This walk-in shower keeps it simple with white tiles, simple fixtures and a hand-held shower head. What is different is the window view to the next room and a skylight above with the top-mounted shower head.
Three remote operated skylights allow natural light inside, with remote operated shades controlling the amount of light during peak sun hours. Two black smart fans operated by wall switch or smartphone feature an internal temperature sensor that increases or decreases the fan spin depending on the weather.
Day light from a typical overcast Seattle sky penetrates deep into the house through a central translucent slot. Exterior mounted mechanical shades prevent excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view.
Skylights are a great addition to this loft as they let natural light in and reduce the need for artificial light, but when it’s time to enjoy the TV, these smart skylights have shades for blocking out the sun and eliminating glare.
This modern staircase winds down to a clean, open foyer with white walls that carry throughout the home, unifying the space. Overhead, a four-paneled skylight features unique millwork that supports a hanging lantern with modern styling. A bold painting provides a punch of color.
With a grand addition to this seaside kitchen, the space is now suitable for entertaining and large family gatherings. The new structure is designed to seamlessly transition from old to new. With thoughtful selection of finishes and materials, the designers were conscious of the overall aesthetic of modern seaside living.
Two skylights flood this living area with natural light and illuminate the two horse portraits on the wall. A sectional and a chaise are a smart way to offer a lot of seating without too much furniture.
Gray built-in china cabinets frame this kitchen's case opening. Classic crown molding brings sophistication to the space. Elegant, glass orb pendant lights dangle from the skylight over a butcher block prep area.