This modern home is flooded with natural light. A skylight provides general lighting for the entryway, and a large window at the top of the staircase offers additional lighting and a view of the Italian stone pine tree in the backyard.
Crisp whites and bright greens are meant to capture the essence of summer and spring in this transitional master retreat. Wood tones and an airy feel help capture the seasons while neutral linens perfectly frame the windows, letting in lots of natural light.
The second-floor hallway of the HGTV Dream Home 2014 features large windows that offer plenty of natural light as well as soft gray curtains should privacy be required. On the wall hangs a black and white oil painting of a vintage motorcycle ride.
A wall of windows floods this gorgeous modern kitchen with natural light, reflecting off the white walls and making the entire space feel larger and more open. The kitchen island features an integrated table for dining and an ebony base with Parson's leg detail.
One of the best features of this North Carolina home is the many windows that flood the home in light and provide great views of the surrounding woods. Whether baking or dining, a great view is sure to be found in this airy kitchen.
A posh blue velvet armchair is nestled in the corner of this family room. Behind it, sheer curtains in playful hues of blue and green help filter and soften the sunlight streaming through the large windows.
The client for SPG Architects’ Chelsea penthouse in New York City asked for a white architectural and interiors palette to create a calming retreat from the hectic nature of NYC life. SPG's interest in diverse materials to add warmth to their particular modernist aesthetic led to this solution: bringing a variety of materials together to create a serene yet textured living environment. The full expanse of windows along the south face of the building and the north- and east-facing terraces provide a visual link to the city, but the space itself remains a refuge of tranquility and light.
To allow natural light to travel into the interior spaces of this Connecticut escape, the architect and designer outfitted the kitchen with interior windows. The black trim and simple design offer a contemporary contrast to the more traditional timbers and backsplash.
Natural light from the bay window shines over the dining table in this open kitchen design, making a sunny and light dining space. A simple wood table and neutral chairs create a timeless and clean set up. Fun wall art and a decorative center piece add the pops of color you're looking for in a neutral design.
An expansive wall of windows floods this family room with warm light, making this one of the most inviting rooms in the entire countryside estate. The light helps balance the heavier look of the exposed beam ceiling and dark cabinetry on the far wall.
To create this eclectic home, designers integrated the Austin outdoor lifestyle with casual, nice living. This spacious common area has high ceilings and added windows that allow in plenty of natural light and create a bright, open space. Off to the side, the sliding glass door opens onto the renovated back patio.