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Shane D. Inman
Light gray velvet sectional. Totally different look.
mirror on wall...allow light....light colors...recessed lighting...ceiling lighting...Wall Color
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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David Neiman Architects
Light floors and touch of red
minimize the wall area that faces the adjacent houses, improving their exposure to natural light and open views. Open floor plans borrow light between spaces and to maximize the potential to see through the house to the landscape and sky beyond.
light hardwood floors
recessed lighting...Wall Color
Owings Brothers Contracting
nice. Recess and light. Light wood
all the walls with bookshelves wouldn't look so enclosed either
upper windows = extra light
Sky lights...spot lighting...Wall Color
RKI Interior Design
Hillsborough Living Room
Contrast of light blur and dark brown.
beams and recessed light sun room
Light ceiling w dark beams
lights beams...is the wall color?
Michael Abrams Limited
Captiva-Living Room & Dining Room
The lights in combination with a ceiling fan
openness, lights, windows
and can lights...recessed lighting...ceiling lighting...Wall Color...Wall color?
Eclectic Family Room
How fun, little jetson, little 60s, I like the little pops of color...could be white walls and ceiling
Multicolor floor n light
love the light...hanging light...recessed lighting...Wall Color
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Mountain Retreat - communal space
ceiling with light from above, while a suite of ground-room floors fit cozily below. An elevated cedar deck wraps around three sides of the great room, offering a full day of sunshine for deck lounging and for the entire room to be opened to the outdoors with ease. Architects: Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz Project
Conard Romano Architects
Conard Romano Architects
in its light-filled, main floor living spaces, as well as in its lower level bedrooms.
you have recesses for shutters or curtains behind the bookcase depth?
brick walls which are at least 10 inches (250mm) thick and this would not require any false backing. The depth of the reveal as depicted would be correct as such a window is mounted on the exterior brickwork. This mean with the depth shown the shelve would approx 8-10 inches deep.
Notice light up above - would be good for reading in the evening.
light above window seat, framed window