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121,770 framed embroidery Home Design Photos
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Can you please advise, if possible, how I can convert my white trimmed window frame to look more like wood. T
orange roof, yellow-orange door, deep blue window frame (like your bronze framed front door). This neutral wall colour unites them all.
mismatched, uneven lengths of wood, framing
North Virginia’s Premier Remodeling & Renovation Pro
Best of Houzz
Best of Houzz
Remodeling with a difference. Are you demanding? Do you appreciate the finer things? Would you like your home to reflect your individual personality and sense of style? If so, we're the ones for you!
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
San Francisco Exterior
The frames around windows and doors
wood siding and different window frame colors
the frame around the wind.
Siding and window framing color
Wood frame matches cabinets and provides a frame for mirrors
wood framing sink area
Rhodes Architecture + Light
wood door frame
window frame - plain, wood
wood window frame...Framing of doors
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Thanks! The overhang continues to the end of the house out of the photo frame. The gutter turns the corner a few feet and that's where the downspout is located
lighten brickwork, dark brown paint, trim & guttering, stained wood soffit w/ lighting, and new dark framed windows.
black window frames
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Elk Ridge Lodge
encased by massive stone piers and angled cedar columns on either side that support an overhead rail bridge spanning the width of the great room, all framing the spectacular view to the Spanish Peaks Mountain Range in the distance. The layout of the home is an open concept with the Kitchen, Great Room, Den
Rose covered arbor
Derviss DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 7. Frame a garden room. White climbing roses on an arched metal arbor form a romantic entry to a lawn enclosure at this San Francisco residence. Light-colored
7. Frame a garden room. White climbing roses on an arched metal arbor form a romantic entry to a lawn enclosure at this San Francisco residence. Light-colored fabrics catch the eye and keep loungers cool in the heat while a background of mature cedars helps make the blooming roses stand out.