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805 exposed rafters Home Office Design Photos
Cross House Japan
2 x 12 as rafters or paired 2x6 as faux rafters with wood panelling in the
see entire article on exposed framing
Exposed beams, light walls, natural ceiling paired with dark stain floor
Hybrid approach: Exposed ceiling finished walls
ScalePart of a natural palette of building materials, this tongue and groove ceiling illustrates a common method of exposing roof rafters and framing. The roof rafters, running from eave to ridge, support a field of horizontal tongue and groove planks. Above these planks sit the roof insulation
wood slats sitting above the ceiling framing.By exposing the framing in one particular location, the architect altered the scale of the room, breaking up the room into its component parts: the dark floor, the light walls and a neutral-tone ceiling. Exposing the structure on a ceiling has other advantages
Exposed rafters, track lighting
exposed beams & floor
Michael Lee Architects
7th Street Residence
exposed joist is a great look in the ceiling
exposed rafter detail
like the exposed rafters and batten walls
Dave Adams Photography
Studio space over garage, exposed ceiling rafters, will want windows on all sides (or maybe 3 of 4 to manage light while working
Large open art studio w/exposed wood ceiling...sky lights! Love!
Exposed wood ceiling
Chang + Sylligardos Architects
exposed beams? in office are or room?
Could hang lights off rafters like this
Exposed wood ceiling in office
Exposed beams, lovely bookshelves
ceiling rafters...Exposed beams...exposed beams
Dominique & Anne-Marie
Built in storage, organization, desks wood rafters.
built in bookshelves + exposed brick
cozy, warm industrial space. love the wood beams and exposed lighting
The wood used for the shelves has been recycled three times: It was originally used for a garage, then a chicken coop.A large built-in desk hugs the exposed columns. Two colorful hammocks with suspended lighting hang near Leroux's guitar collection.
Siesta Key (Low Country)
character including an oil rubbed wooden countertop in the kitchen, brick sill details, shutters with shutter dogs and brackets, siding at gable ends, exposed rafters in the living room. One of our favorite things about this home is the way the family room relates to the kitchen and dining area.