7,725 window above sink Modern Home Design Photos

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
1 Review
Water Shack
Ideabooks11,633
Questions3
Love the loft above the kitchen
too modern of a look..but right idea of the spacing above the kitchen
exposed wood, light, windows
oversized windows...picture windows
“Light” — dr_fofotofo
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Bushman Dreyfus Architects
Ideabooks343
Questions2
Trellas above windows
Build out with vine above
curved windows...Curved window.
“great natural cantilever shade element with vines and trellis” — pattercy
McInturff Architects
3 Reviews
Chesapeake Bay House
Ideabooks139
Questions0
window under cabinets
only little window needed
sink window
windows under cabinets
Kitchen with open windows
window baseboard...low window...wood window casing
“Muebles hasta el techo” — lizgomezleon
PROjECT. interiors + Aimee Wertepny
16 Reviews
master bath
Ideabooks1,229
Questions5
I love the lighting and the separation of the vanity's is nice. Bay window for tub. No drapes.
love the position of sinks bath and one shower
bathtub and window coverings
see-through window treatments
The open window in bathroom
Chair and windows...bay window...window treatment
“Bath” — jellemb
MK Properties
Vienna Way
Ideabooks192
Questions0
Window to counter
Layout and windows...sliding window
“Window to counter” — alesjohnsaraanna
Stephenson Design Collective
4 Reviews
Elemental Design LLC
Ideabooks431
Questions2
North wall full cabinets. Remainder no upper cabinets all windows
space under sink...clerestory windows...clerestory windows
“stainless looking counters, low profile backsplash integrated in with white walls” — aaronpnelson
Lisa Lev Design
11 Reviews
Ridge Hill
Ideabooks795
Questions3
Ikea: Island, Pax Storage, Windows and sliding glass door
Windows for wet kit like this
Huge windows instead of upper cabinets.
wall of windows with sink
“Stool” — zarcher
site lines architecture inc.
1 Review
Modernist White Rock Residence
Ideabooks1,349
Questions2
They're a custom window wall system from a local supplier.
Slatted end wall would allow lit light and circulation. Sink could be freestanding allowing access on both sides. Would not need splash back.
considered for access to the porch from the living room. We need to look at the door options carefully since using the east wall as mostly door and windows may make it difficult to place furniture in the existing living area. Also, looking through the "modern" porch styles we found a lot of wood that
“accordion sliding glass doors” — blondey040300
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