557 fiberglass windows Kitchen Design Photos

Fibertec Window and Door Mfg
6 Reviews
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
6 Reviews
Hudson Loft, NYC
Ideabooks12,458
Questions19
It looks as if they're opening onto another room. If that's the case, can this concept be adapted for windows that
SchappacherWhite Architecture DPC, stained white ash, blackened steel and fiberglass. Cabinets fabricated by ZT Max Construction, steel by Gunnar.
The windows in this photo are pivoting, not sliders. There are metal window manufacturers that make sliders, but likely
translucent window in lieu of a traditional backsplash.each window opens up into a narrow pantry set right
glass upper windows let air and light in but still afford privacy
Translucent windows in a Manhattan loft. In lieu of a traditional backsplash, architect Steve Schappacher installed translucent pivoting windows here. Each
“Mélange bois et noir” — Romain Masson Dubois
Angus Mackenzie Architect
Waverley House
Ideabooks896
Questions1
Open plan dining and kitchen area. Timber framed windows and doors provide many options for inside/outside living. Photography Huw Lambert
like window seat-possibly make it more supportive
– Nordic homes are bright and beautiful and let the light flood in. Keep window treatments sheer or forego them entirely.SMART STRATEGY: Australians have
window seat for bedrooms wood around...window box and sliding door etc
“Legs” — Jonathon Clemens
JRA Green Building, Inc.
Full Plane Passive House
Ideabooks50
Questions1
are windows aluminum? or another material. who is the manufacturer? th
These are triple paned fiberglass windows and doors. I believe this manufacturer was bought by another company since this project. Cascadia makes a comparable
“Outside/in” — redlesley
Bob Greenspan Photography
11 Reviews
Remodel Rewind
Ideabooks713
Questions1
who is the window manufactuer?...along windows...beam over window seat??...wood on windows...Windows! Island!...Wall of windows...like window!...beam above windows...windows counter top
“Drawers in island” — Susan Dufresne
Angus Mackenzie Architect
Botany House
Ideabooks2,587
Questions3
Dave would like these doors and open space. I like the upper windows
Love the open feel. The high windows. Just gorgeous.
double-glazed windows, or blinds that can block out sweltering summer rays.
3. Get the windows professionally cleanedSqueaky clean windows are an absolute
well-maintained. The pollution, dust and grime that accumulates quickly on windows also blocks out a surprising amount of light. A professional clean will
must-have design element in Australia. A mix of bifold doors, celestial windows and louvres invites the outside in, but can be closed up tight during inclement
“Addition” — vinehill49
mango design co
mango design co
Ideabooks6,949
Questions13
Single wall kitchen with clear story windows.
Like the windows up high. Could there be windows above the cupboards
a range vent hood below clerestory windows
Kitchen windows on top & in front of sink
no upper cabinets, but shelves and windows
to the sink in front of the window, and then to the stove on the left. The integrated design of the lower and upper windows, lower cabinets and upper shelves
Who is the manufacturer of the windows?
“wall paint” — aaina0407
Arciform
9 Reviews
Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian
Ideabooks3,572
Questions5
detailing the traditional territories of Native American tribal groups acts as window shade and homework inspiration. Photos by Photo Art Portraits
map window shade makes a great conversation piece
depicting the territories of Native American tribes serves as an eclectic window covering. The chandelier is an inexpensive brass fixture that the owners
pull-down map shows how one Portland, Oregon, family got creative with their window coverings. The architects at Arciform say the piece is not only a shade
7. Try a fun window treatmentIf you’re looking for an easy way to revive a boring space that
is to ditch your plain curtains or blinds and replace them with a bespoke window treatment that captures your original sense of style. Here, the homeowners
I love the map window shade....Like the arched window on the right
“Map!” — rotelle
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