56,372 windows Exterior Design Photos

Lawrence Architecture, Inc.
2008 Parade of Homes house
Ideabooks5,392
Questions4
I like the general look of rock with tan paint and white trim on windows (but don't like white lines in windows). But, want brown roof, brown garage doors, brown front doors, brown shutters around windows, much smaller courtyard, and many other differences.
Iron balconies with door size windows.
top is french door and bottom is window but same width
“exterior of home” — oldskoglund
TruStile Doors
4 Reviews
Parade of Homes
Ideabooks21,062
Questions6
Gables and window headers on second floor
don't like shape of house.. siding, shutters, window box
bat & board above windows
Windows for a colonial
window box...window dressing...window flower bed
“Exterior” — carolinedarby15
Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
Ideabooks15,220
Questions7
I really like the agave plant located by the lower left window
the railings at the windows
driveway, windows, style
window color, stucco color, lighting
stucco curves in around windows...cool!
Windows and concrete
stained glass windows
the windows
“Outdoor lighting” — Matt Morgan
Arcanum Architecture
Meadow Creek Residence
Ideabooks1,493
Questions1
Overhang (whoa!) with fireplace tie in, metal roof, floor to ceiling windows
Love the huge windows
windows/exterior access
Windows and outdoor space
Windows; Sliding Doors
steel frame picture windows
Lanai, windows,
“Simplicity” — eurpbear
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Carmel Valley Estate
Ideabooks1,228
Questions0
Courtyard without a high wall; arched, deep-set door & windows; stone color & texture.
Lovely entrance. Like balcony with windows each side & front door
; Italian theme; rounded doors/windows. Stone
I like the stone facade and the window framing as well as the way the
entryway, and deepset windows.
Small windows for side elevations
soffit, window frame-outs, entry
wood windows
“sofit” — philipferguson2009
Isler Homes
1 Review
Greenbrier Exterior
Ideabooks41,584
Questions23
What colour are the windows? Are they painted or sealed?
Love the whole exterior, but wondering if I can obtain a similar look on my plastered house. Roof similar pitch with dormer windows and existing wooden "cottage pane" windows are natural wood. Have just heard of a brazilian
Can you tell me the Manufacturer you used for the cast stone door/window trim? I am building in Pittsburgh and can't find anyone that offers quality door/window trim as shown in this home. Thank you!
brazilian product whereby you can reseal windows and change the colour - even to white!!! Love your comments on colour of windows and what colour would be similar to the walls you did?
Can I get the same reflective look of the glass windows if i decide to get the grills in between the glass. The exterior grills are hard to maintain.Thanks
“Balconies” — lumox
Jonathan Chambers Architects
1 Review
Barrington Residence
Ideabooks3,475
Questions5
colors that work well for windows and doors on traditional style homes. Newburyport Blue, Townsend Harbor Brown, Hadley Red, and Tarrytown Green (just to name a few) contain enough color to give designs some pop, while also containing enough black to recede with the glass of window and door openings.
colors that work well for windows and doors on traditional style homes. Newburyport Blue, Townsend Harbor Brown, Hadley Red, and Tarrytown Green (just to name a few) contain enough color to give designs some pop, while also containing enough black to recede with the glass of window and door openings.
colors that work well for windows and doors on traditional style homes. Newburyport Blue, Townsend Harbor Brown, Hadley Red, and Tarrytown Green (just to name a few) contain enough color to give designs some pop, while also containing enough black to recede with the glass of window and door openings.
“lanterns” — sgbempor
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
Large Fixed Window
Ideabooks133
Questions0
Split Window (lower part could have screen
Picture window with openable venting window
ry window units are constructed with dual glazing — two sheets of glass set about half an inch apart — to help insulate the home.The sash is the frame of the window that holds the glass in the larger frame of the whole window unit. Sashes can be fixed or operable, and you may have a single window unit
pane is the section of glass in the window. Windows have either a single pane of glass or multiple panes of glass. Manufacturers may simply cover a single pane of glass with an applied grid to simulate the look of a multipane window. They also simulate multipane windows by sandwiching a grid within the
styles, they call it “true divided light.”The reason you usually find multipane windows in traditional architecture is that historically, glass was expensive and produced only in smaller pieces. To get a larger window, many panes of glass had to be combined. Since glass is now abundant in many sizes
“Wide open” — casey241
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