15,622 window insulation Eclectic Home Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
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My Houzz: Laurie Rabe
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the colors, but I really like the idea of a bay window with all this seating
covered the windows with quilts instead of drapes, using ones from Garnet Hill, Williams-Sonoma, Pine Cone Hill, Pottery Barn and April Cornell. They keep the windows insulated against the cold in the winter and keep the cool
formal dining room blessed with large windows. room doesn't have a lot of natural light. So this family lights candles which adds tot he homes historic charm.
nice window treatment idea for bay window in living room
Similar dining room bay window. May have
Bay window with table and banquet
When bay window seating doesn't work
make window seats in downstairs dining room? YES!
with quilts instead of drapes, using ones from Garnet Hill, Williams-Sonoma, Pine Cone Hill, Pottery Barn and April Cornell. They keep the windows insulated against the cold in the winter and keep the cool air inside in the summer. When the Rabes purchased the home, this room had been used as an office;
“colors” — casonsjr4
Eclectic Kitchen
Ideabooks1,033
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Interesting idea for bay window area......
Window area for plants by bay window
consider an insulated version, depending on your climate and house requirements, for better thermal insulation.
I am noticing that there are windows that have the transom built into the window. Those are not the ones I like. The windows that have a space between the top of the window
windows for seating area in bedroom.
1. Window frames: U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recommends vinyl, wood, fiberglass or composite. (Aluminum is easily heated, so it isn't a great insulator.) Wood has efficiency problems due to expansion and contraction, so consider aluminum- or vinyl-clad windows. But if you choose vinyl, consider
problems due to expansion and contraction, so consider aluminum- or vinyl-clad windows. But if you choose vinyl, consider an insulated version, depending on your climate and house requirements, for better thermal insulation.
“1. Window frames: U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recommends vinyl, wood, fiberglass or composite. (” — katecor
David Olson Architect
Remodel
Ideabooks2,386
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make the 1,600 SF lower level useable. The upper floors were demolished to expose wood framing; and framing improvements were done, and new windows, insulation, plumbing, electrical, lighting, and data cabling were provided. New finishes were provided throughout.
Window with living room to kitchen
Windows for living room
layout windows...slider window doors
“Almost My floor plan , living, kitchen and small family room of kitchen” — oma Aslani
Ekman Design Studio
Cherry Hills Western Eclectic
Ideabooks2,762
Questions5
are those dark brown vinyl windows? Interior and exterior? What manufacturer makes them?
what are dimensions of this window
Hi! Thanks for your question. The overall dimensions of this window configuration are 13'-6" wide by 13'-3" high.
What are the dimensions of these windows?
dark finished Sierra Pacific alu windows.
I like the dark wood trim around the windows. I also like how the windows are s
“windows” — taryn123
Incorporated
Texas Hill House Horizontal Window
Ideabooks3,131
Questions4
where can i find a window that size?
Window for the master bath, laundry room
Cool window shape that lets in light but maintains privacy
HIGH UP WINDOWS FOR BATHROOMS AND BEDROOMS
Upstairs window idea for light - doesn't look into neighbors yard
use window between bed and bath
?transom windows for main floor bathroom/bedroom
Ribbon windows for east living wall
to one of the bedrooms. (The plan is roughly symmetrical, so another bedroom with ribbon window is found at the other end of the house, with living spaces in between.) Here we see the start of the ribbon window, something that creates a strong datum for placing objects along and on the wall. Another
“Nice window” — Bjorn Jackson
Shannon Malone
Dining Room
Ideabooks1,790
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like the shape of the windows - very arabesque
Shape of windows adds to overall concept of room and creates
Nature's influence is apparent in every room, with its organic shapes, lines and colors. These enchanting leaf-inspired windows surrounding the dining table blend seamlessly with the surrounding outdoor scenery.Dining room table: Down Home Furnishings
“All great but not light fixture” — paulataylormk
Josina Bergsøe
Childrens room
Ideabooks955
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Like the idea of the window
Like the window... Ocean room like boat?!
Round window in kids room
porthole window - window seat?
Yes!!! Want a round window
I LOVE round windows!!!!
With a little imagination, this round window could be a port hole overlooking the 'vast sea' and the world beyond. Oh, the places you'll go! More: Browse guides and ideas for kids' spaces
round window...Love the window...Circle window...That window....Awesome window...Port hole window...Shower window...I like the window...The window...Porthole Window!!...Nice window...Cool window...Porthole window.
“Niki” — Jessica Ray
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
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Cambridge Residence
Ideabooks1,883
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across from window increases light and views
mirror across from a window to increase light
Mirror across from a window. Increase light and views by placing a big mirror directly across from a window. Reflecting
place in front of window for good light
Big mirror opposite a window...also a great idea
mirror across from window to make it look bigger
Mirror across from a window. Increase light and views
Mirtor across from window. Could work in study
Mirror across from a window. Increase light and views by placing a big mirror directly across from a window. Reflecting a beautiful view is ideal, but placing a mirror across from any window that gets good light
from a window. Increase light and views by placing a big mirror directly across from a window. Reflecting a beautiful view is ideal, but placing a mirror across from any window that gets good light will make your room feel sunnier.
“Furniture arrangement” — kaisetr
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