425,181 entry window Home Design Photos

Debra Kling Colour Consultant
45 Reviews
Recent Exterior, Old Greenwich, Connecticut
the salt box contains a gabled roof. the salt box has casement windows; the windows with two sections.
light body, dark trim, white window sashes
This house has double hung windows....with white windows?...like the simple entry way...Colors with white windows...white window Brown cap...white windows dark trim...window trim...brown wooden window frame over
“trim” — amilea
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
French Country Garden
Are the window boxes iron and where do you get them?
I'm pretty sure Hooks and Lattice has this style of window box.
with plank shutters and window boxes....
Gray shutters with color in window boxes.
Shutters and window boxes...Window boxes!...window flowers for porch...window boxes...door pots and window boxes...window boxes. Japanese
“Shutter color tied to front door” — carolyn145
Crista Maree
Family Room
Additional Entry Barrel That doesn't require the all the millwork.... Simpler and much less expensive.
Love the huge windows! Looks like an English cottage
Tim's windows...Arched window with drapes...Window bench...Window treatments...light, windows, rug...natural wood windows
“Ceiling, window” — nmalnove
Lisa Stevens & Company, Inc.
Muskoka Cottage
the wall color around windows wih the window coverings. also like the colors used in pillows and couch
Lots of windows and great family space
Window coverings...Window treatments...painted woodwork/windows...Painted windows in color...Bank of windows...Windows like mine...Shades windows layout
“Ouma” — Marelize Valentine
Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
large non pane windows would be good. And then maybe some that are openable.
combination of sash windows and flat panel windows
blur the line between indoors and out or remove it altogether. Plentiful windows, glass doors and skylights allow sunshine to flood in, so if your home is
that's not an option, at the very least fake it with lamps and sconces. Window treatments should be spare and simple enough not to muffle the glow — and
help to diffuse light even further. Consider a mirror mounted opposite a window or a glass-topped table in a sunny breakfast nook. Just be sure not to bring
for a full-size sunroom, create a cute faux version in front of a large window with a simple and comfortable seating area where you can sit back, unwind
table and lamp in front of window...Love how large the window is
“balcony” — farmsdale
Island Architects
Representative Project
What kind of windows, and what was the cost?
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What kind of windows are these?
“flooring” — manfre
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Hmmm, idea for kitchen pipe---Troy entry
& Landscape “Clearstory windows, but not the style...” “good warm colors and high windows for light” “These clerestory windows tie in well with the ar
storage unit, the windows tie two spaces together, making the whole room feel both intimate”
These clerestory windows tie in well with the architecture: The mullions line up with the beams, resulting in a modern look that references the Gothic
which it descended. Although separated by a floating storage unit, the windows tie two spaces together, making the whole room feel both intimate and expansive
“Decor for the fire place” — marinasem
Daniel Sheehan Photography
Laurelhurst House
What would you call the thin windows that run just under the ceiling like that
transom windows and entry give light, yet private sitting area
high windows to let in light w/ eaves, so not too much light. Maybe good idea over kitchen cabinets
Transom windows. The next room was a dining area. There was a wall that separated it from the kitchen. The wall had transom windows at the top, which
which let beautiful light into the kitchen. The low and long windows added to the modern aesthetic.
Windows: do they have a name?
“Stark” — frdastaire
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