5,790 air tools Contemporary Home Design Photos

2Scale Architects
3 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Minka Aire F577-BNW Concept I Wet 1 Light 52' Brushed
clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
Minka Air Concept 1 ceiling fan (Brushed Nickel)
Minks air paddle fan
clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
“Modern table with storage underneath” — lgutnrt
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Hen House
fresh air all the time. A must to keep the shed ventilated! In the winter we cover the openings with a layer of rigid insulation on the really cold nights. Good luck on your project!
w/the tool shed to utilize part of it as a chicken coop.
Galvanized bucket for big tools.
roosts, tools hung from wall
into a tool shed!...fresh air?
“Possible dog pen?” — dougandjulie
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Portland
17 Reviews
surround for air conditioner and pedalstal at trailer
garden tools if roofed also good for trash cans
trash or air outside for a cheaper price
Cover air conditioner
Hide air conditioning units outside
cierre aires
“Fencing” — jcmajor
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
left). Air lines from a compressor stored in the Storage Room line the walls.
tool box color and neon sign, overall coloring
The outlets and air piping
tool chest
“sign” — Amy Geddes
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Automotive Bedroom
Craftsman tool chests as furniture, recessed lighting, and "motor" ceiling fan. Wall color SW 6149 Relaxed Khaki.
tool box for a night stand.
Tool box for night stand for Eli when he is older
Love the tool chest as a drawer
Like the tool box for dresser or toy storage for play room. Could go along with car theme/road signs.
“Tool chest Nice!” — cnc670
Capital Building
3 Reviews
material and tools, one man job. I could cut the bark using a big scissors (used the garden scissors:) ). Tip: paint the wall dark brown before putting up bark, so gaps hide. I did this in August 2013, and it is still standing all right (it's March 2014 now)
only a tool, and is irrelevant to the photo.
cycle air-conditioning into the best position in the room. Bringing the vents to this side of the room meant better cooling and gave us the opportunity to frame the bed. This photo makes it look bulkier than it is, most people think the bulkhead was part of the design with the bed not a functional bulkhead
reverse-cycle air conditioning, positioned above to help mirror the placement of the bed. Lights: Curio Design
“Rustic modern” — yuhancheng
The Home Improvements Group, Inc.
Outdoor kitchen
used tools.
move our air conditioners!!!!
stainless tool box grill area
used tools.
“bar area” — standinginline
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tineke triggs
online tools for taking the paperless plunge Add to ideabook by Amy Lau Design Bedtime: Make your bedroom a tech-free zone. Remove as many electronic devices as possible from your bedroom and see what a difference it makes in the way you feel. To have a more restful sleep, try turning off
clean the air and keep our planet cool. Do your part and take advantage of whatever space you have to grow something. Don't have a huge yard? Not a problem. Get creative with container planting, a vertical garden or even a pot of herbs on your windowsill. Add to ideabook by CCS ARCHITECTURE
cleaning the air. Bamboo, philodendron and rubber plants are all great choices.
“swivel chairs” — mybabymargit
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