11,235 swing arm light Home Design Photos

Riesco & Lapres Interior Design
Smith Residence
Ideabooks1,166
Questions4
swing open door, no frame
keeping it light and clean
“Shower & tub combo” — crystalbroussard
Interiors & Architecture Photography by Ken Hayden
#Architecture
Ideabooks2,847
Questions6
Curtain at end of area with hot tub and bed swing
Sav - This is pretty nice. Another example of white and light wood paneling.
Sky light
“Outdoor” — hulviav
Bagnato Architects
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks3,536
Questions3
Main swinging glass door for pool
steel doors to outside patio, lighting, patio floor
Light paved area around pool
“Exterior colours” — nmmunday
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
DayDream
Ideabooks1,877
Questions6
Hinged shutter. Doesn't work as well in your room. Could not swing open where the chaise sits.
Shutters to add natural light
light green wallpaper
“Bedroom shutter ideas.” — robmartha
FleischmanGarcia Architecture
Prairie Style Home
Ideabooks228
Questions0
Shower door swings both in and
window light...natural lighting
“Stacked stone” — galemunro77
Marvin Windows and Doors
3 Reviews
GATINEAU HILLS
Ideabooks37
Questions1
MARVIN PRODUCTS USED: Marvin Bi-Fold Door Marvin Sliding Patio Door Marvin Tilt Turn and Hopper Window Marvin Ultimate Awning Window Marvin Ultimate Swinging French Door
floor, with its interconnected spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows, allows sunlight to flow through uninterrupted, showcasing the beauty of the natural light as it varies throughout the day and by season. The façade of reclaimed wood on the upper level, white cement board lining the lower, and large expanses
“top cranks” — Claudia
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Cole Residence
Ideabooks4,102
Questions2
Garage turned sideways and swing into it
Ext. colors Light roof to reflect the sun Light walls
“Farm House 20” — 040364
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
Ideabooks8,829
Questions4
inspiration for the "secret garden" area, also have a space for a hammock or swinging day bed (we can lay the original red brick instead of gravel)
Mirrors. These light-reflecting beauties introduce a new level of whimsy to any outdoor living space. This one is casually slung low to the ground, giving the area a laid
“Kitchen area of the garden - Area 2. Love the mirror in the garden, has that sort of secret feel...p” — granaryhouse
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