2,575 three panel fire screen Home Design Photos

Habitat Studio
17 Reviews
the Bauhaus living space
Ideabooks9,281
Questions11
Great window panels on the tracks, where can I get them?
I'd like to know more about the hardware used in hanging these panels.
where did you get the wood panel screens for the windows
Hi there..the screens covering the windows were actually hand carved screens that were imported from India that the clients
it made the wall dangerously hot even though the company said no chance of fire. You could not touch the wall. It did not have a fan nor hi lo settings
Hi Where can I find the wood screens used in this photo?
Note the screens that move over the window.....
Sliding wood panels for curtains - could be a deconstructed folding screen or shutters
you found the wood panel screens...carved wood panel on a rod
“Tract over windows and TV?” — velvetcricket515
Avalon Interiors
9 Reviews
St. Moritz Crescent
Ideabooks7,558
Questions5
like the privacy panels, what is the material is used?
Is the fire pit not hot enough to burn the deck?
It is a gas fire pit surrounded by non-combustable material. Burning the deck is not a concern:)
up from behind at night as well as the light filters through the frosted panels with all the leave patterns.
Light shines through the panels, would look great at night
Screen in your hot tub. Ensure your spa isn't out in the open by installing these corrugated acrylic panels. You can even filter light from behind for
hot tub on patiowith fire pit ?...nice idea for a hotub screen...Privacy panels with hooks for shower
“spa with divider with oriental feel” — yamanem
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks8,284
Questions5
separated glass panels can allow air circulation
sandblasted glass panels with steel frames. LED lights at night, privacy during day from neighbors
A screen of sandblasted glass panels set in a steel frame hides a less-than-ideal view and shields
day the glass offers privacy, and at night it adds a spark of color to this fire pit.
morning light to filter through. Though white during the day, at night the screen changes colors from yellow to reds and blues.
On this fence sandblasted glass panels secured in a steel frame light up with LED lights for a colorful display
What is the material of the panels?...Where can I purchase the fire pit?
“Small wood panels over cement for seating.” — rmari
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
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Robert Young Architects
porch
Ideabooks3,525
Questions2
Is there a sliding screen door to close off the porch?
Screen porch connecting indoor and outdoor with same flooring beyond porch
look at this classic screen panel as well as the decking with in and with out the
Add flexibility with screens. Having a screened porch next to a patio is a godsend in areas where bugs are an
A wide screened-in porch with a dining area and deck means there is plenty of room to relax
well. Spending on the things you will most appreciate — bigger decks and a screened-in porch top the list — is well worth the investment, even if it means
“porch screens” — Greg DeLory AIBD
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks4,925
Questions2
This looks like a built in place fire table. What is impotent is to use the right burner and have it set in the
air flow, which is particularly helpful should you want to enjoy an open fire pit! Frosted glass, as seen here, will give you a little more privacy, and
Like wall bench around fire pit...Like the fire box too....frosted glass panels...Privacy screen...Translucent panels.. Not all wood...Fire pit...Fence panels...Glass panels..... wind screen idea...Love the linear fire table
“Evap wall cover?” — brainboy1111
Wayne Windham Architect, P.A.
2 Reviews
Lowcountry Residence
Ideabooks12,861
Questions5
i have paid for three different house plans. unfortunately, our local architects havent been able
Australia,but only one story, and love the country feel. How do you like your fire pit, or is it water with reflection?
"Porches are getting bigger and wider to expand outdoor living. Roll-down screens and mosquito misting systems are also being incorporated to make these spaces
“Three season porch” — Douglas Smith
ecodesign Pty Ltd
Bali Style Retreat
Ideabooks14,033
Questions3
Privacy created with tiger grass and stylised bamboo laser cut steel panel screens timber battens are also used.
By Peter Brennan Integrated outdoor sitting room with outdoor fireplace. Three blocks of Bifold doors link the indoor living areas and invite you out onto
This is a lazer cut steel screen with a bamboo motif, sourced from Aludean.
stylised bamboo laser cut steel panel screens
Tiger grass, bamboo and laser-cut steel panel screens and timber battens
Cool and comfortable, I love the bamboo laser cut panel screens.
when entertaining outdoors. Tiger grass, bamboo and laser-cut steel panel screens and timber battens allow this space a sense of seclusion without closing
corners cud have slats with screen
“lateral screens” — lucyloo597
Chouteau Building Group, LLC
2 Reviews
St. Louis Custom Home 2010
Ideabooks9,147
Questions11
Why not convert a porch like this into a 3 ½ season screen porch?
Wondering about the details of the walls - are they fully screened, partially screened, fully windowed, ... Also
Hi looks great- what is cable rail used? And is it installed inside the screen our outside ( asking
The Amazing EZ-Screen Porch Windows would keep this porch as clean as the day it was built. All the while extending the time the owner would be able
illustrate what's there. The walls of the screened porch are actually removable screen panels (wood frames with screen). There is also a cable rail system
permanently install the screen panels - as the homeowner did not want to be on such a tall/steep ladder trying to swap out panels. But... It could just
More bout the screen and cable rail pls
“ceiling and fireplace” — sandypoint
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