54,461 privacy window treatments Home Design Photos

CLAUDIA LUJAN
MODERN
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Questions13
and then turning a corner and over the windows. Can I mix treatments in the same room on the same type of windows (5 feet high Anderson casement).
coffered ceilings and windows running on one wall over 20 feet coming to a corner and than another bank of windows. Can I mix on some windows panels on a long
Of course, perhaps other photos might explain the answer, but this image makes me wonder "why are one window and one doorway
doorway dressed in curtain yet another window is not?" Even curiouser because this window is not under a roof--would admit more not less light needing sheer
keeping the materials the same, you are in better shape to mix the types of window coverings, though it may not be the ideal solution.
“Curtains” — Sandy Andersen
Phoenix Design & Construction
15 Reviews
Diana Larr
Ideabooks1,623
Questions5
Love all the windows in breakfast nook
Window height from floor and color of wood floors
Windows on curve...Window treatment...window treatments...Wow! Those windows!!!...Great chairs & windows...kitchen window treatment...Top set of windows
“galerie” — onitapelita
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
sixties solarium
Ideabooks2,983
Questions1
Modern way to break up the windows?
contemporary windows in trad home for transitional style
privacy screens...Porch and windows...glass window tinted white...privacy glass in the garage...the Chinese style windows......Windows and angles...all the big windows?...Soji screen instead of windows?
“Patio roof” — cheriepepper
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
6 Reviews
Hudson Loft, NYC
Ideabooks12,573
Questions19
It looks as if they're opening onto another room. If that's the case, can this concept be adapted for windows that
The windows in this photo are pivoting, not sliders. There are metal window manufacturers that make sliders, but likely
glass upper windows let air and light in but still afford privacy
translucent window in lieu of a traditional backsplash.each window opens up into a narrow pantry set right
revealing too much? Just have it frosted for privacy. Most custom window manufacturers offer this type of glass, but you can also use a vinyl frosted covering
Translucent windowsIn lieu of a traditional splashback, architect Steve Schappacher installed translucent pivoting windows in this loft. Each window opens up
“Kitchen windows” — sandragraeme
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
East Hampton House 11937
Ideabooks1,051
Questions4
"waterfall" treatment around the frig, and really like what they did with the counter
We like the window as a splashback but one whole window as opposed the three small windows.
So many windows. Love the light...good privacy bench, white...Kitchen windows...narrow windows over sink...Backsplash windows...Windows between cupboards & counter
“windows” — borgen95
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
13 Reviews
Exterior - Back
Ideabooks35,162
Questions23
What colors are the windows+doors? Are they on all of them?
Interested in knowing if you used color windows & doors throughout or just in
what is make of the windows? i like the panes on top and clear on bottom
want to invade on your privacy but a designers name would help. Thank you
All of the doors and windows are white clad. The darker
yes Marvin but geisler-windows. eu make them in good price.
white windows with cedar shake treatment-- add stone
“Interesting shingle.” — michaelebrown
Kim Bartley Design
4 Reviews
Urban Backyard
Ideabooks3,637
Questions3
outdoor privacy...Wall for privacy?...Mirror looks like a window...Privacy wall...picture window...Privacy wall by north patio...picture frame window...Privacy deck wall...Rustic privacy screen
“wall” — marthamaines
Curbz Landscaping Inc
15 Reviews
Leslieville Project
Ideabooks16,793
Questions2
build something like that against my existing fence in my backyard for privacy screening from neighbouring houses
Privacy fence...Privacy idea for lake...Privacy screen...Privacy screen upper deck
“Palissade” — beaurepaire
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