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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
1190 Royal York
I like the mesh stuff on the cabinet doors. Makes it a little airier.
Cud i place the bed on the short wall with small French doors on either side of bed?
paneling behind the TV
Custom cabinet doors
bedroom panelling...cabinet doors...neat cabinet doors...Brick and panel...tv wall panel...Closet doors...door detail...Half wall, paneling
Andre Rothblatt Architecture
The panel appears fixed and this is the exact problem I am currently facing. I don't want to get in the tub to turn on the water.
vessel, door layout (note door sizes) ; opposite for Judy's side
Glass barrier in lieu of full shower door.
Like the half glass wall instead of sliding
Half shower door - hinged
Half glass for shower
Glass door and floor
Half glass door...shower glass...Shower door...Tub and glass...glass shower door
tdSwansburg design studio
White Rock Residence
Can you tell me the manufacturer for windows and doors.
The windows and doors are from Euroline Wndows Inc. (http://www.euroline-windows.com) and are in the EuroWood finish Dark Oak (Interior & Exterior)
Like the door package, and the L shaped
Bifold door + windows above
Accordian patio doors, nice open great room concept
Transom windows throughout ang glass balcony /stair
Mark Brand Architecture
Striking a Balance-Kitchen
Cabinet doors next to range hood
How are these glass doors made to not bang into the stainless steel hood when opened? It's a beautiful look, but i have the same problem in my new kitchen
Mark I actually did the same thing... clear plastic bumpers on edge of hood. You can't even see them, and we don't swing the doors open carelessly, so it's been a year and absolutely no problem.
pulls on doors and hood fan glass in cabinets
the glass door and the handles.
Then there's sneaky, functional, task-oriented placement. I'm a huge fan of small-to-medium size flat panels worked into kitchens. Keeping them off the countertop is key; either mount them to the bottom of your cabinets or have a custom space cut out for them within upper cabinetry. You can stay e
I would suggest checking out The Tile Shop - they have tons of mosaics that look like this. I believe it's glass. http://www.tileshop.com/walltile/mosaics.aspx
stained glass on upper cainet doors
stained glass. Just a bit blue
stained glass cabinet door
Stained glass...refrigerator panels...glass mosaic tile
Green Dirt Farm great room
Pls tell me more about the sliding door/window on loft.
I also would like to know where you get these sliding doors/windows/privacy panels for a loft area. Thanks much for any input.
Could put the sliding foggy glass doors that are upstairs somewhere
Sliding French doors with silk screen effect for privacy
Check out open loft. ALso looks like they have a sliding panel door to close off the attic on the far
Michelle Williams Photography
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multiple fold door for big access to front porch
I like the stacking patio doors, wine rack, and outdoor space
The door wall opens upto outside
metal panel privacy fence
ceiling wood panelling
Like door and extension
Folding doors...Door system...Flooring and doors...door 4 kitchen...Folding door...sliding doors...Folding glass doors...Accordion doors...Like the doors...The doors...curtain panels...accordion doors
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natural and handsome materials such as stained cedar trim, natural stone veneer, and integral color plaster are combined with strong horizontal roof lines that emphasize the expansive nature of the site and capture the “bigness” of the view. Large expanses of glass punctuated with a natural rhythm of exposed
perfect environment for relaxed Saturday afternoon barbecues and glitzy evening dinner parties alike. A glass “wall of wine” creates an elegant backdrop for the dining room table, the warm stained wood interior details make the home both comfortable and dramatic. The project’s energy saving features
- natural day-lighting decreases need for interior lighting - fly ash concrete for all foundations - dual glazed low e high performance windows and doors Design Team: Noel Cross+Architects - Architect Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture Joanie Wick – Interior Design Vita Pehar - Lighting Design