Palm Beach South ResidenceBeach Style Dining Room, Sydney

Photo of a beach style dining room in Sydney with white walls and light hardwood floors. —  Houzz
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vanessalwalker
Vanessa Walker added this to Speak Easy: Best Reader Comments of 20175 November 2017

Story: Let There Be Light: 10 Fixes for Homes That Face the Wrong WayComment from @Tina Heath: Not a day goes by where Mother Nature in all her sunny, breezy glory, comes flying through the tiniest windows of our home (which faces NNW). Bright sunny toilets, bathrooms, and spare rooms… sigh. If our builder had just thought to flip the floor plan, it would [have] been such a different home… something to remember for next time… :)

laura8114
Studio 1 Interiors added this to Top Shelf: Master Open Shelving With 9 Expert Styling Tips7 August 2017

9. Resist the temptation to fill every shelfIt’s okay to leave some shelves empty. Really. You might choose to leave some empty in order to give the pieces on display some breathing space or to create a sense of balance, or you may wish to draw attention to the beautiful joinery.

bagnatoarchitects
Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to Let There Be Light: 10 Fixes for Homes That Face the Wrong Way10 July 2017

9. Light colour schemeSometimes solar penetration from other sources such as south-facing and clerestory windows still isn’t enough to create that light-filled ambiance you’re after. If this is the case, use a light-enhancing palette of white walls and furniture paired with pale upholstery to bounce the available light around and make the space feel brighter.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

maricahingston
maricahingston added this to loounge3 days ago

floating shelf/drawers and wood colour

maricahingston
maricahingston added this to kitchen3 days ago

floating shelf/drawers and wood colour

cristina_dcautoglass
Cristina DCautoglass added this to Windows13 September 2021

Light colour scheme Sometimes solar penetration from other sources such as south-facing and clerestory windows still isn’t enough to create that light-filled ambiance you’re after. If this is the case, use a light-enhancing palette of white walls and furniture paired with pale upholstery to bounce the available light around and make the space feel brighter.

skyem58
skyem58 added this to Mid century vibes4 December 2020

Light colour scheme in south facing living to feel lighter

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