1,116 casingless jamb Home Design Photos

Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
casingless door jambs and single panel shaker door
casingless door...doors, wood jambs...Casingless doors, square...Kerfed door jambs...door and jamb...kerfed jambs...Interior jambs with
“Trimless door, but still use base” — dickcantley
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
Boerum Hill House, Brooklyn
How is the edge of t he sheet rock finished to the wood jamb?
2. Extension Jambs An extension jamb is the interior portion of the window frame that extends to the
A: extended jambs serve as returns (these not proud of wall, though; we'd prefer proud of wall)
Window jambs and sills are very minimal.
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
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
is to return the Sheetrock into the opening and apply the wood extension jamb on top of the Sheetrock returns. Another is to relieve the back edge of the
“this is what case openings would look like with natural wood trim” — Liz Self
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Solana Beach Residence
.and the contrast between the wood doors white walls. "Ezy jamb" has a range of door jambs and finishing systems that can help you create this look. I
The flush door and window trim appears to be Ezy Jamb. ...
Kerfed windows - Ezy Jamb?...ezy jamb...Door jambs...door jamb
“Frameless door” — Paula De La Cruz
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Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
"green" remodel
right. Most manufacturers stock only jambs for the depth of 4 9/16 inches, so if yours is bigger, you’ll need to get a jamb extension. If your home is built
construction method was used, your jamb could be up to 10 or 12 inches in depth. For that you’ll likely need a custom door, jamb and frame. If you’re unsure of
slab, or just the moving part of the door, and don’t include your frame or jamb.)If your door falls into either of these measurement categories, then you
If there’s an arch, you’ll have more trouble.You’ll then need to know the jamb depth — how thick the wall is. If it’s a wall framed in 2-by-4 construction
“Front door” — lisaramos1224
Olympic Kitchens
18 Reviews
Sears Conversion
casing-less window, clean cabinetry, waterfall counter, FLOORS!
“counter??” — fofina
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Another casing-less treatment, this lovely window/door-scape takes a traditional use of materials
“Bench” — jennyjun1
House + House Architects
34 Reviews
Nelson Residence
the window frame. This takes the traditional place of the wood extension jamb and provides a clean, no-frills look.
the window frame. This takes the traditional place of the wood extension jamb and provides a clean, no-frills look, focusing on the window and view
the window frame. This takes the traditional place of the wood extension jamb and provides a clean, no-frills look.
“drywall return” — jbalmuth
chadbourne + doss architects
5 Reviews
Beet Residence
Clean extension of door jamb to 1/8 proud of basebord. Baseboard likely 1/2" instead of 3/4
door with jamb and no frame...This baseboards and door jambs...thinness of jamb...Jamb detail
“can be used for doorless closet” — George Pompidu
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