7,134 sash cord Home Design Photos

Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Master Bedroom Remodel - New Large Windows for sitting area
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Questions2
Like the sash cord windows
Sash windows in bedroom
“Pillow colors with jade walls” — okred123
Current Works Construction Inc.
Dining Room
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Questions8
Tempered glass required for bottom sash
Did local building codes require tempered glass in the lower and middle sash? Ron Becker Building and Remodling
Good morning, Yes the code required tempered glass in the lower sashes, however I had the entire unit tempered. The lower sashes are disabled for saftey as well.
fixed sash window above double hung
stick around the edge of your windows and watch for the smoke to waver. The copper strip above will work for the sash-sill and sash-sash contact; the nylon brush type is good for where the sashes slide against the jamb. Once you've upgraded the weather stripping on your windows, consider adding storm windows
great advantage of having the upper sash operable is the ability to increase airflow. It is an easy way to ventilate a home, as the interior air will rise up and escape as it warms up. Double-hung windows are also quite versatile. A combination of a fixed sash held tight to the ceiling with double-hung
“windows and ceiling” — heatherberg
LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Renovation Redux Exterior
Ideabooks3,777
Questions6
Body/Siding Benjamin Moore, HC-113 "Louisburg Green" Trim Benjamin Moore, AC-41, "Acadia White" Window sash & shutters, Benjamin Moore Ext. RM, "Black Forest Green"
HC-113 "Louisburg Green" Trim Benjamin Moore, AC-41, "Acadia White" Window sash & shutters, Benjamin Moore Ext. RM, "Black Forest Green"
"Acadia White" Window sash & shutters, Benjamin Moore Ext. RM, "Black Forest Green"
Body/Siding Benjamin Moore, HC-113 "Louisburg Green" Trim Benjamin Moore, AC-41, "Acadia White" Window sash & shutters, Benjamin
BM HC 113 Louisburg Green Trim AC 41 Acadia White Window sash and shutters- EXT Rm Black Forest Green
Body/Siding Benjamin Moore, HC-113 "Louisburg Green" Trim Benjamin Moore, AC-41, "Acadia White" Window sash & shutters, Benjamin Moore Ext. RM, "Black Forest Green"
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Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC
1 Review
Watch Hill Oceanfront Residence
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Questions3
vary from less than $200 to north of $1,000 depending on features, size and materials. The lower-cost windows are likely to be constructed with vinyl sash and frames while the more expensive windows will likely be constructed of mahogany or another exotic wood and will have individual divided lites and
As its name implies, the window is made of two independent sashes that are hung in a frame. The sashes, one at the bottom and one at the top, can slide up and down within this frame or, as in the case of a single-hung window, only one sash will be movable.When to use them. This type of window is ideal
addition to their traditional appeal, a double-hung window's most distinctive visual quality is that the two sashes separate. The staggered sash will allow the window to operate with one sash sliding past the other. Another aspect of a double-hung window is the screen location on the exterior face.
“sash windows” — melody_chimes
Chris Jovanelly Interior Design
13 Reviews
Desert Mountain- Sunset Canyon- Contemporary
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Questions7
least expensive operable window and have been widely employed in recent decades. Most are configured with one fixed sash and one sliding sash. The operable sash simply glides over the fixed sash to open. The screens are mounted and accessible from the exterior
least expensive operable window and have been widely employed in recent decades. Most are configured with one fixed sash and one sliding sash. The operable sash simply glides over the fixed sash to open. The screens are mounted and accessible from the exterior. Mitred. As an aside to this topic, mitered windows
“Paint and painting” — robinrush
Scheer & Co.
Workspace
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Questions3
I hate wires and cords showing. Hope to use these ideas ivy new home
I like how the cords are tucked under the table
cords hidden underneath the desk - for the phone desk?
Pull electric cords together with Velcro and run f Down table leg
Bundle cords together with Velcro, attach power strip to bottom of desk to keep all cords invisible.
organize cords with holes in desk, plugs off floor, label cords with mashkng tape, bundle
Clean up the mess under a desk by bundling the cords together with a wire wrap and strapping it with Velcro to the inside of a table leg. From the front and side, the wires won't be visible. From there, you can run the cords from the bottom of the table leg to a power strip, using more
“Wire management” — jeff9636
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
1 Review
Green House - 1152 - South Main Colorado
Ideabooks2,645
Questions8
windows with Simulated Divided lites. One important point to note, is that the frame color is different than the sash color. Frame color is coordinated with the trim/casing color so that sash is distinct. Also, and important point to note, the window is recessed approx. 1", so the casing/trim overlaps
colors : two colors, Anchor Paint 7790 (Aged Olive) below the "beltline", and 7791 (Retro Avocado) above the "beltline"; trim is white and the window sashes are black
“Like the height and 3rd floor....studio and/or greenhouse of some kind?” — karen_taylor2942
Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design
9 Reviews
Andrea Braund
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Questions3
black sash & desk ht window
Black doors and window sashes!
BLACK WINDOW SASHES...Frame and sash...Black window sash
“door color” — albybrown
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