165 lowes Beach Style Living Design Photos

West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Beach House on Long Island
Ideabooks4,857
Questions14
g long horizontals with the soaring ceilings. Thus the furnishings are low relative to the ceilings. Many of today's deep and midcentury modern–inspired sofas and lounge chairs have low profiles like these, making the Jane's low height (11 inches) the right fit.Side note: Check out the way the photographer
“coffee table” — rosemee
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks6,668
Questions7
owners wanted a substantial addition to a 150-square foot, one-room cabin. The new one-story home is carefully connected to the waterfront views, nestled low into the rocky site, and surrounded by large fir and pine trees. The home’s new main room was built adjacent to an ancient wind shaped pine, which becomes
7. Replace (or modify) old windows. Single-pane windows are a major culprit of heat loss during the winter months. Upgrading to low-U-value, low-E windows can save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve
“windows but without panes” — Pamela Barton
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
Ideabooks8,262
Questions9
and dining room - love bookcases here and by fireplace. beams on ceiling, but would have to carry it into living room. may be living room ceiling look low.
chaise was used instead of a sofa to preserve views of the fireplace. The chairs are from Christian Liaigre. The living room ceiling felt especially low before the painting job, due to the harsh distinction between the brown wood and white coffers. Now that both are painted the same color, one notices
“Fire place tiles” — Grod
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Tara Seawright
Living Room
Ideabooks13,584
Questions21
Open things up. If your cottage is a warren of tiny rooms, consider taking down walls and creating a more open floor plan. Also, if you have a low ceiling in a one-floor cottage, see if you can rip it out and go up to the rafters.
Open things up. If your cottage is a warren of tiny rooms, consider taking down walls and creating a more open floor plan. Also, if you have a low ceiling in a one-floor cottage, see if you can rip it out and go up to the rafters.
“This seems like a popular design” — Kathie Chiu
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks4,619
Questions8
home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and
repurposed an old glass pie display as a side table with seashells inside, and the rusted tin chimney piece from France acts as a quirky foil on the low table."
“chair refinish” — kimberlyrol
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
House on a Point
Ideabooks366
Questions1
Here is the view of the water from the tall living space. The lower section can be shaded with curtains, and operable windows at low, middle and high positions allow for plenty of natural ventilation.
“Windows” — barbmdc
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
San Clemente Remodel
Ideabooks28,661
Questions21
If you are budget conscious, consider halogen MR16 bulbs, which rule a large part of the market right now. If you are willing to spend more, try the low-voltage bulbs gaining momentum in residential projects. Use LEDs for a clean, white lighting option. Although the initial cost will be considerably higher
“Furniture” — marthamack
Reiko Feng Shui Design
3 Reviews
Rockport Beach House
Ideabooks328
Questions0
Love the low colourful seating, it screams RELAX!
Low seats look comfy to the max Dope ass poster White wall everything
low couches
“Brilliant sofas” — asmarz
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