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Blackband Design
20 Reviews
Newport Island
high windows for privacy
“Bedding” — lh5459
Lauren Gries
4 Reviews
bed with custom hamper/bench
use the same tricks as shown in the previous picture. Run the window panels to the ceiling to accentuate the ceiling height, add a roman shade for privacy and texture, and add artwork to fill in the space to the right of the panels so that the back wall is filled visually. This cozy little room is big
“great use of small space. Love the classic pieces with the Ikea rug. Soothing tones, too.” — Laura Giannone
Maza Interior Design
Whistler Mountain Modern
Love the window. Add privacy but still give you lots of light.
“Colour wall” — rehha
risa boyer architecture
7 Reviews
modern master bedroom
The house in the distance is actually about 30 feet away is quite lovely to look at. The window treatments are roller shades with an translucent privacy material.
“Favorite upstairs color” — 28vinn
Cornerstone Construction
The Attwater
with a gap on either side & is it able to be locked? We are looking to use a sliding door in our downstairs bathroom but concerned about level of privacy as opposed to a regular door.
“Bedroom cupboard” — alekleah
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
15 Reviews
Lincoln Park Master Suite
Glad you like them...they're woven wood blinds with a top-down-bottom-up feature. This is a great option to add to shades b/c it increases your privacy options while allowing you to constantly let light in. These particular blinds were by one of my favorite blinds companies, Fashion Tech...there are
“Color” — Febby Tan
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Noyack Creek
hed route designed by Bates Masi is the master bedroom and its view toward the water. Unlike the theatrical steps and catwalk, this is a place of privacy and a sanctuary, where the client can retreat to nature framed.More: Regional Modern Architecture Around NYC
“Open feel, and storage” — alicestewart93
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Client would like to use roman shades in similar window app with these 3 windows. It is southern exposure but they are not concerned about privacy and heat. Windows however in my application are NOT wood wrapped and I would prefer to use "simple panels" on both sides of window to bring together
“Vorhang” — bachmann2014
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