64,534 green window coverings Home Design Photos

Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Snowman Farm
Ideabooks1,885
Questions3
Love the roof and the green trim! Paint color of the trim and door?
green metal roof. would look good with part GREEN roof.
Green standing seam roof over dining room window
greens, kaki, reds...Green roof...Green roof black windows...green metal roof...The color of the windows...green roof ideas...Like green around windows...green roof with...with green windows
“LifePine” — LifePine by GreenShakes, LLC
Drammer Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Los Alamos Home
Ideabooks11,310
Questions9
Please tell me the name of the window manufacturer.
If you are looking for manufactures of steel windows in Australia, you may want to try Crittall Windows. You are welcome to view our ideabooks or product
Inc's work. The "skylights" are actually the part of the roof that was not covered. They are just the exposed rafters and the drip edge is around the perimeter
project, but you may be interested in our similar Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows and Doors. Some of their unique features include narrow sight lines, high
strength, low maintenance, and custom sized to each opening. All of our windows come fully glazed with insulated triple seal glass & mounting flange options
great windows and blocked view from roof
“Windows” — lekraus21
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Guest Room
Ideabooks6,846
Questions11
would love to know the dimensions of the windows. Thanks!
Can you tell me if the windows are painted or are white
Love the windows. Who's the maker? Screens available?
Love the windows. Do you ahve a picture of the exterior of the home?
when we can control our environment. In this space guests can open the windows and turn on a fan to regulate temperature and ventilation. Providing adequate
tell me the size of the windows...Where do I find those windows...windows in master bedroom with built-in
“vaulted bedroom with windows” — Lex Pelle
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Sun Room
Ideabooks21,643
Questions17
I would like to print a copy of a window treatment to physically show it to someone. How do I do this? Thanks Karen
How would I get instructions to make valance and board for windows?
to the size of your window. Draw up your window to scale and sketch in several versions, one with a bell in the middle of the window and one with two bells
planned so they are positioned at the junction between each window and one in the middle of each window. If you are planning a similar treatment the measurement
bells in the middle of the window (depending on the width of your window) and determine which is the most visually pleasing. Your workroom should be able
over to the "saw area" and they cut it to the exact length for free. Then cover the board either with fabric that matches the valance or lining fabric--
“Sunroom” — Nancy Francis
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks19,787
Questions31
How could you do a window treatment on these windows
My dining room windows are placed just like these and I have plantation
are the windows 3'0 6'0 just moved toward the ceiling?
like to add something as I am getting tired of just that look. But that one window is so close to the wall I don't know what to do. Can you help me , thank
i totally agree... I love this color and the Ball green as well. They both look green in the photos but on the Farrow and Ball website they look
no way that this color is grey......it is a green?
These walls do not look grey at all.....they are green ????
image you provided, the walls look to be a mossy green with a warm white accent on the trim.
What color is the green wall?
“Paint” — mewkramer
Hendel Homes
27 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks17,260
Questions34
thank you for replying!!! How wide is the window? How high?
What kind of window is that? Is it a casement with a transom at
Hi, we love the window. We are interested in purchasing the window. Who manufactured the window. Thank you, Jody
What kind of sink is that by the kitchen window?
outside windows open or is it all just stationary?
This is a casement window with the left and right windows opening and fully functional. Thanks for your interest! ...
For the window, you might want to research Jeldwen casement windows with grills. You can choose between wood and
These ceilings are 10 feet high and the window is 8 feet (2 feet down from ceiling). Thank you for your interest! ...
This window is four feet wide
“Trim around window” — bskck
Shannon Malone
Family Room
Ideabooks18,827
Questions10
What kind of window covering would you suggest for these windows?
love your tall windows. How tall are the bay windows and the side wall windows? We are thinking about 7' high windows, but I'm worried they might look
design of the windows! could you please share who makes them? thanks!
Hi, can you tell me where the sconce lights in the bow window are from/model number?
the same thing. Also, how wide is each window and all windows? We are thinking of putting in a wide bay or bow window similar to this, but ours might need
I have done beautiful windows like this before what i recommend so its not to obtrusive is a cellular
living room idea for big window. like the bow
Upstairs in front of window seats
“the window seat. whoever came up with this idea is a genius” — esthermagati
Beach Style Living Room
Ideabooks6,931
Questions7
your casings and windows are also fir? What type of hardwood was used? I'm trying to find a hardwood to go with my fir casings/windows. Currently think
Who is the manufacturer of these windows?
and I are currently redoing our windows and using cherry trim... Thanks! Leslie
please share the name of the window manufacturer.
This is a transparent stain on the VG Fir wood windows and door.
The windows and the casings are fir. The floor is cherry.
can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home
the vocabulary you need to talk to the window experts.
7. Replace (or modify) old windows. Single-pane windows are a major culprit of heat loss during
Windows looking on to back yard
“fir trim” — Kirsty Grainger
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