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WestwindMoger Mehrhof Architects
Gauzy curtains for daytime light but still private
Wall cabinet for master at cottage
Fresh and crisp, warm white bright and simplistic creates an airy feel light and
cables for drapes and lights
ceiling and lighting
Light on ceiling...Light curtains...Cottage side table...Cottage curtains...overhead lighting...track lighting
WHere is the light with branch from?
the frame via small wire. The frame is attached to the ceiling to support the weight of the fixture. The lights are also attached to the frame. It is dangerous to hang the branches from the lights as it can pull the electrical wire, damage the insulation and cause a short circuit.
renovating our home, which is nestled in the woods, and I love this idea. Do you mind sharing how you affixed the branches to the lights?
Rustic wooden light with light bulbs
branches in light and art work
The light fixture is one of the most asked-about chandeliers on Houzz; it came with them from their first house. Tavel built it from branches found in the yard, as a temporary place-filler before a party. They decided to keep it and at one point added a string of Christmas lights. “The Christmas lights
Ritz Carlton BaltimorePatrick Sutton Associates
manufacturer of the hanging light fixture?
I like that lighting. Why did you choose
Lighting around perimeter of ceiling
Love the light fixture over the coffee table. What is the source?
The light fixture is made by Olampia Studios in New York.
track lighting around and a center light
Eclectic, cottage? Interesting
Contemp cottage...Cozy room. Lighting...Pendant light...Lighting fixture...Light fixture....Light fixture
Clairemont Whole House RenovationTerraCotta Properties
Any suggestions on where the light came from?
Thank you. I like the one at potterybarn, but I do not like the decorative petals around each light.
dinning table decoration and light idea
paint color and the light
eating area with light?
Seaside cottage...pendant lighting
Pelham Shingle Style for a Modern FamilyFivecat Studio | Architecture
OK...................... I love the mini bushes for along our back fence line............. stone used for the patio, lights on steps, lighting
stairs design and with the lights...
lighting on the rock wall..............
Nice lights fr our deck
Wall lights and shrub surround
stair lighting brand?
Lighting on steps...Lights in steps....Like the lights...Lights on wall...lights in stairs...Lights in steps...outdoor lighting...stair lighting
BaylorJohn Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
material. Flanked by concrete, wood, and pendant light fixtures, a steel banister lends a distinctly industrial feel to
dark cab, light counter, cool bar stools
under cabinet lighting
kitchen cottage...pendant lighting
Like the planters with scary trees in them for the cottage
Idea for concrete wall, recessed board for address, add electrical line pre-pour for lighting
Light fixture...outdoor lighting...wall lighting
Pond HouseElliott + Elliott Architecture
Inspired by local fishing shacks and wharf buildings dotting the coast of Maine, this re-imagined summer cottage interweaves large glazed openings with simple taut-skinned New England shingled cottage forms. Photos by Tome Crane, c 2010.
not enough light but I like the austerity
But the appeal of cottages is not limited to style and charm. For instance, this alluring grouping of cottages is a compelling solution for housing elderly
deck as I see it at the cottage on the right side
like it but is it too light?
SMALL COTTAGES FOR ELDERLY PARENTS AND GUESTS.
the appeal of cottages is not limited to style and charm. For instance, this alluring grouping of cottages is a compelling solution for housing elderly parents or extended family.
Fieldstone Guest CottageDe Meza + Architecture
foot cottage stands only 25 feet from the bigger, more costly “Older Brother”, but stands alone in its own right. When our Clients commissioned DM+A for the project the direction was simple; make the cottage appear to be a companion to the main house, but be more frugal in the space and material used
The Fieldstone Cottage is the culmination of collaboration between DM+A and our clients. Having a contractor as a client is a blessed thing. Here, some dreams come true. Here ideas and materials that couldn’t be incorporated in the much larger house were brought seamlessly together. The 640 square foot
elegant bathroom. The design imagery was about collision of materials and the form that emits from that collision. The furnishings and decorative lighting are the work of Caterina Spies-Reese of CSR Design. Mariko Reed Photography
Box Architecturebox architecture
wall-to-wall rooflight allow penetration and movement of natural light within the living block while light is drawn into the original cottage via folding glazed doors and rooflights. The existing windows to the front of the cottage were retained and preserved. Photo credit: Paul Tierney
The existing 1940’s cottage situated in Co. Tipperary was in dilapidated condition. The brief, to refurbish and extend this cottage to become a functional living environment. The proposal involved the demolition of the existing rear extension and the addition of three new elements, a living block, glazed
located and orientated to tuck behind the existing cottage while affording a view of the loch and flood plain to the North. Accommodating an open-plan living, kitchen and dining area, while the sleeping accommodation is housed within the original cottage. Large glazed joinery elements and an extensive
Box Architecturebox architecture
wall-to-wall rooflight allow penetration and movement of natural light within the living block while light is drawn into the original cottage via folding glazed doors and rooflights. The existing windows to the front of the cottage were retained and preserved. Photo credit: Paul Tierney
The existing 1940’s cottage situated in Co. Tipperary was in dilapidated condition. The brief, to refurbish and extend this cottage to become a functional living environment. The proposal involved the demolition of the existing rear extension and the addition of three new elements, a living block, glazed
located and orientated to tuck behind the existing cottage while affording a view of the loch and flood plain to the North. Accommodating an open-plan living, kitchen and dining area, while the sleeping accommodation is housed within the original cottage. Large glazed joinery elements and an extensive
can earthquake cottage renovation (only thing i can identify it as ) come some what bigger
What is the color of this cottage
Love the simple sloping roof and high windows for extra light
Perfect design......serene, simple,....exactly what I'm going for....and lets the light in with the peeking windows
clever idea for lighting a garden shed
If you want to reduce heat, do the reverse: Install clerestory windows on the north side of your home, which will allow natural light in during the cooler part of the day. You can also install them wherever tree shade will filter direct sunlight. Consider installing clerestory windows
locations for maximum natural daylight. For example, the clerestory windows on this garden shed by BMF Construction reduce the shed's reliance on electric light.
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