43,583 ventilation fan Home Design Photos

Lucy Interior Design
10 Reviews
Tudor Revival
A custom metal artisan made the oil rubbed bronze cover and then we ordered a standard liner with fan from the appliance showroom. Good luck-Lucy
Grand light fixture over the island, dark ventilation hood, map decor.
“Tile accent over stove” — Megan Ammari
1 Review
McNae Residence
Commercial Aluminium Louvre Windows allowing abundant ventilation in the contemporary home or office environment.
10. We are forever fans of the hide-and-reveal type of storage. This photo showcases that beautifully, with stunning wood panels sliding to reveal handy storage space.
“Sliding wall hiding a bar - timber feature.” — McCullum Ashby Architects
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
health, energy performance, and optimizing the walk-to-town construction site. To maintain health and air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s
For my bedroom, cedar chest, round table, fan back chair.
“Mayonnaise by Benjamin Moore” — deschaine
Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
4 Reviews
Thornbury Extension
Also, what type of ventilation are you using. Make and model would be very helpful. Thank you so much!
“Beautiful Kitchen Bench Top” — Harrington Kitchens
David Conner + Associates
Culbreath Isle Garden
double fabric cabana is grey on the exterior with a white interior. A simple ceiling fan and light illuminates the entire space. The fireplace is precast concrete. It is natural gas with an internal ventilation system. The shower, also shown, is located just to the right of the cabana.
“pool house” — cbertakis
Walk Interior Design Limited
2 Reviews
Loft bedroom
It's not an issue. the bath is for occasional use so never generates that level of steam. the room is large and naturally ventilates, there is a window close by. and the paper is high quality using the recommended paste. hope that helps!
porch fan
“stairs” — 3004toni
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Lakeview Residence Bedroom
If yes, how did you provide ventilation for the house? If not, how does it happen that the house do not have setback and yet there are windows at both sides? is it possible?
Not a fan of the carpet
“Benjamin Moore Sierra Spruce - walls” — Kristin Johnson
Current Works Construction Inc.
Dining Room
A great advantage of having the upper sash operable is the ability to increase airflow. It is an easy way to ventilate a home, as the interior air will rise up and escape as it warms up. Double-hung windows are also quite versatile. A combination of a fixed sash held tight to the ceiling with double-hung
able to use the light trick for windows. However, a wet hand can work, since it makes it easier to feel a slight draft, especially if you turn on bath fans and the kitchen hood to depressurize the house. You can also move an incense stick around the edge of your windows and watch for the smoke to waver
“windows” — anniedunbar
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