1,766 bullnosed door jambs Home Design Photos

FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Buffalo Valley - Caretaker's House
Ideabooks506
Questions1
curtain rod comes out, wide door
Want this door! Not the bath :/
I like the way the tub is tiled in. A sliding glass door would be nice added to this.
style door in white?
Door and moulding...Bathroom door...Door & trim...Bullnose door jamb...Door and shower...painted door
“Shower rod” — dutchfireman9
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
Boerum Hill House, Brooklyn
Ideabooks3,780
Questions7
Love the natural wooden extension jambs.
extension jams in windows also for door jams
Extension jamb window trim for our project...
Extension Jambs An extension jamb is the interior portion of the window frame that extends to the full depth of the wall. A common treatment of the extension jamb is to paint it the same color as the wall or window surface. Here the architects have emphasized
Extension jamb on windows. With "clear finished wood".
wood jamb stained with no trim
Window casing is only a jamb extension
These jambs, along with the rest of the window frame's pieces, have been extended to create a deeper look.
2. Extension JambsAn extension jamb is the interior portion of the window frame that extends to the full depth of the wall. A common treatment of the extension jamb is to paint it the same color
“extension window frames” — Wayne Lee
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks1,964
Questions4
What is the size of the bullnose?
is it 3/8 inch baby bullnose or 3/4 inch regular? Or some other size? Looks great!
is that door made of?
The archway, the contrast of white walls and dark wood and the door
Interior door jamb detail
no trim around door?
Kerfed door jamb with baseboard
material? doors, love it.
door without moulding
Dark wood door...Baseboard / door...kerfed door jamb
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Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Bedroom
Ideabooks12,377
Questions15
What is the brand and style of the door hardware?
Love the doors what door company has them
Your door jamb detail is exquisite - modern and traditional at once. Do you have a sketch or CAD file of it?
is the bullnose? Looks great!
Is it drywall? I believe that is either 3/4 inch or 3/8 inch (baby bullnose).
no trim around doors and windows
drapery on french doors w/side lights
Arch'd doors with no door trim concept
Simple uncluttered design - doors & windows
possibly wood french doors in bedroom, warm wood floors.
over the doors, preventing it from being the lone curve in the room.
Flat arch. This arch begins at the top of the door and is considerably less rounded than a true-arch top. The radius of the top curve is equal to the width of the door; for example, a flat arch-top door with a width of three feet
“Trim” — gordontm
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Ideabooks1,857
Questions9
is the bullnose? Looks great!
how wide are the door stile?
what door knob/lever hardware is that from?
Those doors were installed before we came onto the job.
Which "bullnose" are you refering too?
open door to outside and outside
concrete seat @ the porch & the doors
Dark doors and Beams
Minimal door frame/jamb
Small photos & French doors
Double doors, double french doors...cool.
small bullnose around doors
living room doors...walls doors...French doors...glass French door...corners on doors...doors to lanai...french doors
“Built in bench separating side yard and patio” — Leslie Wright
David Vandervort Architects
4 Reviews
Lopez Island Residence
Ideabooks6,291
Questions6
has a door to a small deck.
steel windows with wood extension jambs
these windows have a wood extension jamb that is consistent with the other wood in the room-a nice detail to remember to use in the right situation
extension jamb is the interior portion of the window frame that extends to the full depth of the wall. A common treatment of the extension jamb is to paint it the same color as the wall or window surface. Here the architects have emphasized the wall depth and opening by choosing to contrast the clear-finished
wood-extension-jamb idea with natural wood outlining the window openings. This treatment tends to work well in complex spaces, where there are many things competing for attention — the view, the cabinetry, skylights. Here the windows fit into a system of elements that are given importance by their treatment.
“"extension jamb" style of window trim” — michaelshopkins
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Solana Beach Residence
Ideabooks3,282
Questions14
how do you achieve this door & window installation? no applied trim.
around the door....does anyone know how this is done??
bathroom door? Also douglas fir, clear stain ? Thanks.
the wood doors white walls. "Ezy jamb" has a range of door jambs and finishing systems that can help you create this look. I built a house in Melbourne Aus and used this range of product. Now relocated to Upstate NY and just design a house with these trimless look !!
flush door and window trim appears to be Ezy Jamb. http://www.raisingmodern.com/blog/ezy-jamb/
of this door (and all other interior and exterior doors in this home) ? I understand not staining the bottom, basically nobody would see it. For the top, you need a ladder, otherwise normally you would not see the top -- so did they skip staining the top and bottom of the doors ?
“door jamb” — Elizabeth Carmichael - ECOhouse
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,437
Questions6
I'm told there's the standard 3/4 inch bullnose but now a 3/8 inch baby bullnose. Do you know what size this is? Looks great!
How to get rid of 'texture', replace standard with bullnose?
beads with bullnose? Whew! Thanks!
with bullnose drywall corners it is usually very easy to cut a strait line with a foam roller depending on texture...the smoother the easier. I do it frequently.
Bullnose corner bead used with drywall to mimic plaster
Bullnose corner bead to mimic plaster
To mimic this look with drywall, look for a bullnose corner bead.
Arch without door for dining,kitchen,family room & stairs.
“Walls and wood” — alizarosenberg
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