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51,444 upholstered window seat Home Design Photos
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
Corner fireplace with chair and window configuration
Chairs in front of window
Window. Don't like fireplace
Trim around the windows
set up; window...at the window....Love the window...rched window
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Castanes Architects PS
'Wrightish'. Window mullions also remind me of some of the 50's design style, as well as some of the furniture. A gorgeous blend of modern style with just a tint of retro.
standards for windows, walls, roof etc. The house is also able to harvest rain water from the roof, and re-use it for irrigation and the water feature. Thank you for your question. Alev
with Big windows that can swing open as doors
when seated, won't completely obstruct seated view of downtown
Bar / Window to the house
large windows - modern - open - fresh...
bifold windows, focus attention on the lake and the landscaped gardens. Decks on each level facilitate an indoor-outdoor connection. The lower level was designed for entertaining. A kitchenette extends out to a barbecue and concrete bar. Lawn pavers salvaged from the previous landscape were used to create
Christian Gladu Design
large windows are 2/6 x5/0. the top sash is 2' long.
What is the size of the larger windows? Thanks
like the windows and Craftsman shelves.
short built ins with windows above and tv over fireplace. Would make the windows bigger, put in a short wide fireplace and lower the tv. And instead of wood around the fireplace and tv, that would be stone.
Love the builtins and the windows
chair seats. Simple leather, cotton or linen upholstery, as in this living space, makes for a softer landing and feels appropriate to the design.
Dreamy wall of windows or sliding folding disappearing doors of glass. Skylight even wood detsmmllllkk
Love the big windows and the neutral colours
the big windows and the sky light
infront the window - give seating but don't take away from the light. I also like the couch configeration and I like the simplicity of the windows
Kitchen & Bath Concepts
Clear Lake Traditional
a new window that brightens a previously dark area. The island features the owner's custom soapstone farm sink and a new prep sink was added in front of the new window. The kitchen also features a professional-style range by Wolf and a custom Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer armoire cabinet. Wood-Mode
with the seating is 77 3/4" long and the return is 114" long. The width of the island where the sink is placed is 48" wide. The entire kitchen, including the bar, is right at 400 square feet.
love the character - especially the window
Like the window. Like the beams
I love the copper hood, the arched window and matching arch within the doorway, and the wrap around counter, as well as the wide plank flooring with the contrasting
Oak Hill Architects
Windows and that this can serve the whole family
Love the windows--I would want the uppers to open
Nice his and her desk with the the corner 4 window office
Love the tre windows
The window space being utilized.
beautiful windows make this a space where a group can work in harmony.
Window seat...Window frame...trim for window...windows & desk...Windows and desk
Dark Window trim with White baseboards.
wood trim on windows..white baseboards
trim on doors & windows
contemporary entry seat
stained wood window and door trim.
storage unit/seat come from?
white windows...Window casings...trim around window...Window trim...Dark Window Trim...door and window?
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
between the window and the shelving to allow for drapery panel?
I have a similar design dilemma as I am looking to add some built in shelves in my living room, but still want to be able to hang drapery on the window. Is the space the same on each side, even though only one side has a window?
14 foot window and want to hang drapes on each side to soften the room. Because some have told me due to the large window I should go with 100" on each side to give the fullness needed, but won't be able to close the drapes (100" each side isn't enough) we have a lovely city view and don't want to block
doors/windows on the adjacent wall (roughly 10 feet ). Any thoughts would be appreciated!
Hi Lorraine, I just wanted to thank you - we have exactly the same problem with the window being too close to the wall in our family room (mistake in our reno). We've all