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Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks13,467
Questions13
What window system is this? I hope you respond to questions at some p
Are these windows painted to be the dark color
How big are the window blocks. Precise diameter. Bv
How big are the blocks of the windows. Precise diameter. Thanks. Bv.
What are the dimensions of the window/door system?
How much does a window and door system like that cost?
Who is the manufacturer of doors/windows?
these window & door systems- ... Our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors are manufactured here in San Antonio, TX and offer narrow sight lines, high
system. Our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors are manufactured here in San Antonio, TX and offer narrow sight lines, high strength, and low maintenance
Our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors are manufactured here in San Antonio, TX and offer narrow sight lines, high strength, and low maintenance
“Chairs” — cocog6969
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks4,898
Questions5
pergola and prairie style roof lines / windows
like the roof, the building shape, like the black windows - horizontal lines on the windows too much.
I like the upper windows wrapping around the structure. If the ground floor had high windows like this and
variation on the Prairie style. The trademark hip roof with deep overhangs is a constant no matter the location of the style.
“Toit fin” — sophiemot
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Ferguson
Ideabooks2,296
Questions4
Do you recall what product wa sused to trim the windows? Thank you.
Can u please tell me what brand window is the bottom
The sideing is black and the trim is matched to a Jeldwen stand ard window color that I will have to look up and get abck to you with.
Window Style for exterior master bedroom
We like this type of casement window with grills on
“ground floor windows” — mwhitener50
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks3,700
Questions13
Marvin Windows - are these the push out casement?
profile around the windows? Is it ogee also?
I love the Marvin casement windows, and was wondering if the sticking profile around the windows is ogee like
these are the push out casement style? (I don't see any cranks) Also do you know which sticking style was used - square, ovolo or ogee? Thank you!
divisions in the window also square stick?
I love this room. Thank you for answering my question about the sticking profile on the windows. Is the sticking
Anderson windows and doors? We just bought a house with stained wood trim that perfectly matched the windows and doors. I prefer white trim and windows but
chose marvin because they made a very nice wood screen window that went with their clad casement window - it makes a huge difference over the cheap metal screens
Love these windows - wondering if these
“love the windows” — chillaboo
House + House Architects
33 Reviews
Nelson Residence
Ideabooks9,122
Questions6
love the light fixture over table!! would you please tell me the style and manufacture?
Love the look of your windows without any trim. We would love to do this in the home
our similar Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows and Doors. Some of their unique features include narrow sight lines, high strength, low maintenance, and custom
developed a patented stucco return flange for our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors. You are welcome to read more in it in our brochure- ...
custom sized to each opening. All of our windows come fully glazed with insulated triple seal glass & mounting flange options for ease of installation
clean, no trim "dry wall return" style of window
Who is the manuf of windows?...Window going across the entire kitchen
“Window ideas, black metal white walls” — Judith Brock
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks4,895
Questions5
Tall vertical windows to echo the tall trees
framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff
often integrated notions of balance and nature into his work. The wall of windows in the living room creates an almost transparent divide from the outdoors
Are those window shades I see?...Chairs and lines of chairs - FLW look
“windows” — christeje
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Division Street
Ideabooks18,178
Questions12
as a large work surface, tons of storage, informal seating, and a visual line that separates the eating and cooking areas. Photo by Lincoln Barber
Are the bottom section of windows casement windows?
Are the bottom section of windows casement windows? Also is the top section operable?
Maybe I missed it in the comments on another picture, but I'm just wondering where these amazing windows come from.
Could you share the paint color and finish on the windows please?
in our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer affordable luxury with narrow sight lines, high strength, and low maintenance
@Melissa Treadgold Architect You may be interested in our Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows & Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer
“style o/a” — yulasha
Carter Kay Interiors
1 Review
Atlanta, Georgia
Ideabooks12,771
Questions8
What brand of spot light hang over the ceiling. And style
Who makes them. What's the style info and where can I find them. Thank you
@sbbrawner We manufacture Renaissance solid bronze windows with narrow sight lines that you may be interested in- You are welcome to browse our
Who mAked these windows? We live in Chicago. Would these be a good choice for our weather?
cabinet bottoms, and windows down to countertop
Windows & black window trim w/ light cabs & countertops
The gorgeous trim-out in this modern kitchen addresses the question, "How do I help my home walk that fine line between past and
does a bang-up job of invoking the past while hinting at a clean, modern style of the present.
the brand of windows used here!?
“steel framed windows, white cabs, modern pulls” — butter924
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