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Trending on Remodelista: A Window with a View

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Trending on Remodelista: A Window with a View

September 24, 2021

It helps to have some pretty plants to look at while doing the dishes or some other mundane activity, don’t you think? Here are some windows with a view over on Remodelista this week.

Above: The view from this kitchen sink has been bisected by a row of houseplants. See the rest of this warm, charming home in The Joy of Discovery: At Home with British Dealer/Decorator Max Rollitt. Photograph by Christopher Horwood.
An entire glass wall in the kitchen of this Mexican home offers a generous view of the courtyard patio. Photograph by Apertura Arquitectónica, courtesy of Taller Estilo Arquitectura, from Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida.
Above: An entire glass wall in the kitchen of this Mexican home offers a generous view of the courtyard patio. Photograph by Apertura Arquitectónica, courtesy of Taller Estilo Arquitectura, from Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida.
Another beautifully framed view in the same home. Photograph by Apertura Arquitectónica, courtesy of Taller Estilo Arquitectura, from Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida.
Above: Another beautifully framed view in the same home. Photograph by Apertura Arquitectónica, courtesy of Taller Estilo Arquitectura, from Casa Cool: A Couple’s Secret Sanctuary in Mexico’s Colonial City of Mérida.

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