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In case you don’t know, a ductless or mini split air conditioning system is a lot like a central air conditioner system.


They both consist of two units: a condenser that sits outside the home, and an evaporator/air handler that sits inside the home. Coolant passes between the two units, carrying the heat from indoors to the outdoor unit where it is released.


With a central air system, however, the cool air is sent through the air handler on your furnace into the your ductwork, where it is carried into the rest of the house. A ductless system uses slim cable between the condenser and a box on your wall, and no ductwork is involved and vents are not needed on the floor.


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Caroline Sharpnack added this to My Houzz: Bright Boho-Style Carriage House in East Nashville
House at a GlanceWho lives here: Erin WalshLocation: East Nashville, TennesseeSize: 724 square feet (67.3 square meters); one bedroom, one bathroomErin Walsh characterizes her style as “organic modern with a bohemian vibe.” The Buffalo, New York, native moved to Nashville and into her renovated carriage house in the beginning of 2017. “The last few years I’ve been drawn a lot to furnishings that are handmade, made with natural and organic materials and that are quality items I can keep for a long time,” she says. The coffee table is a custom-made piece by Sean Wrafter of Wrafterbuilt that Walsh brought with her from New York. Walsh gravitates toward textures and layers. “When you have a predominantly white space like mine, they can add an element of warmth,” she says.Burrard sofa: Article; Colca rug: West Elm; coffee table: custom, Wrafterbuilt; Fiberworked mirror: Anthropologie; Martini side table: West Elm; ottoman: Bryar Wolf; wall art: 1767; suede pillow: Williams-Sonoma Home
Mitchell Parker added this to 7 Top Living Room Design Ideas From This Week’s Stories
1. Keep compact spaces light and airy. If your living room’s walls have the potential of feeling as though they’re closing in on you, consider keeping their color neutral, the room’s decor sparse and most of the big pieces close to the same neutral color as the walls. This will lend a feeling of visual openness.See more of this home

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earthhab added this to color schemes
tan pillow ties with coffee table wood
Anahita Kalianivala added this to Living spaces
Fun detail that dream catcher type decor is under the air vent :)

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