4,787 down view Entry Design Photos

450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence Entry Hall
I love those big view Windows, Id do just what he's doing, enjoying the view
Sconces up and down...View windows?...enclosed entry view
“zen” — dany60
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
This is a window. Isn't it a great view?
you see this window / view to the backyard
maybe window the whole wall at entrance pool view
wow - what a view window !
dream view + window = heaven
What a great open and clear view here.
Lovely use of window to frame view - fantastic.
room, but installing such a window really makes an impact on this landing. I think I'd plop down on that window seat and forget why I was ever going up or down the stairs.
2. Ventilation. If you want a view but don't need ventilation in the area, a fixed window can be a good choice. Fixed windows
but the rest of the view makes up for it.
Of course, horizontal windows aren't the only ways to capture views of the surroundings.
terrace. Inside every opportunity is taken to bring that scenery inside, even in this hallway. The window seat and view make a trip upstairs a slow and leisurely one.
McCall Design & Planning
4 Reviews
Down Valley Views
This home sits on the edge of Payette River wetland area with sweeping southern views down the river corridor. The mandate from our client was to make it “cozy” and so we worked to create an open floor plan with a flat 10’ ceiling that would maintain a human scale. Multiple windows and doors in the great
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Residence - with SF Bay view
Tiburon Residence - with SF Bay view
the glassed corner combined with joinery, the thru view,, great
picture window very open pretty view brings in a lot of light living room, kitchen, office area
I like this window style because you can find a really good view and just stick a huge glass for a wall and it will look
mostly glass makes the views become much more alive and worth the million. Also, this deck can be used as a guest room or a temporary bedroom.
by incorporating a corner window. Getting rid of the corner makes you feel as if you are part of the view, and this spot is likely to become the highlight of your home. If you have a spectacular view from anywhere in your home, that's where to put your corner window.
“Rrrrrrrr” — felixpatty
5 Reviews
Turks Enty
down lights in ceiling - reading nook?
forget about the table, the view is beautiful
What a view! Or is that a screen?
Down lights in ceiling
alternate view :)...Good view...The view...Ideal view!!!!...The ocean view
“Sconce” — rolypoly81
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Entry View
Can we have a view like that?
View!!!!! and the stone and trimwork. Beautiful!
View from the front door
View is so well-framed
Again, we need a view
nice way to frame view
the way down...Breathtaking view...entry to view...Love this view!...Nice view...The view!...Entry View
“Stone” — Dawn Shaw
Becki Peckham
Small Space Living in Outport Community, Port Rexton
Stationary panels to not obstruct view
When the bed is flipped down for sleeping, McIntyre wakes
Views - curtains framing the doors and covering the wall space between window and
wakes up to a panoramic view of the ocean. "I experience sheer delight each day looking out at the spectacular view I have," she says.
When the bed is flipped down for sleeping, McIntyre wakes up to a panoramic view of the ocean. "I experience sheer delight each day looking out at the spectacular view I have," she says.
“Windows” — sepointe
7 Reviews
Mercer House
com/us/home or Western Canada http://www.alliancedoorproducts.com/ca/home An entryway with obscure glass is shown below for those looking to trade view-through for privacy. (Although through-and-through fenestration sight lines are hard to beat for waterfront properties!)
like front door and view outback
love how it looks through to the back view
View through the house to the lake
“door” — absolutanne
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