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Type of window this treatment would look best on: Fixed windows or windows that are easily opened, Ex: Double Hung or Horizontal Slide windows. Type of room where this treatment would look best: Again, any room really. Where you place it mostly depends on the plants you use.
of the window. Hanging plants and decorative fabric is a playful, budget-friendly alternative to installing formal window treatments.
Covering a bad view out a window. Make a shelf across windo
high chair rail over window trim
Tapestry at window plus plants/my kitchen
kitchen's window trim an eclectic touch. A brightly striped rug, hanging tapestries and leafy green plants add to the space's jungle vibe. See more of this home
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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( LDC Home) or Restoration Hardware Railway Tie collection.
white window trim with dark wood windows
style of window to the right.
Dark wood windows. where do these open? screens?
Stained windows, painted trim
Window trims match floor
narrow double hung windows
Window trim, cabinets, floors
around windows...wood windows...Cabs and windows...window best...Table by window...Window ,color...Window trim?...double hung windows...wood windows
Scott Allen Architecture
Cliff House at night from across the water
Beautiful home! Can you tell me about the railing you used? Thank you
is this home? Lovely
This home is on the waterfront in Gig Harbor, Washington.
I like all the windows! and being on the water
windows & lighting, but too modern for me
great waterfront home
Lake house with windows
of the home that intensifies its luminosity.
glass windows...Home on the water...Dream home...Windows - rails...porches. Windows...iling windows...garage door windows...corner windows
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
Green House - 1152 - South Main Colorado
Would love to see the interior of this home...love it !!!! Can you show ?
would this look good on a flat roofed single floor home?
and the window sashes are black (clad color per manufacturer). I'll work on researching the colors on the other houses you asked about also...
jeld wen ex-siteline black clad sdl windows recessed
SHADES OF GREEN FOR EXT HOME
very dark windows. its not bad.
black trimmed windows, outlined in white
The homes were originally required to be Built Green Colorado Certified; while that company no longer exists, South Main is still following the spirit of the original checklist while searching for an appropriate third-party certifier. Among the green elements they use: spray-foam
Cat Mountain Residence
for this home is uniquely multifaceted. Structural considerations required a more extensive tear down, however the clients wanted the entire remodel design kept intact, essentially recreating much of the existing home. The overall floor plan design centers on maximizing the views, while extensive glazing
throughout the home. Greenbelt Homes Glynis Wood Interiors Photography by Bryant Hill
for the home, marrying clean and contemporary elements with touches of antique charm. Energy efficient materials along with reclaimed architectural wood details were seamlessly integrated, adding sustainable design elements to this transitional design. The architect and client collaboration strived to
The windows are fantastic, love the interior blinds! Where are they from? What company?
Hansen Architects, P.C.
Custom Palmetto Bluff Lake Home
Windows and patio doors across back of house.
windows close to roof line here??
windows, windows, windows
Love all the windows!
window munton design
For my home...Windows windows...Small custom home...Dream home...door and windows...Magnificent home...Bluff Lake Home...dormer windows
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
Photographer: John Wilbanks, jwphoto.com
house? Window treatments? If so, what type and if not then what?
Do you have more photos of this home?
designed this home to take advantage of and mitigate the downside of this climate. I recently designed a home for Bangalore India using white-washed brick over concrete block and concrete floor slabs. Narrow windows, sunshades, and flow through ventilation were incorporated to help mitigate the heat and
their homes as possible - and since this home probably overlooks the Sound, light and views are of the greatest importance.
Another home in the Carmel California hills was designed of stucco, wood and concrete block. It spread out into the grasslands to provide courtyards and cross ventilation. Small porches were incorporated to moderate the sun and provide screened areas for bug control. I guess what I am trying to get
Ian Moore Architects
like worn brick and black framed window
span window and door openings. The steel lintel, which makes this possible, in this case sits above the door and window and distributes loads from the wall above to the foundation. Brick’s mottled tones contrast steel’s crisp lines, precise machining and solid tones — the imperfect viewed against the
Interesting garage door which goes all the way up to the upper floor... Upper window?
At the rear of this narrow townhouse is the ground-floor garage, which is integrated with the window above, so the a two-story opening is made in the brick wall.
Brick + SteelViewed from the exterior, the black and white home displays yet another material marriage that
of the window and garage. It sensitively fits with the existing while extending its use into the 21st century. More: Let's Hear It for Duplexes and Townhomes 6 Tips from Great Urban Gardens 5 Great City Homes