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My pics of Pella Window wall. Ideas/pics of how to trim this out?

Posted by remodelzombie (My Page) on
Tue, May 26, 09 at 10:58

I can't believe I finally figured out how to post pics!! Please, I need some help. I'm posting this on other forums also.

Sorry, these are older pics (& not the best). We are getting ready to drywall soon and I need some advice.

These windows are 22 feet high. The window on the lower right is actually an 8 foot height sliding french door. My contractor decided to put the left set of windows equal distant from the left wall and the Log post in the center (between the 2 sets of windows). I originally wanted to keep the log, but now I think it looks off-balanced. Seems the two sets should have been equal distant from the Log post in the center. I hope I'm making sense.

Anyway, nothing I can do now. I'm thinking we should trim out this entire wall with wood and build out over the log so it won't look off center.

Comments and ideas would be greatly appreciated. Anyone have trim pics of their wood window walls?


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