561,909 snow light Home Design Photos

Hendricks Architecture
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks12,149
Questions11
fireplace- similar light wood ceiling and dark hardwoods
Cabin-look rustic open light
Light on a gray day...Space and light
“Not the boat” — shumanbryan
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Kitchen
Ideabooks24,406
Questions17
finished in a thin high-gloss white laminate. This should be readily available from any laminate supplier. ex. - http://www.arborite.com/en/Products/Snow-White in GL (Gloss) finish. This should match the high-gloss white cabinetry and will conceal all the seams where the bottom side of the upper cabinets
Thanks - it's a thirdstone original design made easy - more discussion on this topic here... http://www.houzz.com/discussions/201197/Ceiling-lights :: thirdstone inc. [^]
grey and white light gray floor
“Gray cabinets” — districtridge
Natural Bed Company
1 Review
Garden Bedroom
Ideabooks11,228
Questions5
A glass cover is a nice touch, you could even go the whole way and create a light box effect with back lighting - but all of this could be expensive - it just depends on how far you want to go. You may find that an image on that scale is impact enough!
LOVE the floor to ceiling glass and the light. Makes the room feel like it's outside
The glass wall is amazing. Waking up to natural light like that must be the best.
“Cama” — anamamu
WORKSTEAD
Prospect Heights
Ideabooks9,568
Questions9
will work as doors between house and screened porch in snow area.
Are the light fixtures with the extended arms new or vintage? Where did you source them?
The light fixtures are fabricated by Workstead.
the lights, the sliding glass doors, the chairs with dark wood. The brick backwash.
furniture / doors / brick / light fixtures
Keep a favorite feature visible. Not only do the glass doors in this prewar Brooklyn, New York, home let in more light, but they allow the brick wall to be seen from the whole space.
“den doors” — 911beachhouse
Terra Firma Custom Homes
1 Review
Chimney Rock Cabin
Ideabooks812
Questions0
bunkroom. good ladders. drapes and lights.
Curtains to block out light
Individual lights, privacy curtains!
Reading lights & privacy curtains
Lights inside each bunk
snow fence
“Bunks with towel bar” — fisherman6620
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks2,786
Questions2
those are not faux beams they are the houses structure. the spacing depends on the weight of the roof and the snow load in your area, etc... if they are just for decoration you can put fake beams at any spacing you like- what looks good would depend on the size of
Light wood darker beams ??
Light Hardwood...Lights by bed...Lighting choice
“exposed wood” — ryanmo11
Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks6,268
Questions9
Just beautiful view of snow through windows galore!
All light sconces...The lights...wall lights
“Window architrave” — limakay
Trestlewood
5 Reviews
House in Deer Valley, Utah
Ideabooks1,706
Questions1
Just let it snow. . .
Outside lighting...Garage farm lights...Lights off garage
“Aged wood look” — bobby7744
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