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Celeste Lewis Architecture
2 Reviews
Carl Place Addition
Ideabooks2,500
Questions5
Windows at the top of the walls in the lines of the furniture but not the color
Window on top of rooms- ry office?
Top windows in living room wall
windows for front entry
Windows to other rooms
high interior windows
master bathroom indoor windows
High windows to inside rooms
Indoor transom windows
Windows through rooms
Indoor windows between rooms
High internal windows.
Interior window...Top windows...Basement window...high windows...Interior transient...interior windows...Internal windows...transient windows...Clerestory windows...corner window...interior window
“Vitre” — benoitleduc
yamamar design
home office
Ideabooks2,550
Questions4
window to pass light to hallway
Sliver window borrows light from adjacent room
Interior window borrows light from adjacent room
Use an interior window to borrow light from another
A sliver window for Rosearbor kitchen.
transom window - sharing the light
Here is a window on the interior. is it a good idea?
Another creative application of the sliver window can be seen here on the interior wall of an office space that borrows light from an adjacent room. Placing the window high in the wall moves it out of
Another creative application of the sliver window can be seen here on the interior wall of an office space that borrows light from an adjacent room. Placing the window high in the wall moves it out of the way of the workspace, minimizing distractions while conferring all of the advantages of natural
“janela tecto” — Ines Narciso
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
13 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks1,487
Questions4
Design/Build, Inc. Save Email Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home. Designers think about the differences between night and day and how lighting will reveal
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home. Designers think about the differences between night and day and how lighting will reveal
Lead with light. Here an embedded linear light draws a line to the home’s entry. Vertical windows at the corners wash the walls with light, and the interior windows suggest a welcoming home.
“Led strip oprit” — jelte
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
Ideabooks3,049
Questions0
love the windows above ban be used in the master bath above the door shower and vanity
The bathrooms use recycled materials and have plenty of natural light through the skylights and interior windows to cut down on electricity needs. Water-saving fixtures and low-flow showerheads were also installed.
“windows, builtins, not expensive” — mcorwell
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
Ideabooks604
Questions1
i like the non-uniform windows and angles
Turn our side light into opening windows?
Office - love the desk, windows and bookcase
Cool window al fresco art
The window placement
Windows and natural light!
Mondrian windows...interior windows...interior window...Window composition...Window design...Nice windows
“Ceiling transition to double-height space” — Evan Anderson
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
Boerum Hill House, Brooklyn
Ideabooks4,351
Questions7
My bedroom has a sloped ceiling over the windows ( 8 to 11 feet high ceiling - windows 6 feet wide by 4 ft high). Can't find any way to dress the windows that does not make the rod look as if it's hung on a slant.
Where did you purchase the slim silhouette window trim?
remove the trim as there will be a gap between the window casing the sheetrock.
I'd also be interested in how you achieved this look. I have a '90s townhouse that I am renovating and it has hideous skinny honey oak trim around the windows, but the window casing itself is a lovely high quality wood. I'm
light pine casement, wood finish interior
love the depth of the windows, and the detailing framing the inner face.
darker interior trim with simple shades
“window casings” — designerkerry
rhodesarchitecture
Rhodes Architecture + Light
Ideabooks280
Questions0
materials, and textures to the 1953 house and added a second story dedicated to bedrooms, bathrooms, and dressing. The exterior Roman brick and modern windows were kept and complemented with new siding and trim. To create the exterior, a custom drop siding was milled from clear cedar to match the texture
texture of the existing brick base and Douglas fir panels were used to form a top frieze, breaking down the scale of the residence. Exterior and interior materials include red oak floors, Douglas fir trim and doors, Indian slate tile, and glass. The Queen Ann Residence was published in Sunset Magazine ("Seamless
interior voids for support studs sheet rocked in - bottom could be built-ins
I love how this feels like its separate from the other rooms.. and has the windows overlooking what I assume might be
“Openings in wall” — Ann Hewitt
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
12 Reviews
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
Ideabooks51,413
Questions28
Hi what distance is appropriate from window to sectional?
What stock did you use for the window sills (stools)?
I love the "chunky" stools anchoring the trimless windows. They work perfectly with the flat baseboard trim. Are the stools/sills very
Where do i find those windows?
selling a few lighting designs this year through my interior design shop, Remarque Unique Decor, so stay tuned. http://www.etsy.com/shop/jciverson?ref=si_shop
C B - thanks for the question! The windows were made by Plygem. The operable ones on the left
would depend on the space and flow needed in other connecting rooms, but in this room it's shown about 20" from the far window. It's also a perfect fit right up against the windows in this room which gives more room in the center.
“sofa!” — leannme
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