109,511 North Bay Home Design Photos

Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks6,858
Questions7
bay window...Kind of bay window
“Floor” — suseelayitta
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 09
Ideabooks3,226
Questions8
A long bay window; note the plug-in to accommodate lamps, etc. in window.
Bay window
“great kit colors” — Kathy Barge
jones | haydu
Bayview Addition
Ideabooks186
Questions0
Clad in ribbed metal with wood accents and frames, the addition opens itself on the top floor to bay views.
Francisco and a vertical addition by jones | haydu. Clad in ribbed metal with wood accents and frames, the addition opens itself on the top floor to bay views.
“love the top floor this is add on in s f” — kresendiz
Katahdin Cedar Log Homes
3 Reviews
Chesapeake Bay waterfront Log Home
Ideabooks1,866
Questions2
Make window under porch a bay?
Chesapeake Bay waterfront Log Home
“Wooden island block” — bridiemurohy
Brandon Barré Architectural Interior Photographer
3 Reviews
Brian Gluckstein Design
Ideabooks1,982
Questions6
perimeter cabinet color. island. nook bay window
kitchen design and breakfast bay
“Height of bar” — elliesyd1
Jetton Construction, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hillsborough
Ideabooks154
Questions0
Bay window seat
“Simplicity and colors” — procrastiner
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen and Island looking west toward drivecourt
Ideabooks26,652
Questions32
(1) 150watt bulb, Shade is #A161 (English Bell Shade in Opal Satine, 2 1/4" fitter), Sourced from the Lighting House in Shelborne, VT (Contact Peter Bay 800-649-2204). Hope that helps!
(1) 150watt bulb, Shade is #A161 (English Bell Shade in Opal Satine, 2 1/4" fitter), Sourced from the Lighting House in Shelborne, VT (Contact Peter Bay 800-649-2204). Hope that helps!
“Kitchen colors” — picazin
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
15 Reviews
Classic Georgian
Ideabooks214
Questions0
The five bay main block of the façade features a pedimented center bay. Finely detailed dormers with arch top windows sit on a graduated slate roof, anchored by limestone topped chimneys.
“Fachada brick” — vanessa taques
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