1,677 window single pane Modern Home Design Photos

Wally Sears
3 Reviews
Wally Sears
Ideabooks2,461
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get the Windows. I love them.
the windows. Where did you get them. love them
love the window trim and frieze board
windows + window frame - clean/simple
love this molding meets window trim and also like the wall colors and trim color
interesting idea with window moulding and crown top
like the flat moulding around windows and walls.
Window molding and baseboard size for Renee
these windows feel completely modern, but ending the side trim at a flat crown at the top speaks to both traditional design elements and a modern aesthetic. Further balancing traditional and contemporary are the divided-light French casement windows. Single large panes would have left this room with
“window trim” — Marissa Rusek
Adrienne DeRosa
1 Review
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks4,115
Questions5
Long verticals windows go with the trees
What do you like about this photo?kike the way the windows echo the trees.
windows, windows, windows...I should just live in a glass house!
Height of the walls and windows, rough tiled flooring. rustic.
Like the windows because of the location
Tall vertical windows to echo the tall trees
The tall panes of glass and warm wood framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space — especially one with high ceilings.Works with: Bungalow
wall of windows in the living room creates an almost transparent divide from the outdoors. Also known for his principles of organic architecture, Wright had almost everything in the home made of natural materials. Here, the vintage Eames Lounge Chair blends effortlessly with the handmade kilim rugs and
“Windows” — bjobroc
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
North Bay Residence
Ideabooks3,124
Questions5
Awesome doors and windows leading to porch
very nice the natural bench, the stone floor, the door, windows, the patio
of the windows. Thick window trim would’ve undermined this intentional and mannered approach to the window openings.
and each window assembly fits precisely within the structural bay. The crisp dark steel is bridged by a thin band of wood linking the window back to the structure.Paring down the window trim to a very thin band reinforces the window’s place in the order of the exterior wall (subservient to the structure)
of the windows. Thick window trim would’ve undermined this intentional and mannered approach to the window openings.
“living room 2” — cassiejl
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks53,562
Questions18
This room, with this huge window, and that amazing tree - it is so stunning. How in the world did they make such a huge window and how was it delivered to the site?
Is that a window between the seats and tree?
What are the dimensions of the window, and what type is it? Thank you!
glass pane that size is impossible. this one here http://tinyurl.com/9lwddk9 is not so impressive at $300K What would be nice is the large glass wall from here: http://tinyurl.com/9jbhlmz the cost of such a sliding wall would be fraction of a single glass. There is no way you could even get that
4ft of single glass and it was $50K and needed a thick layer of cement to hold the weight and keep it from shifting as it would crack. The glass weight would be too much and would need to be something like what they have for walls at sea world for the wheals pools. even they are not that big. but
“In out” — mkonditi
FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
FINNE Architects
Ideabooks1,814
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clerestory windows, and the upstairs living space has a large glass wall facing a beautiful view of the mountain face known locally as Goat Wall. The project is characterized by sustainable cedar siding and recycled metal roofing; the walls and roof have 40% higher insulation values than typical construction
clerestory windows — those shallow panes of glass at the top of a wall
cool angular windows to match roof line froom kitchen to family room
clerestory windows. pros, hard for people to look into, very
12:12 single peak roof. We would still want an accessible 1.5 story space under the roof line in which to build a half bath, sitting/sleeping space and storage.
I like the windows letting in natural light in the garage. Also like the slanted roof.
“Clerestory for living room” — kateinoz
Modern Staircase
Ideabooks1,402
Questions3
these windows? Are they single-pane?
they are single panes of glass, primarily because they are curved and outside. Dual pane helps to insulate a home or business. Don't know which manufacturer they are from.
Example of single pendants hung in a group
addressed with window treatments since it's simply working as a way to bridge the gap between the indoors and the outdoors.
“steps” — sels321
Katz Builders, Inc.
24 Reviews
Shoal Creek Custom Home Five Star Energy
Ideabooks578
Questions1
openers on windows in upper levels, provide a perfect ciphone to draw out the summer heat. Screened in porch on first and second floor linked by staircase from breakfast room to the master suite allow for the feel of being in a tree house to the master suite. Home owners don't turn on their air conditioning
Kolbe windows. I suggest you contact a Kolbe and Kolbe distributor. They can give you information as to what would be the window of today that matches this most closely. As you can see the lower windows are operable while the uppers are fixed. The windows are positioned in such a way that when
Make our 2 story traditional with windows like this in the back?!?
Star–rated windows, doors and skylights. That’s $146 to $501 per year when you replace single-pane windows, depending on which region you live in ($146 in California; $501 in New England), and between $71 and $247 when replacing double-pane windows with Energy Star–rated ones ($71 in California, $247 in Florida
“Multiple mid size windows ?” — flextex
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Nelson Residence
Ideabooks7,254
Questions5
Wrapping the sheet plaster at the window perimeter back to the window frame takes the place of wood extension jambs
POTTERY BARN has a mirror that looks just like this window...great for creating a window look where there is none
perfect for my 9 window bank
Cool window for a big space
I love the black paned windows.
the window perimeter back to the window frame. This takes the traditional place of the wood extension jamb and provides a clean, no-frills look.
Rebates: There are no federal rebate programs right now for energy-efficient windows, but check with your city, state or utility company. Best time to do
about windows to get an idea of what you want. When you’re ready, find a window and door professional.More: Have you changed your windows and doors recently? Please tell us about your project in the Comments!
“simple and elegant!” — teamkalpana
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