4,767 windows and doors Basement Design Photos

Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Brownstone Townhouse Renovation
How do you make tall cabinetry doors with wood that will not warp over time?
you’ll want to decide on finishes. Hullinger suggests establishing consistency with other parts of the home by using the same baseboard trim, window molding or doors that are seen on the other floors of the house. The dark wood finish from the staircase is repeated in the woodwork of this basement.
“Stairs” — abrolling
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
The structural fireplace, light fixtures and staircase elements are juxtaposed with the airy, transluscent window treatments and the plush silk rug. Moving into the lower level then with this softened natural light was key, so the knotty pine walls, low-hanging ceilings and vinyl flooring were updated
French door at bottom of stairs
love the walls and doors. and the Masks/art.
the concept of windows in the door and using it as part of the wall
basement doors like that leading to back stairs. lets in a lot of light.
Like the idea of adding glass rather than a solid door.
Stone wall and the set of 2windows w/1door stained dark against the light stone!
“Doors at the base of the steps instead of the hallway.” — helenheypottery
Francesca Owings Interior Design
Point West at Macatawa Park
egress window
glass door refrigerator
Egress window...window well
“chair” — annemarmstrong
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are these real windows or are they boxed in with stone behind them?
Love these window wells! Can you tell me more about them?
Love the windows. Can you tell me size as well as distance from floor and ceiling?
What do you cover the window well with to keep out snow, leaves, etc
The large egress window. Lots of natural light.
bedroom areas. “A common requirement is that an opening window must be big enough to climb out of, and close enough to the ground to reach,” says Higeura. “This sometimes means cutting down the foundation and building a window well.” The windows in this finished basement not only let in loads of light
“color scheme” — ninaninabonita
Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
177 white pine - new build
Wall of Windows / Beams Toward Windows
Windows. possible fireplace? colocated w upstars?
colors, fireplace, floor to ceiling windows.
Stone fireplace and windows
Fireplace, big window.
windows and doors...Wall of windows...basement windows...I love the windows...large window wall
“dark ceiling and beam” — tablemaxx
18 Reviews
Prairie Inspired Lower Level
Window / Door
Window: short & wide
Trim. Doors. Lighting
transom windows...Secret door
“Tones down the ski resort feel if we ever update those all-wood rooms” — brandyniverson
RDM General Contractors
2 Reviews
Traditional Homes
There is a window in the back of the kitchen... Is that a window or a picture?
Ceiling is cool but looks like the room is underground and there's a window that looks into the pool!!
Swimming pool window
window paned door w/curtain maybe
That pool window is amazing!!!!
pool window
“Ceilings” — williamsmjb
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
Windows and door
entrance, windows, white, dugout
Basement windows
“Windows and door” — Alloy Workshop
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