Brockloch Tree HouseContemporary Bedroom

Double bed and living space

Example of a trendy light wood floor bedroom design in Other —  Houzz
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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Reasons to Love SkylightsAug 20, 2015

2. Skylights can create a warm glow. Long, slender skylights positioned along a wall cast a warm, indirect light that doesn’t overwhelm a space. Try this moody effect in a bedroom or living room to boost ambient light when overhead skylights would be too much.Choosing a skylight: If you are planning to add skylights to your home, getting the best you can afford is worth the cost in the long run. Lower-quality or improperly installed skylights can leak, causing major headaches down the road.How to Add a Skylight or Light Tube

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Elizabeth Ann added this to louisetessierpayette's IdeasJul 6, 2019

Love the light boxes, posing as tiny windows

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