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San Carlos Residence Two
home, the sliding door required curtains in order to open easily, but romans were preferred for the windows. Both work well in the space.
home, the sliding door required curtains in order to open easily, but romans were preferred for the windows. Both work well in the space. More: Pretty Ways With Stationary Shades How to Get Your Window Shades Right How to Layer Patterns Right
entry to a sliding wall that leads to a patio. Burnished concrete screed flanks the wood path, providing a dark backdrop in the otherwise light interior.
concept with sliding glass door
love the sliding doors
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
built-ins, a sliding ladder and a good reading chair would do nicely.
Sliding ladder...sliding ladder!!
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Palmer Point Road Residence 2 Living Room 3
sliding glass doors for family room
between the sliding doors and the small window tucked beside the fireplace here.
Mell Lawrence Architects
Rocking F Ranch
metal slides into a J-channel type product.
track for sliding door...is this what it could look like?
home can slide around.
Vinci | Hamp Architects
fixed and sliding glass windows and doors
floor has sliding glass walls connecting inside and outside, the stair core has plenty of glass facing south, and a series of terraces on the second and third floors face the courtyard as well.
Sliding doors out to courtyard.
Parallel to the sea
MOVENTO slides by BLUM.com, great product.
easily slides back in when it’s time to play.
sliding study table
Skyhouse - David Hotson Architect
Easily the most striking part of Skyhouse is the polished stainless steel slide that winds its way from the attic level to
The slide starts in the attic at the end opposite the living room. A similar angled piece of glass separates the attic from the guest bedroom one level down. The mouth of the slide and the piece of glass are actually independent of each other (the former does not rest on the latter), so the slide can
glass. The slide runs in two sections; the first is from this attic space down one level to a hallway by the guest bedroom. You then can continue down the second leg to the exit near the dining room we saw earlier.
This slide is for recreation and art; its beautiful form is a huge presence in Skyhouse