886 windowsill Home Design Photos

Raad Studio
NoHo Duplex
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Can build in storage above and around radiators. "Raad deepened the windowsill in the master bedroom, too, and designed custom storage to cover the steam radiator."
radiator covered with long rows of drawers and deeper windowsill.
Raad deepened the windowsill in the master bedroom too, and designed custom storage to cover the steam radiator.
I love deep windowsills and integrated storage.
Bedroom with extended windowsill plus exposed ceiling pipes
Deepened windowsill tied in with storage
Raad deepened the windowsill in the master bedroom too, and designed custom
Raad deepened the windowsill in the master bedroom too, and designed custom storage to cover the steam radiator.
Raad deepened the windowsill in the master bedroom, too, and designed custom storage to cover the steam radiator.
“KLEURE” — Ellipsis Architecture
revitalized habitats
Verde Butterfly
Ideabooks981
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make windowsill out of counter back splash left over
Windowsill out of countertop material
Granite on windowsill
Windowsill granite
“granite” — stephfenton
Jill Asher
Finishing Touches- Junior League of Palo Alto-Mid Peninsula Holiday House Tour
Ideabooks1,003
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The nutcracker dolls on the windowsill.
table and windowsills
Garland in windowsill
“Christmas table decor” — ddcaffey
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
Exclusive dealer for Clive Christian, British Luxury Interiors. Full Service Interior Design firm specializing in Kitchens and Custom Cabinetry.
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Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Union Park Penthouse Bar
Ideabooks2,490
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WINDOWSILLS AND TRIM UNDERNEATH
“Emperador Dark” — sarahdterrell
CapeRace Cultural Adventures
EJ Sooley House, Heart's Delight Newfoundland
Ideabooks471
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Create windowsill vignettes. Sometimes the tiniest details can make a huge difference in the way a room looks and feels
Create windowsill vignettes. Sometimes the tiniest
Create windowsill vignettes. Sometimes the tiniest details can make a huge difference in the way a room looks and feels. In the bathroom try swapping out
Create windowsill vignettes. Sometimes the tiniest details can make a huge difference in the way a room looks and feels. In the bathroom try swapping out your standard
flowers into the bathroom you will be amazed at the difference it makes. Try tucking a bud vase onto the windowsill or sink and you will be cheered up each time you see it.
13. Create windowsill vignettes. Sometimes the tiniest details can make a huge difference in the way a room looks and feels. In
“White” — Khitam Osc
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks4,400
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bedroom is "a room with a bed in it, and it functions quite well," declares Horowitz. It was designed for a bed to fit into the corner, with a deep windowsill on the left designed to serve as a bedside table. The result is a cozy room with wonderful views.
that view to wake up to, I might look forward to the alarm's going off. (Well, OK, not really. But it's a nice thought.) Place your alarm clock on a windowsill or in front of a favorite piece of art — something that stimulates those half-open eyes.
bedroom is "a room with a bed in it, and it functions quite well," declares Horowitz. It was designed for a bed to fit into the corner, with a deep windowsill on the left designed to serve as a bedside table. The result is a cozy room with wonderful views.
“Bed” — Shawnte Tate
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks1,799
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Deep Windowsill decor - hanging plants instead of shelves
How to do windowsill
Soapstone windowsill
“Faucet style” — wgastineau
Small Gardens
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much sunny space for potted plants, and this windowsill was one of the few spaces she could spare. "Living in a condo, you need to look for plants in small sizes and types that don't grow very fast," she says. "I guess that was my philosophy for my windowsill garden: small plants in small pots." Above
Name: Afsaneh TajvidiLocation: Toronto, OntarioGarden size: A windowsillAfsaneh Tajvidi's Toronto condo doesn't have much sunny space for potted plants, and this windowsill was one of the few spaces she could spare. "Living in a condo, you need to look for plants in small sizes and types that don't grow
grow very fast," she says. "I guess that was my philosophy for my windowsill garden: small plants in small pots." Above is a shot of her garden in January, where it still gets plenty of sunshine in the middle of the winter.
“Mini plants” — vilzimra
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