379,861 oriel window Home Design Photos

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Ruxton-stair landing
Love the windows, seating and floors. What type of wood is on the windows and the floors who is the manufactu
Floors are Brazilian Cherry with clear oil-base polyurethane finish. Windows are Pella with clear Pine interior stained to match floors. Seating is custom built using cherry.
I really like the windows, seating/storage area's and the floors.
I've always wanted a built in window seat
The Oriel Window A bay window of any type that doesn't reach the ground is typically called an oriel window. The shape isn't as important as the upper-story location. So an oriel can be referred to as an angled, box
Cool bench seat to left of window seat
oriel window, bay window, bow window
size, structure, materials etc. It should, however, cost less than a first-floor bay, as an oriel doesn't need any foundation work. And a good tip is to place an oriel in a location where a group of windows exist, so there's no new header requirement.
“Like the square for the master” — mikeleary
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The window color is prefinished aluminum from Pella. You can get a color swatch to match from them.
balcony and window box like coastal oak
add bay window to front of house?
The lol of the bay window
A very cool look for the window - squared, but not this long...
build out window for our livingroom
the straight lines, three sided windows
The Oriel WindowA bay window of any type that doesn't reach the ground is typically called an oriel window. The shape isn't as important as the upper-story location. So an oriel can be referred to as an angled, box, bow etc. bay window.Keep in mind that an oriel is not a simple second-floor cantilever
same. And an oriel is typically supported on brackets or something else that gives it the appearance of being hung on the house.An oriel window, because it's located at an upper floor, is a terrific way to expand a second-floor bedroom or study. And by strategically placing the oriel, you can provide
“Like Andreas idea for wood fireplace surround??” — frowan
Homeland Design, llc
11 Reviews
Classic Tudor Remodel in Bend Oregon
note windows on side - round
like without roof over entry and assymetry of door and windows on first floor, bay of windows above
Oriel window on south side of house
bay window shallow under roof
Bay window overhang idea
design under oriel window
interesting bay window
trim, windows, house color
like detail under windows
under window...Oriel window...bay window detail...Bay Window...dark windows...picture window...porthole window...bay window...round window
“the blue” — odonnell09
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Residence - Exterior
What brand and color stain is on the wooden window trim?
I wish I could see more detail on the bay windows on the right
I like the windows dominating rooms, and the rounding of the set of windows I would use this as the front of my home, and the car wouldnt be half bad either.(Exterior Front)
Love the stone work under the bay window
bay above the entry steps here is an oriel window. If it had been placed at the first floor, it would be called a circle bay.
An oriel can be circular in shape and provide protection from the weather when placed at a home's entrance. Whatever the shape, an oriel typically contrasts with the main house
The Bow Window and Circle Bay WindowAptly named because of its bowed shape, the bow bay introduces a soft and relaxed geometry to an overall scheme. Bow bays are typically
“love colors!!!” — jackmaya1012
8 Reviews
The "hood"-type window accent you have, is it an original part of the architecture or an add-on piece.
around windows at 1003. Paint contrasting color
not the right style, but the second story window with "hood" accent is like ours
half timber wraps the house, while the stone-detailed entrance provides an intimate welcome. Notice the slight overhang of the second floor and the oriel window to the right. These well-executed details validate its style. A hip roof, another variation on the theme, covers the primary body of the house.
“Color” — jenmich
Brian O'Tuama Architects
London Fields House
Large window as wall in kitchen overlooking garden
The green backdrop window pane
Window seat with wood
Cute window seat for basement
Window greenery brick
Window and tile picture rail
were keen to incorporate into their new home. Green metro tiles add depth to the scheme, and Brian chose the same colour for the cushions in the oriel window to consolidate the look.See more great glass-box extensions
tiles & window seat...Window nook...Window seat...kitchen window seat...the window!...window for sitting...Window seat?...Bay window...large window...window seat
“Couch” — samirasheik
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Front Façade
Where is the detail between door and window available?
The small window between front door and bowed window, directly over the garage door...... is that custom made or is it available from a supplier?
Design of window........and.......Above window......design of Curtons
beige with navy/dark blue black window trims
this house. Notice the swag details in the frieze above the first floor, too. The rounded bay window can be found on many Queen Annes in San Francisco, and it’s an especially sumptuous form. An oriel window at the center of the main level creates a punctuating focal point in a complex assimilation of
“Bay window trim” — jahitt
Fusch Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Private Residence - English / Tudor
Who makes these windows? Is that true leaded divided lite? Thanks
motor court pavers, and window hoods
Beautiful but not so grand window above entry
Precast detail around window above front door
English Tudor with copper awning window
Renaissance-inspired details accentuate the windows and doors across the entire front elevation. Stone veneer covers the walls from foundation to peak, contrasting with detailed redbrick chimneys. Also notice the oriel window above the entrance and the division of windows by the cast stone, which are characteristics
“EXT.” — Collin Kayser
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