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Can I have these curtains installed on a bay window?
I love this! It is exactly what I've been searching to finish my Bedroom suite. Please detail what kind of rail/rod do I need to install this window treatment on a bay window and how do I hide the rail inside the soffit? Hopefully,
Please could you tell me the door/window manufacturer?
interested in. I see that you are from UK and therefore may require thermally broken window and door frames. Our Renaissance products have not yet been developed as thermally broken although our glass is among the highest energy ratings. It may be easiest to provide you with additional details via email. Please
see thru living room window treatment
Enhancing a linear look. Notice how a ceiling cove conceals the drapery hardware here. This is a great architectural treatment you can use if you have high windows. The absence of fuss at the top allows the eye to focus on the lower half.
Paul Welschmeyer ARCHITECTS & energy consultants
Second Street Green
Can you tell me where to get the wall window with door.
These are commercial grade aluminum door/windows predominately used in mid-rise Loft buildings. Make sure you use thermally broken systems to reduce the conductive energy loss through the frame. Some manufacturers include: Blomberg,or Bonelli.
concrete floor color? ceiling, high windows
wall of windows/doors from floor to ceiling is wonderful!
Dark (black?) wall. Clerestory windows. Thin
The summer living room benefits from abundant windows that flood the room with light from the south. Radiant slab concrete floors keep it warm in winter. The "floating" media center is made of Ikea upper kitchen cabinets topped with a ¼-inch-thick slab of Corian. The ceiling's Sheetrock is covered with
Tracy Stone AIA
does any once know any company that can get windows and glass doors like this , if yes, send me company contact info , thanks,
glass. Big, beautiful, clear, energy-efficient glass.
Love the mid century feel, big sliding door, open feel/big windows
Lower level ideas - doors, windows
5. Make No Small Doors. Well-built, efficient and easy to use, big doors are readily available. Whether sliding, telescoping, folding, overhead or other, big doors can connect the inside and outside
Like the window frame and the stucco on the left. Like the idea of the same flooring inside and out BUT not this particular choice of tiles.
grids, muntins, etc. Just glass. Big, beautiful, clear, energy-efficient glass.
It looks like a child could fall out the window if they were on the window seat.
Is this a custom designed window? If not what company make it?
Loewen makes this window... Called and access
great window design, and floating table
Yes... the window does lock at the handle and there is a removable retraint to make sure the window does not open more that 4".
The window and built in tv stand
Choose the cabinet doors and drawer fronts that match your style and budget. From solid oak to high-gloss foil, you can...
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
carried throughout the ground floor for visual continuity. The interstitial walls of glass were rebuilt and re-glazed with dual-pane, energy-efficient doors and windows. / photo: Karyn R Millet
fireplace slab over wood. clerestory windows
Windows, high ceiling, wood on ceilings
window sill to climb up and sit in
This room as the high windows and angle below them like ours will have
While the clerestory windows feel original to the house, they were added when a large portion of this family room–dining area was reclaimed from the former entry courtyard.A variety of items — books, records, CDs and speakers — are concealed in the walnut unit, which has a ventless gel fireplace covered
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
can you tell me about the windows?
There is no outside storm window.
Hi, Thanks for your question. The windows are new and are clear ripple glass. They were based on an original oval a star pattern and then bumped up in size to give them
stained wood molding & color of walls - crown molding is white to match the ceiling, windows, doors and trim are still stained wood
White crown with wood windows , base etc
Large windows and white trim mixed with wood trim
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longer than traditional bulbs, so you won't need to replace them as often – making them environmentally friendly as well. LEDs use about 25% of the energy and last up to 25 times longer than the traditional incandescent bulbs they replace. Their expected lifetime can range from 35,000 to 50,000 hours
windows above windows treatment for bottom
dark paint on windows and window trim with hickory floors
notice windows are flat against the vaulted ceiling
Cables/rod iron connectors on beams, window style?
similar look to ours-ceiling as smooth and good light color, rafters little too dark, vertical midline beam, no lath beams, sheetrock above windows same as ours
WIndows- wood ceiling (but don't like the
Schrader & Companies
informal dining spaces, walk-in pantry, and the hearth and great rooms. The upper-level owners bedroom boasts an enormous alder-lined study, with window seat and dual desks. The two tween girls each have a charming bedroom, and their shared bath sports penny tile and a glass backsplash. Downstairs
what color are the window treatments that go so well with the dandellion wall paint
love the big window when there is greenery to look at
Don't want these type of window treatments...
front/music room. like the window set-up
arrangement- 2 chairs in front of window
How about partially curtailing a window?
find the perfect fit both proportionately and aesthetically," Hebson says. "Measurements are extremely important to ensure a space is functional and efficient," says designer Susan Lund. "They need to be especially precise when planning kitchens, bathrooms and dining rooms, where you need to have adequate