15,077 wrought iron windows and doors Home Design Photos

FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks6,575
Questions8
Beautiful space! Can you tell me if the floors, doors, ceiling and trim are the same color? Thanks
have designed with the tab pulls: http://www.houzz.com/projects/51221/Custom-Wood-Cabinet-Panels PS the tab pulls require a router cut in the cabinet door or drawer in order to make the tab pull flush.
“island design” — cmedress
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Puuiki Hill
Ideabooks858
Questions5
wrought iron headboard
iron headboard...sliding glass door
“Love the painting!” — jkate17
Powell/Kleinschmidt, Inc.
mies apartment
Ideabooks1,934
Questions4
Thanks! Slightly ironic that it's priced at $8K at a place called "Design Within Reach."
low sofas with mattress near windows
backless ottoman on window side of furniture arrangement
furniture in front of the window.
Ceiling to floor windows, a lot of light
Sliding doors, lwo seating
window to ceiling ratio
Window ideas for condo
daybed by window...Like windows
“java table” — jimtrish247
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks8,237
Questions7
Love this bathroom, but no windows.
I love this bathroom. Any suggestions if you don't have windows in the bathroom. Trim as if the windows were there, but insert framed art work with paint behind the frames on the wall, maybe? Thanks.
Great question. I think the best way to create the illusion of light or a window is to mount a mirror over the tub. A mirror casts similar light and makes a room feel more spacious. A great option if there are no windows. Also, look into the possibility of installing a skylight. These really do let
mirror mounted over a tub... http://www.houzz.com/photos/384667/Pacific-Heights-Home-Bathroom-contemporary-bathroom-san-francisco This bathroom has no windows and gets all its light from a single skylight. http://www.houzz.com/photos/679613/Charmean-Neithart-Interiors--LLC--eclectic-bedroom-los-angeles Hope
“Black and white color scheme with fabric light fixture” — marthamwhite
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks5,285
Questions2
This photo was made in Israel .the profile used for the windows is very common in Israel and it is called "Belgium Profile" originally made from iron. Today also imitated in Alluminum by the "klil" company.
Floor to ceiling windows (outdoor living space too)
Love, love, love the windows. So much light
“deck color” — gwenlawrence
McRae Lambert & Dunn
6 Reviews
Anaheim Hills
Ideabooks371
Questions0
WROUGHT IRON OVER SMALL WINDOWS
ironwork for stair windows
iron window
“bench” — medleginc
Authentic Designs & Remodeling Inc.
1 Review
Home Remodel
Ideabooks101
Questions0
These wire designs on the windows are fabulous....
Table with iron stretchers, wood tone
Wrought Iron on windows...so cool!
Window art
“Bed” — padalele
Aiken House & Gardens
Carolyn Aiken
Ideabooks20,874
Questions7
this isn’t necessarily attached to the house? Maybe it’s out on the “back 40,” down a winding trail and beside a pond … or even 20 feet from the back door but screened by trees or foliage (I’m picturing climbing roses). Somehow that distance and privacy add a bit of mystery and adventure. Note: If your
clematis at the back door on a trellis
this isn’t necessarily attached to the house? Maybe it’s out on the “back 40,” down a winding trail and beside a pond … or even 20 feet from the back door but screened by trees or foliage (I’m picturing climbing roses). Somehow that distance and privacy add a bit of mystery and adventure.
Not all decoration has to hung on a wall. This cottage-style dining area is complete with a trellis, climbing vines, flower arrangements, wrought iron chairs and crisp white linens. I see a Sunday afternoon tea with ladies of distinction in this romantic setting.
“pergola and clamatis” — dcharuhas
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