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Catalano Architects
4 Reviews
Stonehedge Farm
Ideabooks6,215
Questions7
stain glass pattern (double doors for tv room)
skylight look with stained glass window.
Fourteenth-century stained glass windows in some European cathedrals employed the Grisaille design. Grisaille windows are monochromatic panes of pale glass
duties by the storytelling in the detailed Gothic stained glass windows. Lancet windows with geometric patterns also became an alternative. This coffered
The window in ceiling stained glass...The window lights in the space
“skylights” — Shann Larren
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John Kraemer & Sons
38 Reviews
Gallery/Hallway
Ideabooks6,216
Questions8
These were Eagle Windows & Doors, which is owned by Andersen Windows.
3 sets of french doors in dining room opening up to wrap around porch
Tiles for mud room entry way...Laundry room floor...love windows in hallway...Black trim window doors...Wall of windows...floors, windows...Black windows...Long hallway open windows
“black doors” — Deboni Sacre
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
13 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks13,402
Questions21
planks on our living room floor and also surround with a wooden pannel the main window. The pannel would be bigger than the window and the idea is to put
put wooden blinds on that window,too. My question now: the blinds should match the wooden pannel color around the window or the floor?Thank you so much
beautiful rooms. where can I purchase the ceiling fixtures? Thanks.
You would match the floor and the pannel around the window and the wooden blinds to be something different or all the three woods together
and one wall can be fireplace books the opposite of the fp wall can be dining, then still further the kitchen.
windows,blend of traditional and contemporary styles. chair
“wood wall” — cherylvabch
Hyde Evans Design
12 Reviews
Magnolia
Ideabooks1,267
Questions4
something they could easily walk around yet still use as a dining table in a very long room. We had to go with custom! I'm glad you like it
dining table if the dining area is long but narrow.
Dining room...narrow room...Unusale dining room...dining light fixture...Entertainment room lakeview
“trim” — enbaxter
Rick Hoge
Gaillardia show home
Ideabooks2,108
Questions5
This is an example where the long hallway opens into a room, like ours opens into the master bedroom
FOYER: Groin Vault outside Powder Room
Clg for dining room...CEILING TREATMENT...Dining room groin ceiling
“Ceiling” — zoranaz
Camber Construction
Hall with top of stair down
Ideabooks2,207
Questions1
beams and upper windows allowing light in
glass panels off great room and back stairwell
Depending on available room - the high ceilings would be lovely
High living room ceiling to upstairs...Opaque door with trim treatment...Living room - sort of...Doors, windows...Ceiling windows...tatami room to great room....room divider
“rail” — myriamlemal
Stern McCafferty
Rutland Street Residence
Ideabooks1,392
Questions4
Dining room...Simple draperies for Exercise Room...Chair, buffet and window treatment...Window treatments...window ripple curtain
“Curtains” — ransom69
Island Architects
Kiawah Island Preserve Riverfront
Ideabooks1,742
Questions4
the set-up. except window in-between two guest suites and different ceiling. I like width of hallway. Storage/supply closet. Yes window to outside for light
Shape of room...Window treatments...Dining Room Ceiling Ideas.
“Design” — rodulany
I'm stumped on a fabric choice for Dining Room window treatments and would love some input. The wallpaper is a fairly formal Damask and I'm going to do...
Need Help For Living Room/Dining Room Window Treatment
We just moved into a house that was a rental for several years. I will be painting the house with a neutral color scheme - browns, warm whites - and replacing...
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