windows and displaying a crisp, contemporary aesthetic
Outside and inside is just perfect. The layout, the cool design. The natural light coming in. Beautifully done. Congrats.
multi-tiered house that suits the character of its suburban setting, maximizing natural light with myriad windows and displaying a crisp, contemporary aesthetic
multi-tiered house that suits the character of its suburban setting, maximising natural light with myriad windows and displaying a crisp, contemporary aesthetic
that’s perfectly suited to the character of its suburban setting, maximising natural light with large windows with a crisp, contemporary aesthetic. ‘When
This house looks like it's lighted up.
“Slotted timber railing with timber privacy screen.” — Gord
T01 Architecture & Interiors
Cliffbrook
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rocky shoreline between Coogee and Clovelly. The open-plan living area maximises views out to the ocean with a large picture window framing views over Gordons
brick dwelling, the new home with its earthy tones, merges well with its natural surroundings. Its earthy tones are reminiscent of the local sandstone headlands
just sent a similar 10" wide floor to another Houzz user. They went with a natural finish over their Rift & Quartered White Oak floor.
offer a great opportunity to gain more natural light and air flow inside the home.
To further maximise natural light, open your home up as much as possible
BONUS TIP: To further maximise natural light, open your home up as much as possible by having large windows where
“El color del piso” — jotita
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Lourdes Gabriela Interiors
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Modern Vibe
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Place huge mirror in room to reflect light
leaning a large mirror on the wall opposite a window – this will maximise natural light and completely open up the room. Placing mirrors on facing walls
are also clever (and chic) additions to small flats as they, too, bounce light around a room, create the illusion of space and offer functionality without
“the mirror” — Sara Hiemenz
Jeni Lee
living room
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Large north-facing windows and glass doors in the living room area maximize natural light. The space makes good use of louvers for cross ventilation. Sam
Large north-facing windows and glass doors in the living room area maximise natural light. The space makes good use of louvres for cross ventilation. Sam
“The fabric on the couch” — chewie2007
Rossington Architecture
14 Reviews
Warren Drive 2
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pronounced than if they were both small. This makes sense in terms of maximizing natural light, but also in terms of keeping the skylight small for various reasons:
pronounced than if they were both small. This makes sense in terms of maximizing natural light, but also in terms of keeping the skylight small for various reasons:
A broader splay to the sides allows more light into the spaces below, especially when complemented with a light color on the tunnel walls.
“6.” — Charles Straka & Associates, Inc.
frederique pyra legon architecte
4 Reviews
Villa C1
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waxed concrete. Glass bricks and a pivot door, made of aluminum, maximize the natural light while preserving the home’s privacy.Sofa: Victoria & Albert
the ground floor. Glass bricks flanking the aluminium pivot door maximise natural light while preserving the privacy of the home. The stairs are made of
“Door” — ebutlershafer
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Bellevue Hill Sydney
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Maximize natural light. Cupboards under stairs (walk in)
see, the giant windows create a lot of natural light in the space. The light, neutral colors and natural light in the space make it appear more airy and
2. Maximise natural lightLook carefully at some of the beautiful Australian homes featured
you notice a common thread? They all have wonderful light. Light, and even more so, natural light, is the best decorative element for any house. It gives
healthier. But natural light doesn’t benefit only your room, it benefits you, too. A house that receives an abundance of natural light is immediately inviting
to regulate human circadian rhythms. And did I mention that utilising natural light can lead to substantial energy savings?
The important fact about natural light
“Bright, clean, peaceful” — donnadeee
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