4,338 safety Home Design Photos

ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
The quality of water-based finishes has improved in recent years as the demand for safer alternatives has increased. For added confidence of product safety, you can seek certifications from Green Seal or GreenGuard — two industry-independent organizations that give their seal of approval to building products
“Aubrey pulls” — jasper91
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
and stone especially require a pro with experience to lay it properly.Good to know: Your driveway and front walk designs should take both beauty and safety into account. Keep the driveway slope modest and have it properly graded to allow water to run off instead of pool. A gently curving drive or path
“Pavement” — Adam Min-hayeshuv
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
don’t want to have the seat permanently taking up much-needed floor space, consider a folding bench, which can cost a few hundred dollars. As with a safety rail, you’ll want to make sure a folding bench is securely attached to the wall.
“Chair in shower” — brookestervibe
Prideaux Design
8 Reviews
textural bath
8. Look for tile with a radius edge. The large radius edge on this tub offers a nice place to sit as well as provides safety from a fall. Few tile companies make a radius edge or bullnose edge, so starting with this tile can really streamline the selection process.
“Floor” — jillberki
Cole Design Studio, LLC
6 Reviews
Keasey Interior
these are common in older homes, codes for new construction require that landings between flights of stairs are at least 36 inches by 36 inches for safety. Check local codes and be sure your landing interventions use only the space beyond these requirements. Also, codes require that risers are 36 inches
“Staircase” — sylvannah
Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
usually built with rectangular frames made of lumber, raised beds can be as fancy as you want them to be, just as long as they’re solidly built for safety. Even if you don’t plan to build a raised bed, you can still build up the soil by amending it with organic matter such as compost.
“Plants behind wall” — Sarah Cunningham
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Denver Country Club Home
comes not only from an appreciation of beautiful things, but from a desire to help others create and nurture the things that “home” signify to me: safety, love and support.
“Coastal style living room” — janetbeardsell
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Bathing Room
inspiring to see surprising elements like the mural, the lack of tile, the fireplace, the light fixture and the furniture. One rule NOT to throw out: Check safety codes when using a hanging light like this one and a bathtub in the same room.
“bathtub” — amdarrington
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