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Danny Broe Architect
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Is this window an addition if so does it need foundations?
Hi there. the actual window at the back can be put into an existing wall with no need for additional foundations. I am talking about the folding windows. However the pop out bay window section has a floor and this would need foundations.
on to rear of house extended the kitchen. On to a deck blocking the west wind.
day bed at window is cool.
have a seat by the window?
Window seat completely open to outside
The windows in the bay fold back, eliminating any division between interior and exterior, and allowing Carmichael to rest her feet on the elevated patio while sitting on the spacious window seat.
Larger Home that would still fit in the back yard of our house.
The Virginia House
Bright And Fun Western Room
I have 2 similar window panes that I would like to turn into picture frames like the one in your picture. What did you use to get picture to stay? The window panes that I have are heavy, what is the best method of hanging it?
How did u attach this prints to the window
idea of shopping your house/ repurposing to decorate. Also love the of using an old door as a headboard!!!
the use of the window frame..
Like the window with the pictures
VİNTAGE WINDOW IS USED AS CANVAS
Great idea for Molly's window. LOVE the
architectural elements as decorative displays. If your basement or garage is crowded with old windows, doors and shutters, think about how you might use these creatively around the house. Window panels can house photographs, or you can fasten them to a base to make a unique table. Shutters and doors can
And how did you get such a smooth texture? This is one of the most inspiring houses I think I've ever seen. But then, I am an amateur astronomer with a big telescope. I would love to have a room just like this in my home in which
neighboring houses' windows. The windows allow you to hear the rustling of leaves and to get a sense of solitude without being disconnected to nature.
I just love these big sloping picture windows...bringing the sky inside.
totally different scale from that of the neighboring houses' windows. The windows allow you to hear the rustling of leaves and to get a sense of solitude without being disconnected to nature.
The top-floor terrace has a totally different scale from that of the neighboring houses' windows. The windows allow you to hear the rustling of leaves and to get a sense of solitude without being disconnected to nature.
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Balance Associates Architects
typical overcast Seattle sky penetrates deep into the house through a central translucent slot, and exterior mounted mechanical shades prevent excessive heat gain without sacrificing the view. Hidden systems affect the energy consumption of the house such as the buried geothermal wells and heat pumps that
the grid. The minimal foundation sits within the footprint of the previous house, while the upper floors cantilever off the foundation as if to float above the front entry water feature and surrounding landscape. The house is divided by a sloped translucent ceiling that contains the main circulation
orange highlights on exterior of modern house
The way the windows open out.
Selective color, and its relationship to a background color, also has a large impact in this Seattle house. Window frames, spandrel panels and doors are painted orange against gray stucco.
Blansfield Builders, Inc.
Love the wall of windows! Who is the manufacturer of the windows?
contrast of wood vs. window wall
Feature wall, glass floor to ceiling windows, natural light, vista
simplicity of this room, the wall with top to bottom window is a must have!
Wooden backdrop (with platform beds) + windows
the original master wing, but it was too fragile and had to be rebuilt. The bed now backs up to a wall covered with reclaimed wood from the old house. The window wall offers views of 350-year-old maples, where the owner has observed falcons and owls roosting. "You feel like you're in nature, but you're
original master bedroom, but it was too fragile and had to be rebuilt. The bed now backs on to a wall covered with reclaimed wood from the old house. The window wall offers views of 350-year-old maple trees, where the owner has observed falcons and owls roosting. ‘You feel like you’re in nature, but you’re
Historic Antique Federal-Style Becomes Bright and Roomy with R
warm colors, rounded island, big windows like our room
note long kitchen with windows on the right. This is basically the same shape I have in mind
The large, open kitchen/family room addition at the back of the house looks through a wall of windows onto two acres of lush land. Throughout the house, windows were added and rooms designed to take advantage of the views. The original kitchen was where the side and main entrance foyer is now. The
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
Where can I buy this hobbit style window?
i would like to know how you would charge for the floor plans of this "hobbit house", i am looking at building here in Australia on a very big acreage and this house would suit it very well... is it possible to get the floor plans, i have the pictures here and saved it to my
if you flip through the project linked here, you can see a couple interior photos. http://www.houzz.com/projects/38611/Hobbit-House
Can i see the inside of the house ilove your design
Killer window! Very storybook! Amazing how the shape is carried into the roof line.
wow!!!! what a window - what it would do for Aldershot
What a cool eyebrow dormer - looks like a Hobbit house!
Looks like a hobbits house. Cool!
The Glass House
Old windows make a great art studio!
reuse of old windows. More practical as interior room divider.
Hi, can we please live here? Such an amazing way to re-purpose old antique windows!
building something with a whole wall of windows, mostly thinking about watching a sunset or stargazing from the inside of the house,” says Horwitz.Soon the duo’s artistic vision, resourcefulness and ingenuity resulted in the getaway they’d dreamed of – an antique glass house. Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here:
Horwitz and Olson, shown here, built their glass house on family land that holds several other buildings, including a main farmhouse, which Olson's great-grandfather built.