436,761 Picture Windows Home Design Photos

Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Modern Summer House
Ideabooks7,866
Questions4
I love that the screen mimics a window
Disston says. Two large openings, picture windows of sorts, allow people on the deck to see outside. “The deck is really more like a private outdoor room,” he describes.
‘The slats provide a level of privacy from the street,’ Disston says. Two large openings, picture windows of sorts, allow people on the
“The slats provide a level of privacy from the street,” Disston says. Two large openings, picture windows of sorts, allow people on the deck to see outside. “The deck is really more like a private outdoor room,” he describes.
“Garden” — sammy3312
Duffy Design Group
3 Reviews
York Harbor Maine
Ideabooks736
Questions2
The large panes are 7' x 5' and I think that the sash windows are 34" x 5'.
picture window with flanking double hung windows for front of cottage
picture window with flanking double hungs (6 over 1)
Picture window on porch with double hungs
wood floors, window casing, and windows , wood painted ceiling
picture window with two single hung flanking
opening windows are nice on either side of the stationary picture window
Fixed panel and double hung windows
mix of big picture window, and wall hungs
“windows” — Heather Steve Bolling-Penko
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
Sooke House
Ideabooks269
Questions0
All about windows. Need to study. Will have lots od windows to think about
window punctures the wall and is usually divided into smaller panes of glass. A midcentury modern house may have a section of fixed picture windows from floor to ceiling across one entire side of a room, so that the windows themselves form a wall.Fixed and picture windows. Fixed windows, called picture
picture windows when larger, do not open. Since no screen is required, the view through such a window is unobstructed. Fixed windows are frequently combined with other types of windows. A picture window centered between two operable windows is great for capturing a view while allowing breezes in.
Types of WindowsWindows can slide, lift, drop, swing or stay still. Certain architectural styles consistently employ specific materials and types of windows to help define their aesthetic. Imagine, for example, a window in a colonial house versus one in a midcentury modern design. In a colonial the window
“Windows” — Brenwick Homes
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
Ideabooks10,883
Questions6
What are modern window treatment ideas and designs?
but why have opening windows at the bottom with no return ventilation on top? The design is flawed unless the purpose of no vents at the top is to make an oven. Design this with openings at the top at two sides of the room, and it will be functional.
We are looking for a window like this
are looking for a window unit with a large upper fixed lite and small lower awning lite to be used as south-facing passive solar units. Do you know who might make such a window?
north, and at the back of the room not shown in the picture are windows that are higher up and open. The condo is on a hill so the windows catch a breeze and then the higher windows draw the air through, up & out. We take pride in designs that are both functional, sustainable and hopefully aesthetically
“Windows dream house” — janaoclark
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Real Estate photography in he Bay Area SF
Ideabooks5,953
Questions5
where can i buy this chair? how much is it, and can I have it size and front picture? thank you, yasmine
where can i find this chair? it size and front picture? thank you, yasmine
picture window for living room/family room area
south wall big window with small door/window on either side?
nice large windows...would be great for rear
those swivel chairs AND no fuss windows (down to the ground) for sunroom end of our kitchen
I like this picture window because of the view it has out of the house.
I like this picture window because
The chair view of the open space window
of Dad being able to sit by his big windows and look out over the town and up the lake, with a cup of coffee and a newspaper is spot I see him using often!
“Steve's ooffice” — davette
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
1 Review
Park Hill House
Ideabooks4,684
Questions11
Gorgeous window! Is it original, or did you have it made? By whom?
I had the window made by a millwork
The colors and the great window
“A trick to make a small house seem bigger is to use big windows that look out to the landscape,
Like the built ins on either side of the window
Opposite the living room is the dining room. The ceiling beams, large picture window and built-in cabinetry are all new. As is the light fixture, which looks like it could have been original to the house.The picture window replaces a window higher up the wall designed to fit above a piano — a common feature
feature of homes of this era. Not having a piano, Brewer decided to replace the old window with a new, larger one. “A trick to make a small house seem bigger is to use big windows that look out to the landscape,” he says.
“Living room colors” — caloucon
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
Ideabooks3,183
Questions6
The couple invested in geothermal heating systems and bought materials exclusively from local sources. Exposed beams, picture windows and an inner courtyard create a cozy and warm living space.A local artisan created hemp and limestone walls, which have a velvety appearance. "The walls don't contain
The couple invested in geothermal heating systems and bought materials exclusively from local sources. Exposed beams, picture windows and an inner courtyard create a cosy and warm living space.A local artisan created hemp and limestone walls, which have a velvety appearance. ‘The
“Tablas pared” — maribrenes
Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
4 Reviews
Not-So-Bungalow House
Ideabooks231
Questions0
big east windows, sliding doors, dining room off backyard
White walls and windows / concrete floors
Interior lighting, floor to ceiling windows. Tall ceiling, staircase.
The vertical windows separate old and new and provide southern sunshine. A wall blocks views to the neighboring house. The picture window to the left has the same effect. It also allows the homeowners to peek out and see who has pulled up in the driveway. To help with airflow, all the windows except for
“Chairs” — clippman
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