353 Air Modern Living Design Photos

Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Port Washington Residence
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air conditioner wrap and the shelving unit
Great way to hide air con
the air conditioners. I remind myself that at least I’m thankful to be living in sunny California, where long, hot days make air conditioning a good thing. The shelving on this wall does a first-class job of incorporating and hiding the A/C unit.
This is a brilliant way to disguise the air conditioner
And then there are the air conditioners. I remind myself that at least I’m thankful to be living in sunny California, where long, hot days make air conditioning a good thing. The shelving on this wall does a first-class job of incorporating
“Hidden ac unit” — mochristen
Melocco and Moore Architects
Birchgrove House
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Bring in the breezeWindow louvres are great at facilitating airflow into a house, but they’re also a handy escape route for rising hot air. And that means more comfortable living.
5. Let the air flowAnd, of course, transom windows don’t just have to let the light through – they can let fresh air in, too. Glass louvres placed above sliding doors maximise light, space and airflow in this modern living area; and depending on the weather they can be closed or opened in conjunction
The positive: They give hot air somewhere to goPlanned well, vaulted ceilings can create an escape route for rising hot air. The louvres in this living room vastly improve the home’s airflow in summer, while allowing in plenty of natural light all year round
“Windows and light” — nathanr21
180 degrees
ellsworth residence | 28 degrees
Ideabooks803
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closets or shelving; and 13 to 15 feet for living space. Narrow plans ensure you’ll always be within a few feet of a window, natural light and fresh air.
closets or shelving; and 13 to 15 feet for living space. Narrow plans ensure you’ll always be within a few feet of a window, natural light and fresh air.
“5 stars” — fabiob
Studio Durham Architects
1 Review
Loft living room/art wall
Ideabooks3,131
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Like this look with the exposed air ducts. Would only want this in rooms where we had high ceilings.
Aire acondicionado por fuera
Ductos de aire...air duct...Open air
“Love everything” — hollyhkelley
Studio Garneau
1 Review
Transformer Loft
Ideabooks2,514
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Fan with Light by Minka Aire Fans
Is this really a Minka Aire Flyte…downrod looks different? Thanks.
Indeed it is a Minka Aire Flyte but modified with custom veneer and simpler downrod.
The fan is from Minka Air and is called Flyte, however we customized it with our own walnut veneer and removed the ornamental metalwork since we like it better that way.
The fan is from Minka Air and is called Flyte, however we customized it with our own walnut veneer and removed the ornamental metalwork since we like it better that way.
in all types of homes and buildings, both new and old, across the country.What are unsafe levels of radon? Outside air, on average, has 0.4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) of radon. If the air inside a home is 4 pCi/L or higher, it is considered unsafe. That said, there is no safe level of radon, and the
“couch and table” — emilykricks
Boutique Homes
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Wickets
Ideabooks174
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Air hockey, tv room for kids
Air-hockey & pets, great use for an extra room!
puppy bed, air hockey table.... awesome entertaining space!
air hokey...air hockey table
“Gyerekszoba” — elekagi
studio m | design
Modern loft living room with sectional sofa and concrete floors
Ideabooks561
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! tubo aire acondicionado por fuera, como tubo chimenea
air duct...aire ductos
“Blinds” — charlie232
Nic Darling
100k Living Room
Ideabooks805
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Is that a child he's throwing into the air? Not cool. Very, very dangerous.
Hopefully it's not by throwing your kid into the air to see if it hits.
I like the look on moms face as dad tosses junior in the air. Someone is getting a talking to.
I like the baby being tossed in the air ;)
Baby flying through air
“ceiling fan” — karakinney
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