129 dining room windows Mediterranean Hall Design Photos

Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Ideabooks3,933
Questions5
Is it difficult to change a door/window frame size or shape?
I am putting in window grilles on all my windows and would like to be able to open and close them when I need to clean the window or in case an emergency exit is needed -.e.g. if there is a fire
Can you please tell me who is the manufacturer of the windows? I need something like this for my master bathroom window which looks directly into my neighbor's yard/house. Thank you!
do you know who is the manufact. of this window? i love the design
is this hard to install? is there a certain manufact. for this window?
akaltrace, The lock on these windows looks similar to our window lever lock. Our lever is part of a 3 point latch with a cremone bolt. Here are some pictures- http://www.houzz.com/photos/11738727/Renaissance-Solid-Bronze-Windows---Doors-by-Progressive-Solutions-transitional-windows-austin http://www.houzz
“Leaded glass window design” — shadejames
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks8,047
Questions10
arches of the ceiling and window keep the eye moving across the room.
Arch entry with double lined window
Love a groin vaulted ceiling….maybe in a square dining room? Maybe too expensive!!!
Repetition - I selected this example because there is a lot of repetition in it. The doors are repeated, the lights are repeated, and the interesting mini-cathedral room design is also repeated.
“Tan cesme” — noya
Mediterranean Hall
Ideabooks3,233
Questions3
Love the paint color in the room,could you tell what it is? Thank you.
I like the idea of stepping down into your living room
Columns and low wall separating room from corridor
and separation between dining and hall
Interior columns as hallway separator, step down great room
Room separation. Different floors. Steps in between. Pillars and low-rise separator.
wall between hall and sitting room
columns for entrance separating from family room
“Tile floor” — tangaere
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Fratantoni Luxury Estates
7 Reviews
Detailed Hallway
Ideabooks13,246
Questions10
Who is the manufacturer of the windows and doors?
As discussed with Brian, hall will have tile from foyer with wood trimmings discussed. The wood in the dining room be the same as the trim. Ceiling to include design with light in drop down design. See Harwick Home - Picture 13 for sunken roof idea)
Entryway idea Prior entryway idea in dining
A long gallery occupies the space between the family room and the courtyard. The groin vaults in the ceiling are a traditional Spanish colonial touch, as are the wrought iron doors and sconces. Travertine forms a unique stone runner down the middle of the walnut floors.
“mirrror” — vgrech
Bernardo Grijalva Photography
7 Reviews
Califonia Mission Inpired Home
Ideabooks2,257
Questions2
Table with 2 extra dining room chairs
I like the light that comes in the room.
hallway beams and window with fountain at end
Not ceiling but the hall, walls, windows, doors and floor.
tile mural out back window
“Beams in hall” — jsph_sanchez
KDL Architects
Bider
Ideabooks1,304
Questions2
joining living room to dining room?
Arches, doors, windows
Glass windows back room
walkway/hallway with tall windows/doors
Sun Room...Lovely sun room...window colour...Day room...round top window
“Loggia” — maritimer1
Higgins Architects
1 Review
French Country Estate
Ideabooks8,060
Questions4
Long hall, window seating & arch way
could set back front door and then open up on either side with lots of windows
Consideration for mud room/long window
Great hallway window nook
each side of Window...Window seat
“Floors” — kimberlykbell
DD Ford Construction, Inc
12 Reviews
Adobe Ranch
Ideabooks1,198
Questions3
end, windows (on right) face front drive; instead of bookshelves, the left cabinet would hold book bags, shoes, guest jackets, hats. Straight path from front door to living room; left turn from front door (the near end of hall) goes to kitchen and garage, as well as a second entrance to living room.
“Tropical” — lincohn
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