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Continuing the lines of the existing wrap-around porch, we were able to create a family kitchen with a raised ceiling culminating in a large skylight. The warmth of natural lighting highlights the palate of the material selection. The kitchen extends out to a new deck and yard beyond. Photographs
The room where the double sided doors are can be our pantry room. Picture in idea book SKYLIGHT LOOKS AWESOME!
Consider skylight in kitchen if its not to expensive to do.
Beccy Smart Photography
New skylights keep the kitchen space open and encourage flow from the kitchen to the garden deck. An upholstered armchair at the head of the table can easily become a reading nook during the day.
Von Haus Design Studio
Brighton Residence, Australia
Natural phenomenon. Ever tried cooking in a dimly lit kitchen? Very frustrating. Skylights are the answer, of course. Chopping and stirring beneath natural light is far more pleasant than in kitchens awash in artificial light – save that for night-time and install dimmer switches to set the mood.
Jules Duffy Designs
picks up on their color. She also added the glass-front recessed cabinet for storage and used a hand-painted ceramic tile in the shower surround. A skylight bathes the room in natural light.Sconces: Visual Comfort; wallpaper: available via Jules Duffy Designs
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
Was it the light? A few skylights and big, open windows can make many a homeowner weak in the knees.
Light & Classic
room was narrow, so the architect widened it by 3 feet. He fitted the window over the kitchen sink with obscured glass for privacy, and installed a skylight to let more light in.The island and cabinetry are detailed to relate to the period in which the house was built — including the long island legs,
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
This bright and airy living room extension was added to the original living area to open up the space, with a skylight and sliding glass doors flooding the room with light. The owners wanted to incorporate their favourite shades of blue and green throughout the house, so the bold rug and cushions bring