8,208 semi circular window Home Design Photos

Dallas Renovation Group
20 Reviews
Majestic Estate Patio
spa totally round, semi circle or square?
spa in center wd be in front of living room windows
“Trellis” — bernadicou
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Semi open plan to the lounge
Take out windows
“Layout” — laurierandall
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
the semi enclosed look is very clever and a bit retro. i think it needs to be closed in with glass though to cut down on dusting
This is not over a window but could be....like the rails
“Shelves” — 121308
Renovation Planning, LLC
15 Reviews
Traditional Kitchen
Thank you for your question. The cabinets are semi-custom. They are natural cherry in a Shaker style. They're the Showhouse line made by Metropolitan Cabinets in Norwood, MA (www.metcabinet.com). They
I like this color combination. But with all white on top with windows in the top cabinets.
“subway tile backsplash” — schoolnurseavs
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
horizontal window
Semi floating steps
“steps” — gadija1
Donna Elle Seaside Living
5 Reviews
Surfside Chic Nantucket
the ship lap on the vertical and ceiling surfaces are painted in BM color white ice satin finish, the woodworking is in BM color calm semi gloss. the two finishes and hues juxtaposed and given the 'natural' light from ocean and sky and sand, renders it dreamy and cool. This home is for
french doors with side windows
“nichole” — luv88prpl
Terri Symington, ASID
6 Reviews
Private Family Ranch Retreat
Is the trim and door paint eggshell like the walls or semi gloss, as traditionally used for these items?
Yes, I think it would be great for a bedroom. The warmth you want can be achieved through the use of fabrics on the window, bedding, upholstery, etc., as well as lighting from several sources.
“Interesting just to see the breadboard doors here painted to match the wall.” — Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
Traditional Kitchen
out the color but accentuate the grain, then add a glaze to bring more attention to the natural blemishes and corners. The alder accepts the colored semi transparent stains, it covers so well that it does not allow any variation to the grain almost like paint instead of the ability to wipe on, wipe off
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