376,985 vinyl window Home Design Photos

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
white vinyl windows
Window. On the right
“Railing” — kwebstet
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Love the light in this updated bathroom. Vinyl windows with ease of opening
Window, door frame and baseboard
window treatments
“Cabinet in center” — mheltzel
Design 5, LLC
Cover Street Residence
Works with white vinyl window
window colour
“window colour” — melissahooddesigns
Hagan Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Decatur Contemporary Renovation
deck and this gives idea of what double hung and vinyl windows would look like
windows for dining area, slider
“like the wood hutch to the side of the door” — kjell1524
OTM Designs & Remodeling Inc.
25 Reviews
Window Styles & Designs
A vinyl window is inexpensive, durable and remarkably energy efficient as they are designed to minimize thermal transfer. Vinyl windows are made primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This material numerous advantages, including being virtually maintenance-free. The material cannot be painted, but
complement many house colors. Since the color goes all the way through the material, scratches and dings are nearly impossible to see. Consequently, vinyl windows can look nearly new for many years to come.
#10 - Kitchen/breakfast nook note paned windows also note pot filler tap over stove
thest windows would work over breakfast nook
I like the setup but it's too white. Love the windows in the dining area.
“The legs of the center island” — estheryimmlee
David Edrington, Architect
5 Reviews
Shingle exterior
The exterior walls are western red Cedar shingles above a stucco wainscot, with aluminum clad wood windows and a composition roof.
do you know the manufacturer of the windows on this house ?
white window frames and dark trim
Upper part of window split 1/3 to 2/3's. So better view
Trim around windows is a color and windows are white
White vinyl casement windows w/ dark frame and darker wainscoting w/ trim. Two panes on top
light windows with dark trim on shingled house
“painted window trim, white mullions” — digitalsully
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
What color is the window trimmings?
How do you open the high awning windows?
I'm wondering how you finished the windows without trim. We would love to do this on the house we are currently building. Our builder is talking about using "L" metal which would be exposed and possibly painted. Not loving this idea. Worried the paint will peel from
from the metal. Would love any input regarding how you did it. Your windows are done beautifully.
feedback. Yes I meant the window color. :-)
Hi - Thanks for the question. Actually the windows and doors are have simple sheet rock returns with no applied trim. But -- not to get hung up on terminology -- since I think you want to know is what color was used for the windows themselves - the color
“These are your silver metal window colors. You can do this to match other windows are make squares” — shashigowdar
Eclectic Kitchen
1. Window frames: U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recommends vinyl, wood, fiberglass or composite. (Aluminum is easily heated, so it isn't a great insulator.) Wood has efficiency problems due to expansion and contraction, so consider aluminum- or vinyl-clad windows. But if you choose vinyl, consider
Interesting idea for bay window area......
Window area for plants by bay window
I am noticing that there are windows that have the transom built into the window. Those are not the ones I like. The windows that have a space between the top of the window and the bottom of the transom are the ones I think are much more attractive
Great window. I love the area to grow herbs
Love the window design for front window.
“1. Window frames: U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recommends vinyl, wood, fiberglass or composite. (” — katecor
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