320 Air Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Busy Family Farmhouse
Ideabooks483
Questions0
Air plants on wall --- some inside old, painted picture frames
I like the air ferns and containers.
bathroom is flooded with light from a hidden skylight and clerestory windows. The walls are painted a light blue that was matched to a piece of fabric. Air plants dot the wall alongside a vintage dresser, which was repurposed to hold toiletries. The floor is covered in marble tile. Sink: American Standard;
“small shelf just above the sink” — crthiel
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks3,906
Questions3
storage above and exposed air conditioning vent
We use mechanical ventilation to keep the air fresh, heating the incoming air with the exhaust air. And we use dehumidifiers to maintain healthy moisture levels and prevent mold.
“the paint color” — laniek
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Porch
Ideabooks5,805
Questions9
Yes this is a Rainman ceiling fan from Minka-Aire. This it shown in the Brushed Nickel finish it also comes in an Oil Rubbed Bronze and a Galvanized Steel finish as well.
Rainman Ceiling Fan by Minka Air
Rainman ceiling fan from Minka-Aire.
Rainman ceiling fan from Minka-Aire
Minka-Aire Rainman ceiling fan
“Fan” — ekkgolf
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks1,883
Questions1
Big Ass Fan - Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power the home and pool equipment and send
Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power the home and pool equipment and send leftover power back to the grid.The construction is timber frame with structural integrated panels (SIPs)
Two large ceiling fans provide plenty of cool air. The home is powered by a field of solar panels just southwest of the house. The panels generate energy to power the home and pool equipment and send
“Loft” — ianmiles
Griffiths Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Horseshoe
Ideabooks182
Questions1
Air line and water line above
heater, lights, air lines
Ceiling mounted water/air
Air plumbed
“functional hanging power cords” — jameswhwong
Magnolia Homes
The Farmhouse
Ideabooks5,252
Questions8
while making it more hospitable to contemporary family life. She and Chip replaced the electrical, plumbing, roof and windows, added central heating and air conditioning, and opened up the interior to create generous, free-flowing spaces. The couple stripped off the interior drywall, revealing the original
while making it more hospitable to contemporary family life. She and Chip replaced the electrics, plumbing, roof and windows, added central heating and air conditioning, and opened up the interior to create generous, free-flowing spaces. The couple stripped back the interior drywall, revealing the original
“Everything” — marye2947
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Briar Creek Farm
Ideabooks713
Questions0
while children are outside adults have a covered place to gather to keep an eye on them. solar power and roof design for most efficient air flow and less need for air-conditioning during spring and fall
The architect oriented the long axis of this building toward a stand of oak trees to take advantage of cooler pools of air created by their shade.
The architect oriented the long axis of this building toward a stand of oak trees to take advantage of cooler pools of air created by their shade.
“Metal columns at pergola” — kristainl
Moontower Design Build
16 Reviews
Historic Trimble House
Ideabooks11,588
Questions4
Napworthy porch. A covered porch is the perfect place for napping — the fresh air and gentle breeze soothe, but the roof is there to protect you if a sudden shower springs up while you snooze. Any daybed makes a fine napping spot,
Napworthy porch. A covered porch is the perfect place for napping — the fresh air and gentle breeze soothe, but the roof is there to protect you if a sudden shower springs up while you snooze. Any daybed makes a fine napping spot, but I think the rocking motion of a hanging bed is especially restful
“Swing” — carmenthepeach
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