49,110 window pane Exterior Design Photos

Chioco Design
Front elevation
windows with trim same color as windows
Fireplace and window and door placement
Bolder window trim and no shutters
If you paint the lower half white,ain't ing the window trim on both levels in a darker color would be very modern
double-hung windows, characteristic of colonial revival yet lacking muntins (which divide the window panes into smaller segments). It also has a lower side-gabled roof pitch, but there is a steeper forward-facing gable with an extension comprising the entrance, a trait found in American Tudor homes.
green-brown window trim and rust-orange door. In small doses and with a light background, the '70s-like hues feel anything but dated.
“windows” — Julie Rutledge
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Brookdale Gardens
I love the small diamond windows on the sleeping porch. Are those the old single pane or custom-made double pane?
Windows, materials, color and specifics..please provide.
What do the windows look like on the inside? I am thinking of replacement windows
windows for a traditional house. I currently have dark wood trim, double hung windows.
Would you know the dimensions of window to left of front door? Thank you
these windows as seen from the interior: http://www.houzz.com/photos/1303728/Sitting-Room-traditional-porch-boston
Window are all modified stock windows - from Eagle (no longer in business, bought out by Andersen I think) All are double pane insulating glass
diagonal pane windows in my opinion.
“window grates” — lolalolabelle
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
ow do windows operate for ventilation, etc
beach house with black windows divided lights
black windows on weathering gray shakes
Like the chimney cladding and windows
large windows in dark frames hint at a modern interior. The chimney acts as a hinge between the two living and sleeping volumes, which are connected by a small hallway.
large windows give its traditional form a contemporary quality.
“I like the mix of modern and traditional LOVE the shingles” — jcasale06
Moore Architects, PC
Porter Street Bungalow
I love the look of the black windows and and trying to decide if they fit with my 1922 bungalow. It looks wonderful in these photos.
SW 2820 Windows: Polished Mahogany SW 2838 Thank you for your interest in our work!
The windows on this home are wood, painted with Sherwin-Williams Polished Mahogany (2838). Thanks for your interest!
loss) Windows: Polished Mahogany SW 2838 (finish-semigloss)
black trim windows, surface of house
like the windows with dark panes and 6 upper no lower
top dark, bottom light window grills
great windows interesting roof line
“Small bump out for kitchen” — adenoble
Mikiten Architecture
Vineyard Home
type of windows were used? Love the windows.
l the windows in the wood-sheathed part of the house are Sierra Pacific wood windows with aluminum cladding. The windows and big multi-slider doors on the metal-sheathed part of the house are thermally-broken full aluminum by Solar Innovations. They have a nice thin, crisp frame profile.
colors window panes a little too small
muntins on windows, just one down the middle of window
Dark window frames, light colored building
dig the siding and window contrast! no white windows to clean
love the look....with tin roof and black windows
“dark windows/soffit/fascia with metal roof” — Ryan Soletski
Karl Neumann Photography
2 Reviews
Bozeman bungalow
inside window frame white trim (cottage)
Dark windows with white trim and diff sidings
Joel likes outside look and big open window in front
black windows, stone features, mixture of grey siding.
windows and bump out roof
large front window. high ceilings
That window!!! What would
including window panes
Bay windows & good lines
Window pane and trim color
Black window frames...nook windows...Chimney- windows...Two tone window
“Color” — martingolden
Evens Architects
4 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
What don't I love? The porch, the 2nd story over looking the front lawn, the light exuding from all the windows...simply lovely
Note the window on either side of the dormer
dormer with windows on 3 sides
unique window mullions, which loosely resemble Prairie details. Prairie style had some influence over this one, as it was also popular in the early 20th century. Double square columns comprise the porch supports (difficult to see in this photo), yet another variation in the style.
“Large dormer” — Brian Megan Shinabery
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Exterior - Modern Tudor
windows that would be in the bedroom and bathroom with windows at the top of the stairs
small window panes. Updates: The architect of this house kept the form of the Tudor house while using nontraditional colors and smooth stucco siding instead of textured stucco.
“Contrast” — kmaiorana3
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