345,810 stacked window Home Design Photos

Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Capitol Hill
Ideabooks2,250
Questions2
strip of color for the door and window on tower
like front. Garage can be on other side with window wall facing front lit up. Garage would open on the side
Like the awning and that vertical window thing on the right that spans both levels
Red metal panels lie between stacked windows and at other areas. The way they were inserted in the larger stucco walls gives the appearance that they are
are a layer beneath the gray, as if the box were cut for the windows.
“Exterior” — sveague
Johnston Design Group
14 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks8,354
Questions10
please advise me on where to find window frames that
These windows are aluminum clad, Semco is the manufacturer
Windows, blinds for movies cause of ?light
cantilevered lights to go opposite window wall
Change the window details. If you are filling a wall with windows, use different arrangements of muntins and mullions for variety.
Great windows! Are they wood? Aluminum?
“BOOM!!!!!” — Christina Kreinbring
Swatt | Miers Architects
7 Reviews
Tea Houses
Ideabooks8,947
Questions4
Could you tell me how high the ceiling is? I know the floor to ceiling windows can play tricks on the eye and would love to know! Absolutely beautiful
This picture was here to illustrate stacked windows.
Live the wood top and bottom the windows and view
through the window........stacked windows. We don't need...The glass window....WINDOWS / CEILING...Love the windows.
“Dream” — moniq81
Loudoun County's Premier Interior Design Firm
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Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks13,546
Questions11
basis. NOTE: our living room will be in the direction toward where the window seat is though. Thanks in advance for any insights you could provide!
Love the dark interior finish on the windows? What brand are they?
Thanks very much for the reply! My 'window wall' will only be 18ft (and not quite so many windows and will also include a main cleanup sink), and
what size are the lower windows above the countertop
and the range wall will be 9-10 ft and will include a small window to the left of the range (for a view toward arriving visitors!). The description mentioned
only? (based on the refrigerator size in the picture, it looks like the window wall cabinets are the standard 24". Also, could you tell me what the corridor
“Îlot” — Amélie St-j
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Phinney Ridge House 2
Ideabooks999
Questions3
partial overhang; vertical slat wood and vertical stack window idea
two sizes of window in green area
Windows in front of the stairs...Stacked windows - someday...Big big big windows!
“corner element” — Anthony Cosentino Architect, Inc.
Felhandler/ Steeneken Architects
5 Reviews
Western Country House
Ideabooks7,287
Questions2
very interesting way to use a lot of windows, don't like medieval look
Round room on end ; windows...windows, different levels...windows and walk out...Love all the windows!...The variety of windows....large window...Love 2 stories of windows...Windows - Mary Anne...big windows...Windows and lighting
“Walkout basement” — parkerhome2
Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects LLC
10 Reviews
narrow shotgun house
Ideabooks730
Questions1
interesting: -double stack windows + window bench - storage at left - fireplace wall
interesting: -double stack windows + window bench - storage at left
From the vaulted ceilings to the oak paneling, from the window seats and double-height windows to the William Morris reproduction wallpaper, the interior
example, while the living and dining area has a vaulted ceiling and tall windows, the kitchen has a lower ceiling. A plate rail, which doubles as a display
“Wood” — mlfitzge
GoGo Creations
4 Reviews
kitchen
Ideabooks162
Questions0
I like the 3 stacked windows, and the tallness of the cabinets.
curtains, windows...stacked windows...I love the windows
“with this red floor they have used dark cabinets with little to no grain in the wood” — Deb Valentine
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