2,872 insect screen Kitchen Design Photos

Phil Kean Design Group
18 Reviews
La Belle
levels and uses retractable screens concealed in the 1st floor lanai and master bedroom sliding door opening. The screens hold up to 90% of the home’s
conditioned air, serve as a shield to the western sun’s glare, and keep out insects. The 2nd floor master and exercise rooms open to the balcony and there
“backsplash” — jclee3i
Jensen Architects
Twin Flats Residence
In smaller homes lacking plentiful windows, a large frosted glass sliding screen is a great alternative to solid walls. It creates the division between rooms
between hallway and kitchen ...sliding opaque glass screen
In smaller homes lacking plentiful windows, a large frosted glass sliding screen is a great alternative to solid walls. It creates the division between rooms
“Glass sliding door” — starkeya
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
pattern highlights the custom metal room divider shown here. By acting as a screen instead of as wallpaper (per the previous example), the design is visible
branch screens...Iron screening...Wall screen...kitchen iron screen...Tree screen
“jonny to do this too” — dragonflysol
Berkeley Mills
8 Reviews
Madera Custom Kitchen- Berkeley Residence project
Kitchen- Berkeley Residence project. Cherry wood doors and Sliding Glass Shoji Screens for storage and laundry room. Photographer: Tiago Pinto
SHOJI DOORS/SCREENS...screen and cabinets...screens wooden counter...Wall screen...shoji screens...Floor to ceiling shoji screens
“wood/blk” — knightlight93
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
The Helenas 1
possible to have screens with steel casement windows and doors?
These windows are gorgeous but I fear Mosquitos, is it possible to have screens?
there are several retractable screen solutions for casement windows by motorized and manual
Google "decorative screening" or "decorative mesh panels"...
frosted glass cab's -mesh screen below
“Sink” — Ryha Ramli
Oregon Cottage Company
Tiny Tea House
rice paper screen lets in light but adds privacy - west wall of sunroom?
Sogi screen as upper window. Light in but not see outside cobwebs.
A screen idea?...Shoji screens...shoji screen
“small kitchen” — boomchaka
Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
21st Century Bungalow
21st Century Bungalow-Style Home - Screened in porch with removable windows featuring a double-sided fireplace and a secondary kitchen boasting a professional
Outdoor kitchen & grill in screened-in porch
screened in porch with grill, refrig, dishwasher, and ice maker. concrete
This is an outside screened porch for grilling
glance you might think this is a typical home kitchen. But in fact it’s a screened-in porch with a 36-inch built-in grill, concrete counters, a full-size
This is on a screened porch! Awesome!
“door between kitchen and garage” — vasantvihar
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
the info on the screens. I love these windows but then the Anderson Farmhouse collection caught my eye......the wood casement screens may have just sealed
casement screens which are very nice - we used a narrow ogee. Best, Nick
In this case we chose marvin because they made a very nice wood screen window
clad casement window - it makes a huge difference over the cheap metal screens you usually see. Marvin also allowed for a very narrow muntin - which is
All the windows like a screened in porch
Marvin casements with wood screens, ogee square sticking, narrow muntins
space for the windows rather than the kitchen provides an outdoor patio or screened-in porch effect even in the cold months
The house of Noyes’ childhood had a screened-in porch that served as a dining room. “The owners loved the idea of re-creating that romantic feature, but
“Not perhaps the exact fixture I'd choose, but I really do like the idea of a fun, creative light fix” — Eco+Historical, Inc.
Ziptex insect screen
Hello, Did you ever considering to offer your clients the Ziptex insect screen motorized shades
Insect screens
Hi, is there any way this can be retro fitted to have screens which will keep out Mosquitos? Thank you
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