19,345 solar tubes Home Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
A shower with a solar tube shines brightly, even without electric lights.
Solar tube in shower space without electric
A shower with a solar tube shines brightly, even without electric lights.
Solar tubes above the shower area...Solar tube...Solar tube in shower...dark?/ solar tube...solar tubes...Tube lighting...Shower with solar tube
“could work in our master bedroom” — thedude1
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Foggy Bottom Residence
solar tube, dark walls and light floors
Guest bath- collar tubes, glass doors, dark tile
traditional heavy wood and thick metal would have looked clunky.Another solar tube brightens the main bath. One way Loosle worked to make the room feel bigger
dark and light tile, solar tube...solar tube brightens the main bath....solar tube for light in shower
“10 foot house” — di11ie
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Foggy Bottom Residence
actually a solar tube that brings sunshine down.
The larger round light above the stair landing is actually a solar tube that brings
Built in desk in bedroom and solar tubes
solar tube in hall, metal doors with translucent
actually a solar tube that brings sunshine down. “All the light is on either end, in the bedrooms," Loosle says. "With the glass on the doors and solar tubes
“the staircase railings” — sarin_2014
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Beautiful fixture/trim for light tube! Where can I buy one?
Cost: Light tubes are on the cheaper end of the spectrum, starting at a few hundred dollars with installation. The more complex and the more energy efficient
clad in copper (as opposed to aluminum) on the exterior.The cost for a light tube, on the other hand, is relative to the amount of piping and whether or not
Add solar tubes for natural light...Skylight tube covering to look like...Solar tube disguised as light fixture
“hangers” — fj11
Buckminster Green LLC
10 Reviews
Stairwell with Ecoresin panels and Solatube
your home without bringing in a lot of unwanted heat is to install a solar light tube. These capture the low-angled winter light using reflective coatings
headers. Also don't feel limited to rooms right below the roof. The reflective tubes can be run down from the second floor to the first floor though closets or
solar tubes in halls and baths...light tube to add natural light
“Solatube.” — lsheridan
Brighter Concepts Ltd
1 Review
light tubes for rooms with lower ceilings
Light tube in master bath WC and shower.
A light tube, on the other hand, is good for rooms that don’t have a ceiling at roof level
Bring the sunshine down a light tubeBrushing your teeth in a warm wash of sunlight has to be better than bathing
illuminate a dark, windowless room with a wash of sunlight by installing a light tube, or sun pipe, in the ceiling for a simple but effective way of bringing the
“This SunTunnel allows natural light into a small space, which may be just the right about of light t” — Greene Construction
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
St Clements Master Suite
When a skylight is not possible, a solar tube may be an option. (My parents actually installed a couple in their open-plan
This example shows part of a master suite that clearly benefits from the solar tube overhead. Compare the light level in the foreground (without any artificial
Solar tubes will need to be used.
“wide, glass door entry” — nancygshepherd
Addition Building & Design, Inc.
37 Reviews
Room Addition / Whole House Remodel
House Remodel, Master suite, Kitchen expansion, Hardwood floors, Velux Solar Tubes & skylights, Swimming Pool/Spa
We just did a big renovation and installed one of these solar tunnels in the upstairs hallway. It is the best return on the dollar we've
I have two sun tubes in one of my bathrooms. When i first bought the house I had never heard of them. I spent five minutes trying to "turn the light out"
out" on my first walkthrough. The tubes I have seem to amplify the light a bit, so very good for light from mid morn to late afternoon.
between the roof and ceiling, with a clear plastic dome. The bottoms of the tubes are diffused or glazed to prevent glaring beams of light and to ensure a
“rug in the hallway, cozy” — jdowson
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