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21,155 window box Dining Design Photos
Windows above doors and ceiling beams
like it all....windows, beams, table, floor, steps up or down
windows and...arched windows...box beam ceiling...white window trim...window wall
Dewson Construction Company
New Construction - Bethany Beach, Del.
window covering and chairs
Window Treatments...Window treatment
Rariden Schumacher Mio & Co.
Decor Project 1
bay window...box beams
Dreamstar Custom Homes
Ibis Golf & Country Club
Kiya Developments Ltd.
Brookstone Estates - The Holt
Although some of the windows are fixed, as with all windows, there are a few that are functional. I believe it is the outside two.
box pleat valance for kitchen and baths
Box Pleated valances are a great choice
Curved wall with windows on each with separate valances
windows, dining table
Window boxes, chairs
Boxed pleated valance
Valance over dining rm window
Box pleat with graphic
bold window topper- wood?
box pleated valances
black and white window treatments
Can the windows open?
window treatments...Window tx...Window treatment...Box valances
Comfortable dining area with window seat
Does the extended window sill actually serve as the window seat?
I am replacing a flat window in our MBR upstairs, and love this classic bay window look with a window seat, but I don't have a floor walkout under the window build a seat. Does the bay window sill actually
actually serve as the window seat, and I would be able to buy a custom cushion to fit and use it as a seat? Thanks for your help.
what is the height of the window seat?
The window seat is 24" high.
Yes the bay windows sill is the window seat. The designer on the home, Francesca Owings provided the custom cushion for it.
I don't like the fact that the window comes right down to the height of the window seat cushion.
Glad to see this! I've been thinking about doing the same thing...How close is the counter to the windows and how does it look from the outside?
Low windows in front of Kitchen base cabinets
Hello, FINALLY, I find a picture which shows the same type of picture windows which
picture windows on them. My main question to you is: What special treatment did you do to the rear side of the cabinets which are against the window itself? Did you do any special framing around the windows themselves for the base cabinets? Many thanks in advance, yours Sally
and GC that putting the cabinets in front of my long windows would be a bad idea. I can't seem to find any pictures of the "back" of the counter/cabinet. Do you happen to know if there are any? Also do things fall down between the cabinet and window? Just trying to wrap my head around this enough to go