Window Well Designs & Ideas

Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Markay Johnson Construction
Named for its enduring beauty and timeless architecture – Magnolia is an East Coast Hampton Traditional design. Boasting a main foyer that offers a stunning custom built wall paneled system that wraps into the framed openings of the formal dining and living spaces. Attention is drawn to the fine tile and granite selections with open faced nailed wood flooring, and beautiful furnishings. This Magnolia, a Markay Johnson crafted masterpiece, is inviting in its qualities, comfort of living, and finest of details. Builder: Markay Johnson Construction Architect: John Stewart Architects Designer: KFR Design
Spring Parade 2012
Spring Parade 2012
Green Apple Design
This home has so many creative, fun and unexpected pops of incredible in every room! Our home owner is super artistic and creative, She and her husband have been planning this home for 3 years. It was so much fun to work on and to create such a unique home!
Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill
Thorsen Construction
Thorsen Construction is an award-winning general contractor focusing on luxury renovations, additions and new homes in Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. In every instance, Thorsen partners with architects and homeowners to deliver an exceptional, turn-key construction experience. For more information, please visit our website at www.thorsenconstruction.us .
York Living Room
York Living Room
Marcye Philbrook
A light and airy perspective in a home that has low ceilings and limited natural light. Colors and mirrors were chosen to expand the walls and bring in the sun. Photo by Siriphoto.com
Classical Kitchen
Classical Kitchen
Pickell Architecture
Photo Credit - Katrina Mojzesz topkatphoto.com Interior Design - Katja van der Loo Papyrus Home Design papyrushomedesign.com Homeowner & Design Director - Sue Walter, subeeskitchen.com
Stone Window Well Sheds Light into Basement
Stone Window Well Sheds Light into Basement
Orren Pickell Building Group
http://www.pickellbuilders.com. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan. Stone Window Well Sheds Light into Basement.
New French Country
New French Country
Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
James Kruger, LandMark Photography Interior Design: Martha O'Hara Interiors Architect: Sharratt Design & Company
Quantum Windows & Doors | McElroy Architecture
Quantum Windows & Doors | McElroy Architecture
Quantum Windows & Doors
Paul Dyer Photography: Situated on a San Francisco hilltop, this 100 year old bungalow received a complete renovation by McElroy Architecture. Opening up to the panoramic views are expansive sliding doors on each level. Quantum’s Lift & Slide doors are equipped with stainless steel carriage systems in aluminum dark bronze, euro black weather-stripping, bronze anodized sill track and head guide finish, and oil rubbed bronze levers and flush pulls. Our Hinged doors were installed with full mortise butt hinges finished in dark oil rubbed bronze, and sills featuring 6” legs beyond side jambs. The Signature Series push-out sash windows feature handle and strike hardware in oil rubbed bronze finish, bronze weather-stripping and four bar stainless steel friction hinges. The French casement windows have flush bolts mounted to floating astragal in a dark oil rubbed bronze finish. The home also incorporates Euro Series fixed panels coupled with a special angled Signature Series transom. Furthermore, we find throughout the project, obscure glazing specified as acid-etched satin translucent. The project’s windows and doors are made of Douglas Fir, with Sapele door sills, interior rectangular sticking and exterior beveled glazing stops.