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Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
bathroom over the sea
where can i get those windows treatments.
What kind of windows are these and who manufactures them? Thanks
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your window treatment disappear altogether.” “An up-down solution. Versatile window coverings like these are well suited for tall windows,
watch your window treatment disappear altogether.
An up-down solution. Versatile window coverings like these are well suited for tall windows, because
are the window treatments custom made?
“Top part” — josiemonk
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Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
177 white pine - new build
window trim...stepped up windows...Windows top...Windows tall...Big window in dining...Windows and view...Windows ...light...like the windows...Window casing...Dark stain around windows...Great room windows...Love the windows...high ceiling, wood window frame
“fire place” — mcclellan87
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Kid's Bedroom
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stone exterior infused with painstaking details. Thanks to Schrader interior designer Miranda Brouwer those include: art niches, faus-painted walls and ceilings
The upper-level owners bedroom boasts an enormous alder-lined study, with window seat and dual desks. The two tween girls each have a charming bedroom, and
loved the location, but the house needed work. As they talked through the design, however, it soon became apparent that it wouldn't cost much more to tear
can we order or get plans for the window bench?
What is the trim on the window treatments?
How do you get in and out of the window seat safely? This room feels oddly empty.
“Love the window seat” — reiterangela
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
I love the mirror/light/window combo installation. Very nice! I looked up this mirror on Boffi but didn't
ability to apply makeup at different times of day? After living with your design, do you have any issues with the the lighting while getting ready? The overhead
that the light bar is within the mirror plane. Was your mirrors a custom design they created for you?
very detailed design drawing to make it happen. Part of the difficulty was to suspend the mirror in front of the window. so we custom designed a metal bracket
of the mirror and the trim. The electric wire is brought up through the window trim and through a pipe on the back of the mirror. The light fixture is
mirrors are attached to a piece of plywood which again is attached to the window sill with a long steel angle. You could probably rock them a little if you
“Sink” — mymyleesia
Foley Fiore Architecture
11 Reviews
Cutchogue Waterfront Residence
Hi Beth, This is a custom wood window we designed for the client. It was manufactured by Marvin Windows.
I really love the use of the architect design concept-creates a unique
Where can I buy this window?...Window and seat...attic design...Interesting window shape....Window seat...window area...Window bench...loft window...The window seat.
“Lookout” — angellance
Modern Kitchen
be drawn from high windows. You need to consider the local climate; a home in the Snowy Mountains will of course have different design requirements than
The windows in this home were clearly placed to take advantage of views of a nearby mountain. While many clerestory windows are fixed, there are operable
air flowWindow placement is all-important in a passive solar house. As well as maximum solar gain, ventilation needs to be considered. High windows that can
than one in Far North Queensland.YOU TELL USHave you designed your house to make the most of the sun? Tell us about it in the comments section below.MOREEco-Clever
High windows for light and view
“Open windows above kitchen” — duv04me
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
14 Reviews
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
An industrial modern design + build project placed among the trees at the top of a hill. More projects at ... 2012 KaDa Photography
Love the windows. How high is the ceiling?
Hi what distance is appropriate from window to sectional?
What stock did you use for the window sills (stools)?
like you mentioned. I plan on selling a few lighting designs this year through my interior design shop, Remarque Unique Decor, so stay tuned. ...
The bottom windows are approximately 3'x6' and the top windows are approximately 3'x2'-6". Thanks for the question
in this room it's shown about 20" from the far window. It's also a perfect fit right up against the windows in this room which gives more room in the center
“windows for addition” — kareylee5
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
4 Reviews
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
of the large window and who is the manufacturer?
I love this window. What are the dimensions of the center fixed and flanking windows? What is the
This room is gorgeous. I love the Marvin window and the color scheme of this room. We are also using Marvin windows and must use
The window is beautiful, who is the manufacturer for the large window with the curved transom?
Thanks for your interest. The heads of the lower windows are 7' above the floor. The fixed window is roughly 4'-6" wide by 5' high. The flanking double
could you send me a picture of this window. It is exactly what I've been looking for but I can't describe it to my
Other options for you might be to put it behind the sofa opposite the window, or mount on a swivel bracket on the wall adjacent to your pocket doors
the large window makes the room
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