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degree of expertise. A factory finish is not necessarily a bad thing at all-typically can have excellent durability and the conditions are well controled helping to keep a consistent finished product from one cabinet to another and especially if you need to order a replacement cabinet down the line. Cabinets
the color scheme and the big open windows
Like the color palette and combo cabs. Lightened with white window frame. This is close to what my mind calls a "folk art"
Period Architecture Ltd.
Cold Springs Farm
Really like this stone with our roof tile and white windows
All window and door trim in white
Stone house with white windows and doors and brown gutters
Arched windows on second level
Second floor windows
divided window panes
Stone work, windows too small
stone and windows...Tiny window...stone, windows...dormer windows
first window? another window or door?
between the windows. Could you please tell me how wide this is, as well as the rough dimension of the actual opening? If possible, I'd also like to know how far it comes out from the wall and how high it tapers. Thank-you so much!
The windows and doors are stained and I am just really needing advice. I thought if we painted it I would probably try to match what you did here. Arlene Jones
CCS Woodworks Inc.
for your expertise. I really appreciate it.
like the window treatments on kitchen window
Window cov...Window treatments...Window coverings...window treatment
Ike Kligerman Barkley
of the windows & sizes if you have them. Thanks!
I like the window over the sink, and the island.
Love windows and topper above sink
windows - who needs more cabinets in L.C.
large window over the sink opens to a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Three single casement windows combine to frame this kitchen's grand view of Virginia's rolling hills. I'm especially fond of the apron sink and Arts and Crafts trim.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
We are preparing for a major Victorian Renovation & we won't be able to save all the windows. Any windows that need to be replaced on the face of the house MUST have this configuration. I'd like to add some on the sides & back as well if we can do it properly.
What is width between window trim (painted drywall)?
building. The windows, fireplace and floors. I would love to know the size of this room. Thanks
Hi, re window trim did you use the same 3/4" poplar stock for the stools, also did you put a radius on? TIA!
Are the window casings miter or butt joints?
Please tell me the size of the window on side of fire place?
to the window trim size - the side casings are 3 1/2" wide x 3/4" thick and the head casing is 5 1/2" tall x 3/4" thick. Hope that helps!
Nick Noyes Architecture
Marvin Windows - are these the push out casement?
Love these windows - wondering if these are the push out casement style? (I don't see any cranks) Also do you know which sticking style was used - square, ovolo or ogee? Thank you!
What is the sticking profile around the windows? Is it ogee also?
I love the Marvin casement windows, and was wondering if the sticking profile around the windows is ogee like the divides or
wood clad windows which have been painted?
If so, I would be extremely appreciative to know what kind of paint you used. I have recently purchased a home with Anderson windows and fir trim. I really love the look of white trim, but am fearful of painting the windows as I have lived in an older home
what size is the room and the windows
window bay - seating for two over looking the farm Jeff Chmielewski
bottom windows do open and they are wooden. I'd have to go back and check the plans and specs, but if I recall correctly, there are technically two different windows in each panel (the upper and lower are distinct windows). Custom trim was also installed to match the rest of the windows in the house
love the windows, I have a small back yard. Would they be too much?
Windows open from bottom would be nice if the opposite
windows - could they be in aluminum?
outdoor-oriented reading alcove with windows that open on the bottom
windows to the floor and corners
Each window panel has two independent parts; the bottom sections open and allow the breeze to cool the space in the summer months. Windows: Lincoln Windows