David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
House Earl's Court
the doors.Learn how to design around a pitched ceiling TELL US…Are you a fan of sliding doors? Share your thoughts in the Comments.
terraced house. The glazed pitched roof and bi-fold doors pull in lots of light, while the clean white scheme makes the space feel fresh and inviting.
minimal space on the rear wall for a full-height glass door. Here, to boost light levels, folding doors are teamed with skylights installed down the spine
Space, open plan and natural light!
Up lights at the front door...with lighting front and back...Low outdoor lighting...Lights on front...Lighting and slabs...Paving lights around house...LED LIGHTING ON OUTSIDE...Lighting and paving...Lighting , people edging...welcoming warm lighting...Entrance lighting...Lighting, wood...Border and lighting...outdoor lighting...Brilliant Lighting
lighting up the house to reflect shadows!
beneath trees and bushes to create cool shadows at night. Installing the lights at night, or simply experimenting with a flashlight before installing,
lighting idea for tall patio wall...Light shooting up wall...Front yard lighting...Like the lighting effect and...cool lighting...up lighting...Under light trees...exterior lighting...solar light in...Outside lights
Chelsea Hill House
Wow, this is concrete block? I'm not a fan of the overall shape of this house and strange window configuration (just
Ideal Exterior and Lighting. Simple, Modern
short sides, called out by a glass strip, a walkway and a vertical bollard light set in the ground. The glass above the door hints at some of the spatial
Richard Wintersole Architect
3 homes on a County Courthouse Square
Chevron wall, up lighting and grasses
lights behind grass on blank exterior wall
lights from the bottom along the...Up light...Lighting against the wall....up lights on wall!...landscape lighting...up lights...side walk, lighting...wall lighting in end garden...Outdoor lighting
grand needed, but it was always about the light.............long winters, lousy light. It was all about the light. troy thies
The light, the big windows on the back. the ambiance.
not a fan of awnings...Dark and light
Castro Design Studio
light stone to go with a white roof?
and people really seem to be embracing the style."Bonus: Designing Women fans, this one's for you.
What about the light gray brick?...Dark windows and light stone...light stone
Katz Builders, Inc.
Shoal Creek Custom Home Five Star Energy
screened porches on first and second floor along with copula and electronic sky light as well as electronic openers on windows in upper levels, provide a perfect
air from the outside. The home cools off in minutes. Between ceiling fans and bringing cooler air into the home, the owners don't turn on the air