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Arch Top Window Blinds
- A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
- An archtop guitar is a steel-stringed acoustic or semi-acoustic guitar with a full body and a distinctive arched top, whose sound is particularly popular with blues and jazz players.
- One of several terms used for a variety of window units with one or more curved frame members, often used over another window or door opening. Also referred to as circle-heads, circle-tops and round-tops.
- (Arch Tops) Doors that have arched windows or other arched exterior materials that fill an arched or square doorway and give the appearance of a curved-top door. The actual framework of the door is square but can only be seen from inside the garage.
Custom Size Wood Arch 16"x20", Wood/Fauxwood Arches by Blinds.com
All Wood Arches are custom-made based on your arch opening measurements. So this is the perfect choice for eyebrow arch shaped windows. The Custom Wood Arch is constructed from MDF, a durable engineered wood product that is resistant to warping, cracking, and
breakage. It is available as a Sunburst Arch, a Slatburst Arch, a Blackout Arch and
a Movable Arch. Sunburst Arches filter soft light to enhance your arched window. Their ?" slat openings allow approximately 15% of the sunlight into your room. A unique outside flush-mount design insures a goof-proof easy installation, without brackets. The Slatburst Arch has been engineered with 1/8" angled slat openings that filter out approximately 92% of direct sunlight. They allow a minimum amount of angled light inside the room while reflecting out most of the heat. Blackout Wood Arch resembles the Sunburst Wood Arch, except the slat openings are not cut through the arch; therefore, all light is blocked. It's a great arch treatment to darken any room and provide energy efficiency. The Blackout Wood Arch may also be used above existing NON-arched windows to create the illusion and drama of today's arched window look. Now available - custom match your Wood Arch to any wood or fauxwood blind you buy from ! See the color tab for all available matching colors! Color shown in picture is Linen 6706. ---FREE SHIPPING on most products within the United States. Don't see the right size or color? Every product we sell is CUSTOM MADE to your exact size, color, and options. Click or Call toll-free 1-800-505-1905 for information and quotes. GET FREE SAMPLES TODAY!
North Gate: Royal Pavilion
I couldn't believe that I hadn't taken a photo of the West Gate and now I've found it. I downloaded McAfee 2011 on wednesday and then discovered that I'd lost a huge amount of photos. Be warned if you have Windows Live Photo Gallery, once you have edited a photo it 'disappers'. I was up until 3am trying to sort things out. Fortunatley I've retrieved my photos but I can't edit in photos WLPG unless I remove McAfee. As I got a virus last year (via flckr) I don't want to remove it, so back to photoshop.
Grade II* listed. North Gate of the Royal Pavilion and attached railings II* Gate. Dated 1832 on entablature. Architect, Joseph Good, perhaps working to designs by John Nash, for William IV. Bath and Portland stone. Copper onion dome over the gateway, the rest obscured by parapet. Tripartite composition, with tall, central portion containing the gateway flanked by 2 single-storey wings. Each part roughly square in plan. "Orientalised" Indian style. The north- and south-facing elevations are identical. In the centre an ogival diaphragm arch with scalloped intrados; at the point of the arch to the south are a crown and the Prince of Wales' feathers; a lion and a crown on the north. The entrance arch set within a shallow aedicule bordered by a cable moulding; a broad entablature above bears an inscription: W.R. IIII. A.D.MDCCCXXXII; corner octagonal piers to centre section of 2 stages, panelled in upper section and bearing Royal Heraldic symbols; top stage of each pilaster topped by a minaret; drip cornice and lotus parapet continuous around all sides, running over, in shallow relief, the corner pilasters; set back from parapet an onion dome with high finial; the returns of the centre section are blank. The single-storey wings are topped by a similar parapet, which is, however, interrupted by octagonal corner pilasters; the latter have finials in the form of tapering, fluted Tuscan columns each topped by an egg finial; aedicules in each face of the low wings have a scaled-down and blind version of the centre gate motif; each return has an ogival-arched window flanked by tall, thin rectangular light with keyhole lintels; each of these tripartite return windows has decorative glazing bars of an original early C19 design. On each interior gate return, a flat-arched door
set in ogival-arched recess is flanked by a pair of ogival-arched windows; the former has an original 3-panel door
, each panel fielded to form a 6-pointed star; the latter have sashes with decorative glazing bars of original design. The elevation of each interior return is treated as a blind, double-height ogival archway, repeating the gate motif. The ceiling of the gateway rises from scalloped pendentives to support a double-coved dome topped by a domical lantern. Double doors to Church Street, each of 8 panels and each panel fielded with a 6-pointed star. There is a pink granite drinking fountain on the north face of the east wing, of late C19 or early C20 date. Also included in this listing is an early C20 electric light fixture attached to the return of the west wing. British Listed Buildings
Courtyard of the Stables at Houghton Hall, Norfolk (c.1733-35)
The stable block, known as The Square, at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, built around 1733-35 for Sir Robert Walpole, later 1st earl of Orford. The design is attributed to William Kent, supervised by Thomas Ripley. The stables are constructed from coursed carstone with some brick on the south and west external fronts, and brick with carstone dressings in the courtyard, as seen here. There is a plinth of brick or carstone at ground-floor level, a plat-band at first-floor level, and a modillion eaves-cornice with pediments. The east and west interior facades repeat the outer ones, each with a three-bay centrepiece containing an arched and keyed doorway with rusticted and chamfered quoins. The upper storey of each centrepiece has a diocletian window and a top pediment. Each bay has either open or blind arcading at ground-floor level, and, above, casement windows, one to each bay, some of which are fixed and some that can be opened.
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This New Replacement Enclosure Net can easily be attached to the 3 arches above the trampoline. The net hooks on to the trampoline by following positions, The top of the net wraps around the top part of the arch with sleeves, The bottom of the net is attached to the springs with durable clips. Our Safety Enclosures Net, attaches to springs on the inside of the safety pad, This way is the most safety way not to get you caught in the springs. These are Very High Quality Trampoline Nets, This enclosure will fit for all brands with 14 ft. diameter trampolines with 3 arch.
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