Window Designs and Photos of 22 Walls of Windows For New Homes in NC
More natural light and outdoor views are one of the top reasons homebuyers choose to build a custom home. Take a look at some examples, from Stanton Homes:
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#1 Wall of Windows - Two story wall of solid glass
This massive wall of windows is set in wood framed sections bolstered by steel commercial structure. The bottom windows open. Flooring is wood-look tile. A stone wrap surrounds the window wall. Beams overhead complete the design. This viewpoint is from a balcony overlook.
#2 Wall of Windows - Gathering Areas
This photo illustrates two walls of windows, stretching across this Great Room and Breakfast Room within full view from the Kitchen. The Kitchen Island here is the center point for gathering, with the fireplace to the right with a floor to ceiling tile surround another focal point.
#3 Wall of Windows - Country Estate
There are multiple walls of windows in this 3 story Country Estate home. Natural light influence is a big part of this custom home design, including double sliding glass doors leading to the upper deck.
#4 Wall of Windows - Main Living Areas
This is another great example of wrapping the Great Room and Breakfast Room in walls of windows within view of the Kitchen. The natural light that streams in through all this glass makes all of the main floor gathering areas brighter.
#5 Wall of Windows - Master Suite Retreat
This Master Suite Retreat takes advantage of the views, with walls of windows across the Bedroom Suite and Sitting Room. The wall color has a natural tone, following the theme of reflecting nature. Hardwoods are solid oak flooring.
#6 Wall of Windows - Castle rotunda
This all-brick custom home has a wall of windows across the tower rotunda in the back. As you can see in this photo, there are a lot of other big windows that further expand the classic elegance of this estate home.
#7 Wall of Windows - Library
These bookcases are built within a wall of windows, so that this Library can be filled with light and wonder. What a great way to enjoy a good book - with wide open views on all sides.
#8 Wall of Windows - To the Rooftop
These Walls of Windows take advantage of spectacular views. The Great Room is filled to the ceiling with windows, which keeps on going across the entire back of the home with more picture windows and glass doors. Natural light, and all the sights.
#9 Wall of Windows - Transoms
The transoms tucked over the top of windows in the Great Room provide a wall of windows up to the 9 foot ceiling. More glass windows and a door to the Screen Porch extend the sunshine.
#10 Wall of Windows - One Room to the Next
The Wall of Windows in this Great Room rise to the 11 foot ceiling with transoms. Adjacent, the wall of windows in the Breakfast Room rise to a 9 foot ceiling. Stonework denotes a formal area. Changing shades of paint provide room definition.
#11 Wall of Windows - Double Sliding Glass Doors
These double sliding glass doors take the place of windows, with a welcoming transition for indoor/outdoor living. The overall effect is like a Wall of Windows, with increased natural light as well as easy access.
#12 Wall of Windows - Sun Room
What could be more fitting for a Wall of Windows than a Sun Room? Soak it up, with windows all the way around the entire room, including glass French Doors leading into the Sun Room from the Great Room. Top it off with these sunny yellow walls!
#13 Wall of Windows - Two Stories and a Curve
This curved Wall of Windows is stunning. Subtle rounding of the wall adds elegance. The massive amount of glass bathes all the main gathering areas of the home with natural light. Sculpted columns nearby are exclamation points for this work of art.
#14 Wall of Windows - on an Accent Wall
This simple approach to a Wall of Windows with transoms over the top of picture windows is enhanced with the ribbon of color in its accent wall, which draws the eye around the corner as the sky blue wall wraps around more big windows.
#15 Wall of Windows - Estate Home
This custom estate home has so many walls of windows it required commercial framing. The intent was views from every portion of the home, and an endless array of natural lighting. All goals are a success.
#16 Wall of Windows - Subtle Curve with Big Impact
The subtle curve in this Wall of Windows tucked into an alcove adds interest to the Great Room. A touch of color to the walls pulls the the rest of the room together. Custom cutouts allow for future cabinetry, at the homeowner's request.
#17 Wall of Windows - Enhancing Outdoor Living
Another example of a curved Wall of Windows. Everyone enjoying the outdoor setting on the deck can feel connected to what's happening inside, with windows setting the tone for indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Great views don't just happen in one direction.
#18 Wall of Windows - 2 Story Cedar Wrapped Picture Windows
These huge picture windows make a bold statement - 2 stories high. Cedar framing is replicated on the fireplace and Kitchen, as part of the custom designed theme for this home. Stacked rock surround and solid oak hardwood flooring complete the room.
#19 Wall of Windows - Capturing Light through the Screen Porch
When Great Room windows have a Screen Porch on the other side, an 11 foot ceiling allows for more light to shine through, with transoms, like this Wall of Windows framing the fireplace. It also expands the open floor plan feel.
#20 Wall of Windows - Reflecting the Roofline
The massive Wall of Windows on this new home in NC emphasizes the roofline, with custom windows shaped to follow the architectural design. The walk-out basement beneath also emphasizes the appeal of natural light.
#22 Wall of Windows - Master Suite
The Wall of Windows in this Master Suite provides a light and airy feel to the room. The double trey ceiling above extends that openness. Glass French Doors to the private deck and Screen Porch beyond add even more access to outdoors.
#22 Wall of Windows - Doors and Windows Everywhere
The Wall of Windows in the eating area beyond this Kitchen are brighter with transoms. And take a look at how glass doors and picture windows are heightened by curved windows above, for a formal look to the transition of indoor/outdoor living.
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