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nicole helene designs
eclectic dining room with windows
Ideabooks2,185
Questions7
corner window - dining room ideas
windows in the kitchen. nice....window in dining trim...perfect window trim...perfect window trim!...baseboards and window trims...white flat window and base...Like the windows and floor...flat window frame casing...windows for dining area...eclectic dining room with windows
“white baseboards and trim” — bubest
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3 Reviews
Master bath with Crema Marfil marble and mirrored silk window treatment
Ideabooks2,477
Questions5
Master bath with Crema Marfil marble and mirrored silk window treatment
Window treatments....Window treatment...window treatments...kitchen window
“mirror is glued to wall and moulding is added to surround” — beachgirlaml
Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Winchester Kitchen
Ideabooks4,363
Questions7
How did you handle the back spash in the corner between the windows? Looks like the window casings meet each other with no backsplash? I'm having this
this dilemna of how to handle this right now. My windows are not quite as large, leaving about 2 1/2 inches of wall on each side in the corner. Do I just
particular application the mosaic tile runs underneath the window sil and on the left side of the window goes back up to approx. 18" high to match the height
the windows. My concern was trying to insert our 18" high backspash in that corner area. We decided to have the finish carpenter extend the window casings
they meet in the corner and the backsplash is not needed inbetween the windows, only on either side, where the tile dies into the casing. Hope it looks
“Sink” — ebr777
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
Ideabooks3,974
Questions2
operable windows. Does the smaller window add interest. Must be maintenance free
says Parker, a partner in the San Francisco firm 450 Architects, Inc. The windows at the far left of this image are the kitchen, the middle leg is a new sunroom
Colors, horizontal under window...lots of windows...Sunroom windows...Love the windows!...mulled window set...Color and windows
“garden, gravel area” — vineline
splyce design
1 Review
Russet
Ideabooks4,502
Questions2
walls to dissolve into the forest,” says Parish. He joined the dining room windows with black silicone in lieu of frames to minimize the structure. Stepping
seamless floor to ceiling windows....Window walls...wall of windows
“Windows” — Nick Rit
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Nesh and Yossi: Tel Aviv
Ideabooks2,759
Questions0
love the cutout, but maybe with a window seat
the window and the way the wall is shaped
nook office space - maybe with a pocket door but I like the key hole entry too and the window
of separation (and plenty of mystery) while still allowing light from the window to pass into the main room.
Storage room window...Keyhole window...And window...Window box...asian arch, cool windows...near the window
“Hallway nook” — rlendis
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks13,591
Questions6
to be white, as this kitchen demonstrates. The bamboo and the clerestory windows make the kitchen even lighter, plus the yellow tones on the bamboo ceiling
Floor, windows, cabinets...High ceiling windows...Great layout and windows...Slate, wood, windows...Clerestory windows...windows in ceiling...Clerestory windows for kitchen...Kitchen windows...Uplights, windows around ceiling
“kitchen” — timdunn
Robert Hawkins
Steamboat Springs Residences
Ideabooks4,179
Questions3
windows throughout entire house, one side
Expansive windows showcase the view, while the abundance of natural wood creates a warm e
Windows, railing, open to area below...windows in office so you can look...I like the frame around window...The windows...Architecture, windows...Use of wood and windows...Log cabin lots of windows...Beams & windows
“Beam rests on side beams with lighting above” — susanrc
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