1,686 work shop lights-396.html Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
better idea on color to look for @ SW or elsewhere, I attached a couple more pics so you can see how different light at different times of the day can affect the color - but I love that the light does that.) http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0001H5Y58/ref=asc_df_B0001H5Y582342701?ie=UTF8&condit
info recorded on most wall colors, all old paint cans recently thrown away when storage area cleaned out. But the LR is a a combo of a light mossy grayish-green & a light khaki (on the green side). The paint system/technique is Wagner's Wall Magic. I used to get their supplies @ Sherwin Williams, but my
how the stone pattern is tapered… just for comparison. stone is very light, tho.
“The stone is from Boral. We combined the shapes called Southern Ledgestone & Country Ledgestone in t” — angel1na
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Kitchen
ideas as the granite is thinner than the cutting board, cabinet people tell me this won't work to match the lower cabinets! I see in this photo the cutting board is higher than the counter but I think it might work for me also.
Where did you find these pendant lights over the sink?
Who are the light fixtures by?
Barn Light Electric Company supplied the goose-neck lights at the two exterior gables. I recommend checking out their website.
Hi Michael, do you know who the manufacturer is for the pendant lights above the sink.. also are those hand scraped floors?
YES!! The light over the sink for over the table....
“cosy” — sugihs
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
not bright red (for me) but then again - it does work. i like the monochrome, but mono needs accents. red isn't fussy.
Dining table set under rsj with light in the middle of rsj
Do this for all shop components
when large groups are over. When working within such a small footprint, you have to maximize flexibility." The white walls, polished concrete floor and bright natural light keep the focus on the country views.Kitchen: Poggenpohl; countertop: Caesarstone; pendant light: Le Klint
“Gray blonde contrast” — olddepotdecor
Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd
Madeline Island
color, it wouldn't look like it does in the photograph on your screen. My advice is to work with a fan deck held up to your computer screen until you find the shade of blue that works with what you see. We generally work with Benjamin Moore Classic colors, as well as their Historical colors for their richness
note, as does the swiveling light illuminating the peninsula.
Ceiling - wood from shop then painted
ceiling with pot lights; nifty with wood cabinets
Love the windows and natural light
Light cabinets painted trim wood floors
swiveling light illuminating the peninsula. The vintage range sat in the owner’s garage for years before she found a place for it here.And what’s that overhead? “Blue ceilings are a tradition in New England,” Albertsson explains, “so I always like to bring in a blue ceiling somewhere.”Light fixture: Design
“ceiling” — heath486
Mike Smith / Artistic Kitchens
4 Reviews
Ultimate Farmhouse Kitchen
Made them at our shop.. :)
45" I believe.. I usually keep 42" to 48" when I have two major work centers directly across from each other, so to accommodate times when there are two cooks in the kitchen..
Although 42" will work if u are in need of space.
All of the cabinetry you see in my designs are hand-made by my crew in the cabinet shop.. so, this island is
Yes - Thanks a ton! I am planning on using several of the ideas from this kitchen and it is nice that you are so willing to be helpful! Love your work!
layout, like sink or stovetop to be in island- great work triangle, like farnhouse style
I like these cabinets and ceiling and lighting.
“Countertops” — josephdavidpeters
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
What fixtures did you use for the step lighting?
The steps are a custom detail with an LED light tape. A little challenging to execute!
As always, love how your work feels, it is always so welcoming and comfortable. Without being overly
Shield lights. Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light directly into trees and out across the coastline. Avoid lighting mounted on a
fully shielded from casting light upward.
Shield lights. Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging
“Verandah” — range_12
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Just google "horizontal paneling". Good luck! Here are a couple good ones! http://www.thehouseofsmiths.com/2012/11/diy-wood-planked-walls-tutorial.html http://theinspiredroom.net/diy/diy-horizontal-plank-walls-tutorial-faux-wood-planks/
great mud-room, cabinets, beadboard, light, wall color (BM Navajo White)
the rest of the house. A counter means you have room to clip, pot, transplant, arrange and even overwinter in here. It's a potting shed–meets–florist shop. It's every cut-flower gardener's and dinner party host's dream. Also, note all of the space for storing gardening supplies, vases, Crocs and more.
“Floor” — cpmbradley
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Hi Sandiplaces! The pillows are 20" x 20" and the grain sack pillows are from Sutton Place Designs - here is a link (http://www.etsy.com/shop/SuttonPlaceDesigns). The toile pillows are from Queen of Hearts in Alpharetta, Georgia. I hope this helps! Corynne
translucent glaze in Mocha! Here is a link to Kim's blog with more details ... http://www.savvysouthernstyle.net/2013/02/kitchen-cabinets-tutorial.html Hope this helps! Corynne
Love this room layout light and colors for the lake bsmt
Colors - light blue, yellow, red
“White Sand OC10 Benjamin Moore” — Donna Ward
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™