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Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks2,934
Questions3
Need info on the windows in this photo
I live in Toronto Canada and am looking to use this steel window system. Can you supply a name for the manufacturer?
be interested in Renaissance solid bronze windows. These offer narrow profile sightlines and matching sightlines between active & stationary panels with no lock block. Here is the product video-http://werefindinganswers.com/gallery/renaissance-bronze-windows-doors-2/ http://www.houzz.com/projects/15
2134/Renaissance-Solid-Bronze-Windows---Doors-by-Progressive-Solutions You may also find this ideabook helpful- http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/18543834/thumbs/Bronze--Copper---Steel-Window-Ideas
Floors, dark window panes, cream walls, pop of red
windows on both sides of the hallway
“windows for hallway” — kbmacmillan
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
Ideabooks2,998
Questions9
I have a stained glass that I would like to mount on a wall (we have no available window that it will fit). How did you backlight the stained glass in this picture? Did you use LED light's? Did you use plexiglass to diffuse the light
Yes - this is an actual window, in a fixed sash, back lit with natural daylight; there is a glass enclosed porch on the other side so it is protected from the elements.
Is it an actual window? I am thinking about a solution like this for a windowless breakfast
a closet so I have some leeway for managing the tube), and then diffuse it like that through a stained glass "window". Is that what you did or is it just stained glass on an outdoor window?
oned for the pro's client, so the pro may not share that information to protect the client's investment in their services. Some images may contain green price tags--click on those and you should be brought straight to the source. I hope this advice helps:) Best, Shari spkcreative@gmail.com www.spkcreative
“Wallpaper” — bfendrick
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Willoughby Way
Ideabooks22,587
Questions7
Willoughby Way Master Suite with Stone Fireplace, Butted-Glass Windows Surrounding the Room by Charles Cunniffe Architects http://cunniffe.com/projects/willoughby-way/ Photo by David O. Marlow
Like no trim around the black
extensive windows to the outside. fireplace
Dark trim to go w/ antiques?
Huge windows looking out to trees. Green!
This is how the master bedroom should look when we are done (sans fireplace) windows and ceiling
Love the windows and color scheme
“love it” — rlcbelle
David Whitney
1 Review
Project photos
Ideabooks15,446
Questions10
Can't tell from the photo - how many total windows?
Greetings - love the feel of the nook. Its not obvious from the photo if the windows continue to the left beyond the 3 windows we can see. How many total windows? Thanks
Manufacturer of the windows? Thank you.
curtains might block some of the natural light that's needed in darker rooms. Plus the craftsmanship of the windows themselves would be hidden.
The paint is Benjamin Moore's HC-119 Kittery Point Green. At least according to my records!
There are five windows at the table. The table sits in a bay that projects fro the back of the house. There are three windows at the back of the bay (you can see two of them in the photo) and one window on each side of the bay.
“Booth” — sunnypater
JAMES DIXON ARCHITECT PC
26 Reviews
Hudson Valley Farmhouse
Ideabooks798
Questions2
What kind of siding did you use? What windows are those? What are the paint colors? We're redoing our 1850s farmhouse exterior and want it to look just like this!
whether we can afford to replace the existing windows. Just for fun, I've attached some photos of our house below.
Well the easiest way to get your house to look just like this is to hire my firm! The siding is simple wood clapboard and the windows are traditional six-over-six double hungs. I'd
Front door home color Nd trim
trim work around house corners, posts, windows
Color contrast with the white trim/fencing
Window Trim and Trim at top of wall
White wrapped windows and trim under roofline
Size of home. windows without shutters but have thick trim
“front porch” — Veronica Valentino
Bob Greenspan Photography
11 Reviews
Rocky Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks7,202
Questions6
Like the gray with the cranberry red trim
I like the barn wood with the red trim.
1. Red trim or a red door. When snow is covering the rooftops and walkways, nothing stands out quite like a bright, clear red. Paint your trim, front door or both in this bold hue, and your home will instantly stand out in a sea of bare trees and white drifts.
history as an exterior color. Think of red barns, red doors and red temples. A bright, clear red trim can look splendid against weathered wood siding or shingles, or make a bold statement on a white house. To go with red as an allover exterior color, try a slightly dulled, warm cranberry; it tends to be
“Chris Cook Cabin” — justjudy2132
Happy Interiors
4 Reviews
Woodbury Home
Ideabooks4,167
Questions8
love windows and seeing green out of them ^_^
Side window is a nice idea, along with bwide sliding panels
and all the greenery that can be seen through the windows.
yum, love this living rm with surrounding windows and wood floor
Why are all these homes putting the back of the sofas to the big windows??
Wall color nice neutral with wood trim and floors. Nice rug
Window over tv. Tall narrow lamps at French windows
“Different chair styles” — rjengelhard
Turan Designs, Inc.
12 Reviews
Teri Turan
Ideabooks8,935
Questions15
manufacturer of the windows? They are beautiful!
What is the size of the breakfast area? What's the measurement between the island and window? And what's the
What are the dimensions of the dinette area and also the large window? ;)
"country" sink, lots of windows - this is very similar to what I've envisioned, and varied colors.
Nook with all windows by table!
Windows on all sides of table
I love these windows and french doors right
“Windows are great” — peggyhuntersmith
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