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Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Bryn Coed Farm
Picket fence, lame post with battery operated light
post. Reminiscent of old inns, a hanging lantern on a post is as charming as can be. If you don’t want to bother with having it wired, just use a battery-operated outdoor-rated candle inside.
Elizabeth Hagins Interior Design
A Farmhouse in the Hamptons
ladder (maybe add battery operated tea lights or something?)
The Painted Home
Cute chandelier alternative. But I would use battery operated candles with automatic controller. Easy peaty!
Custom Agrarian Residence
Solar exterior lights How solar lighting works. Photovoltaic cells absorb sunlight during the day to charge the batteries, which then light the bulb at night. Because solar lights are powered by the sun, they must be placed in an area that receives full sun — ideally
hours per day. What if you don’t have direct sun? If you are putting solar lights in your desert yard in Tucscon or Palm Springs, they are sure to operate at maximum strength — but what if you live in Seattle or simply have a heavily shaded yard? It’s not quite as simple, but you can still have solar-powered
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
House on Casco Bay
The sliding door panel on the upper floor window - is that an operable door? Is it manual or automatic? We have a similar detail on a current project and we are looking for the best way to close the door panel other than manually
Unfortunately this is a very low-tech, manually operated door. It slides upon top-hung barn door hardware and is opened and closed with use of a pole from the exterior. It slides very easily.
monoxide detector, as well as smoke detectors positioned throughout the house. Take a moment to test that yours are in working order, and change batteries if needed.
Patrick Ahearn Architect
Herring Creek Farmhouse
Are these LED lights? battery or electric?
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
if the transome were operable would it open at top or bottom
Just a little more on operable transom designs. The standard size called a "hopper" is hinged at the bottom and has its roots in old England. These were held in the open position with a chain, but could be latched closed. In the