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John Maniscalco Architecture
Larkin Street Residence
What size is that window and is it wood or steel framed? Thanks
The old coffee table and the lack of window treatment
Rectangle bay windows
Windows for master bed
now that is a window
Window size...The windows...large windows**...Nice window...Studio window...LOVE the windows!...Single window?...casement windows...frame windows
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Love windows! Especially the scenery
Love the huge windows. Would be great to have in the basement.
***would work for our bedroom windows
Black metal window frame contrasts with green trees
The glass window looking out to the forest!
window color and configuration
house concrete floor interior windows
Corner window, large window
operable window...Horizontal windows...window frames...corner window...window treatments...window size/style...sliding windows...asimetric window...bedroom window...window systems...black window frame...large windows...mulled window
Lake Washington residence
who is manufacturer of the windows?
How did you trim out the window reveal? Did you use the Ezyreveal product ?
from the window and it's view......If I had a beautiful view like that I'd find a way not to lose the view & achieve whatever level of privacy I wanted. Hate to give up the view. Someone I knew (while living in FL) told me they had their windows tinted on the outside such that the outside could not "see
and the windows. Any info on who the manufacturer is?
love the windows which make the the bathroom more bright with natural light. It would be so pretty at night with candles; dreamy and relaxing.
Window treatment - If the drywall-return look is too stark for you, consider adding a deeper sill of contrasting wood or stone
7 tips for bed in front of window
Bed placed in front of window
front of window ideas. Window treatment
Pictures where two little square windows would be
PICS ON EACH SIDE OF WINDOW
sides of window to draw eye away from window
tall pieces of furniture to balance a window
use symmetrical items on each side to take focus away from window
Simple window treatment, particularly with white trim (would this work as well with wood trim?)
window blind in front of bed
from the window by placing large items on either side. In this case, symmetrical paintings and table lamps balance the room nicely.
Mark Brand Architecture
Modern is Modern Again in Portola Valley
exterior windows, mostly with oversized sliding aluminum doors by Fleetwood to open the house up to the wooded hillside setting. Stainless steel railings protect the inhabitants where the sliding doors open more than 50 feet above the ground below. We replaced the wood siding with stucco in varying tones
aluminum window manufacturer you used? Great project!
The windows and doors are from Fleetwood.
Kithcen window like this - awning? ALSO WHITE OAK FLOORS STAINED GREY.
too modern, but nice windows in bedroom
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
Upper West Side Duplex
Could you tell me what you did for window treatment . It looks like it lets in the light but without glare. Thanks deb
desk in front of the window and across the width of the room
Desk against window. Shades blocking some ext but not all. Chair facing window. Simple and clean. Flowers and painting
Length of desk. Next to window
modern house architects
Maybe onto park at the back? Windows?
Windows, concrete walls
corner door & window
Corner glass window / door
Corner window for bedroom
corner window...Windows and wood...glass window...Window treatments...corner windows
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Vermont Cabin exterior
Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Black Steel, Custom Baltic Birch Bench Project Description: Isolated in the Green Mountain National Forest of Vermont, this 1,650 sf prefab home is an escape for a retired Brooklyn couple. With no electric or cell phone service, this ‘Off-the-Grid’ home functions
bookshelf and window bench so one can soak up the south sun and view of the fern meadow and surrounding wilderness. With dark bamboo floors over radiant heating, and a wood-burning fireplace, the living area is as cozy as can be. The exterior is clad in a maintenance-free corrugated Corten Kynar painted metal
placed windows together. The home is powered by a 3,000 KwH solar array with a back-up generator in case the sun is hidden for an extended period of time. A hybrid insulation system, combining both a closed cell spray foam insulation and batt insulation, along with radiant floor heat ensures the home