Window Jamb

Window Jamb

On a window that the jambs are the vertical structural elements (articles) of the overall frame. They’re about the left and right surfaces of the window frame. Chris Hill The jamb could be detailed or simple. Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture These jambs, in addition to the remainder of the window frame’s bits, are extended to create a deeper look. Karen Joy Interiors Window jambs are often barely visible. See related

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City View: Nashville Design Finds Its Particular

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Borrow Garden Ideas From Springtime in Paris

Borrow Garden Ideas From Springtime in Paris

A sigh can be elicited by the thought of spring in Paris. The blend of fantastic architecture, history and outrageously good food makes Paris one of the most alluring destinations on earth, and garden fans who visit the “City of Light” in spring may enjoy expansive displays from the city’s many parks and public gardens. In the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank to the hip and trendy Marais near the Bastille, it is entirely possible to spend a week…

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8 Houseplants You Can Not Kill

8 Houseplants You Can Not Kill

Well, I guess I am not really telling the truth. You may really inadvertently kill these houseplants — but only in the event that you love them to death. Therefore, if you’re among those gardeners that say, “I can not grow houseplants; I always kill them,” have a look at these eight nearly bulletproof alternatives, have a deep breath and do it. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design 1. Ferns. That I really like this family of plants, with their lush green…

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50 Dog Photos Worth a Wag

50 Dog Photos Worth a Wag

We asked for your best pictures of your dogs in design, and the graphics are all still galloping in like unleashed corgis. As of the writing, you have shared over 640 great photos and stories, each one a treasure. Here are 50, the most we can show at the same time. They’re your beloved dogs at home, at the job site, in the studio, keeping you safe, becoming in your photo shoots and, even when you must be split, waiting,…

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Fantastic Native Plant: Pasque Flower

Fantastic Native Plant: Pasque Flower

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The Molecular Structure of Design

The Molecular Structure of Design

Brick terms such as “modern,” “layout” and “order” mean unique things to different individuals, so let’s break them down to their basic components. Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Jody Brown Architecture, pllc I believe this might be closest to a haiku. Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Clearly that all-glass shower was a mistake. Jody Brown Architecture, pllc Jody Brown Architecture, pllc I might be looking at…

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Kitchen of the Week: Drab and Dysfunctional to Radiant in Minnesota

Kitchen of the Week: Drab and Dysfunctional to Radiant in Minnesota

An outdated kitchen might be bearable, but a dysfunctional kitchen is a whole other story. With this Minnesota family, the previous finishes weren’t ideal, but the absence of a job triangle, the inadequate lighting and a missing dishwasher needed to be fixed soon. Designers Jen Ziemer and Andrea Dixon solved these problems in a kitchen remodel that additional storage and workspace while upgrading the material palette in a fresh but standard style. Kitchen at a GlanceWho lives here: A few…

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Picture This: Your Digital Photos Deserve Frames Too

Picture This: Your Digital Photos Deserve Frames Too

Nearly every home and workplace has framed pictures of loved ones exhibited. It is wonderful, as they serve as constant reminders of good times with family and friends. It feels like framed pictures have existed forever. In fact, the practice is new and constantly evolving. Before the widespread use of customer cameras 100 years ago, and before the widespread use of professional cameras 200 years ago, paintings, drawings and etchings of relations were largely for aristocrats and royalty. Color photos…

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Small Wonders: Get More of Everything With a Bay Window

Small Wonders: Get More of Everything With a Bay Window

Sure, the USA is a country that’s big on scale and massive gestures. However, I must mention I love small moves that make a large difference. At times it’s as simple as changing a colour. Occasionally it’s incorporating a strategically positioned window or removing a badly positioned wall. One of the best small moves is incorporating a bay window to a space. Whether it is a box bay, an angled bay, a walk-out bay or a bay with a window…

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