12,685 Cool Living Room Design Photos

Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
fireplace
Ideabooks29,463
Questions12
Do you like warm light or cool light? You have probably heard lighting described as having a color temperature, which is measured in degrees Kelvin (K). Simply put, this indicates whether the light will appear warm or cool — more yellow or more blue.Desirable temperatures for
3,200 K: Warm, the Goldilocks zone (for many)• 3,500 K: Neutral• 4,000K: Cool. Mimicking natural daylight starts here; the light gets colder depending on the time of day. (Surprisingly the light we perceive from the sun is cool.)• 5,000 K: ColdLet personal preference guide you. If you are drawn to rich
“Cladding/veneer for front.” — Rudolfo Fonseca
CLAUDIA LUJAN
MODERN
Ideabooks7,751
Questions12
2. Cool white. In this space, the cool white walls perfectly match the white furniture and window treatments. This creates a serene, homogenous space that has very little contrast and/or distraction. Cool, pure whites work well in contemporary spaces because they provide a feeling
cool curtains-- maybe silk puddling on the floor?
2. Cool white. In this space, the cool white walls perfectly match the white furniture and window treatments. This creates a serene, homogenous space that has very little contrast and/or distraction. Cool, pure whites work well in contemporary spaces because they provide a feeling of newness. Paint
“Extra white--cool” — dlbeyland
Jane Ellison
11 Reviews
Details
Ideabooks6,944
Questions7
Cool Blue - Asian-inspired space. Symbolizes renewal and immortality in China. Blue Dragon 810 by Benjamin Moore
Cool blue. Many people equate the color red with an Asian-inspired space. However, a cool muted blue also makes a great choice for this type of theme. Blue (and green) symbolizes renewal and immortality in China. What a terrific color to serve as a backdrop for blue and white porcelain ware. I also
space doesn't scream "autumn" — it whispers it midyawn right before dozing off for an afternoon nap (just ask the French bulldog). When the weather is cool and the leaves are falling, there are few better way to settle into a nap than with a hot cup of herbal tea or cider, with the shades drawn and all
“Nice” — dearial1
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
BK House - Living / Dining
Ideabooks1,850
Questions3
It's worth pointing out that passive daylighting is a means toward passive cooling (considering the light entering is not too direct, so it doesn't lead to heat gain). Every light turned off during the day cuts down on the cooling that would have
Wood walls and cool stone concrete
It's worth pointing out that passive daylighting is a means toward passive cooling (considering the light entering is not too direct, so it doesn't lead to heat gain). Every light turned off during the day cuts down on the cooling that would have been required to offset its heat.The BK House's tall spaces
“shaker fireplace” — lmosborne
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks4,271
Questions7
So you’re thinking about adding radiant heating or cooling to your house. Unless you have particular renovation constraints, you’re
http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/23226744?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u442&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery7 Radiant heating and cooling
comfort. If your house is particularly well insulated, you may never get a return on your investment in a radiant system. Is Radiant Heating or Cooling Right for You?
real comfort. If your house is particularly well insulated, you may never get a return on your investment in a radiant system. Is Radiant Heating or Cooling Right for You?
rises, making your attic hotter than your basement.Radiation. Underfloor radiant heating, such as in the home seen hereIf enough heat flows toward the cool area, your interior can become uncomfortable.
“Beanbags” — deborahkurin
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Calm, Cool and Collected in Downtown Toronto
Ideabooks608
Questions1
My Houzz: Calm, Cool and Collected in Downtown Toronto
Wanting her home to feel warm in the winter and cool in the summer, she landed on a palette of mostly whites and camel browns with a touch of blue in the bedroom and green from the many plants to help give the space a fresh feel. Russell's sister found the large coffee table with a chrome base on the
Wanting her home to feel warm in the winter and cool in the summer, she decided on a palette of mostly whites and light browns with a touch of blue in the bedroom and green from the many plants to help
“Use of mantle” — bethgarza
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
4 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks10,008
Questions7
even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard have big windows and doors to take advantage of the cooling”
Front Yard courtyards Love the idea of a courtyard In the centre of the house” “a cool courtyard. Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as
Create a cool courtyard. Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as well to keep the area even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard have big windows and doors to take advantage of
of the cooling effects of this space.
“Interior courtyard, love this.” — irene_francis
Julia Ryan
Contemporary Beach Living Room
Ideabooks10,870
Questions19
Living Room - a slightly curved couch like this would be really cool in the living room and it would provide slightly extra seating and better "chatting" placement without taking up as much space.
I really do kinda like the patterns on patterns not really sure how to make that work but it looks cool
A soft, watery blue is a great color choice for cooling down a room. Tidewater 6477 by Sherwin-Williams was used in this space, and the cooling effect is evident.
“Shape of coffee tables and combining” — misskissa
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