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Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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Saturday morning: Clean the air. Open up those windows and let the fresh air in. This simple step can make a big difference in indoor air quality, which is usually
crack a few windows for at least 15 minutes each day to keep your home's air clean.Next, grab your coat and your coffee because I am sending you on a little
small act will undoubtedly lift your spirits, and it will help detox the air to boot.
“the cupboard” — michleng
Alli Michelle
our house
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each day in all seasons.9. Get an air purifier. To really improve the air quality inside your flat, invest in an air cleaner with a HEPA filter, and be
paint and other finishes can all impact the air quality in your home. Even if you live in an urban area, air quality is usually better outdoors, so be sure
“Wood bed” — jeanetteroach
Contemporary Bedroom
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like us -- you'd prefer any day to live with fresh air over air-conditioned air. And use the air-conditioning to knock things back a few degrees during
night can help force the air movement when there is no breeze and a small temperature difference. During the day the added air movement from fans can help
how quickly you can cool a house once the sun is down by pulling the cool air in through a few strategic windows and out the attic! /// use good ol' revolving
night can help force the air movement when there is no breeze and a small temperature difference. During the day the added air movement from fans can help
“ceiling fan/light” — swalter123
(fer) studio
Venice Residence - (fer) studio
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A necessary air return became a decorative moment when it was installed at the top of a column.
necessary air return became a decorative moment when it was installed at the top of a column.
this metal doohickey is an air return. With an open floor plan, we need to think about air returns and where to place them.
A necessary air return became a decorative moment when it was installed at the top of a column
window behind the bed is meant to enhance the aura of relaxation. A necessary air return became a decorative moment when it was installed at the top of a column
“Would this be how the bed looks from the center of the room?” — idelight81
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
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especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants create a sense of depth, softening the
especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants create a sense of depth, softening the
“Everything” — signaturestylegirl
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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South End Courtyard
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HIDE THE AIR CONDITIONER. Here’s the built structure from the previous rendering. From
never guess that to the left of the firewood stash is an access door to the air conditioner. With the storage cleverly disguised as part of the courtyard
never guess that to the left of the firewood stash is an access door to the air conditioner. With the storage cleverly disguised as part of the courtyard
“pavers” — wjgreen
New Eco Landscapes
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Red Hook
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and inexpensive outdoor lighting.After the storm the client moved a huge air conditioning unit to the deck. “We had to work around it,” says Lewis. He
Air hidden...Air conditioner...Air conditioning covering...planter at air cond...Hide air unit...Hiding the air conditioner
“Wood and egg” — Elijah Gowin
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Sun Valley
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around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then
create wind tunnels funnel air into areas you want
around the house. You can also plant a grove of trees to act as a low-tech air conditioner for the entire property, creating a cool zone; breezes can then
“For the way, way back” — megwade2
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