I m looking at two of them now in a room with a 16 foot cathedral ceiling and an arch top window made of four 6 foot casements plus the 4 foot archtop.
10 ceilings with standard height windows and doors pictures.
With 9 and 10 foot ceilings it s common to use taller windows that fill the space proportionately but beware of added costs if your windows require different.
We have 9 foot ceilings.
Ceiling 8 windows 7 3 doors 6 8 the lining up of door and window heights in an otherwise traditionally detailed house seems to me a relatively recent affectation and i think it sometimes puts the windows too low or requires doors that are too tall.
Our exterior doors are 6 8 as well but they have transoms so they look taller.
Let me see if i can find pics.
This leaves a comfortable 16 inch gap between the ceiling and window top.
Ceiling 10 windows 8 6 9 doors 7 4th floor.
It s not just the height it s the bulk.
I understand what you re saying about down the road 10 being the 8 of today you could alway hedge and do 11 with 8 doors aesthetically that would look fine and you could bump area mentioned above to 12 to give a little dimension.
But in a room deeper than 12 feet that band of wall pinches the view and it s silly to keep the top of the.
Our doors are standard height but 36 wide with 4 casings.
Higher ceilings up to 12 feet are not uncommon especially in renovated loft apartments and pre war style architecture.
Window replacement is typically determined when designing the exterior of a house with the height set to the standard door height of 6 feet and 8 inches.
It used to be pretty standard.
Ten feet of height and a 84 door will make that door appear a mouse hole.
Our windows are 6 tall and start about 12 from the ceiling so there is a difference in the height of the tops of doors and windows.
It s a nice feel but adds expense in cabinetry a kitchen to look good.
I try to use 3 0 wide door where possible.
With a standard wall height of 8 feet that leaves a 16 inch gap between the top of the window and the ceiling perfectly sized for standard headers and plates and accommodating of even the biggest window trims and cornice moldings.
Most construction right now is 10 down and 9 up as standard in my area.
Narrow doors look even narrower when they are tall.
Ceilings can go beyond the industry standard to 10 and 12 feet high.
We have 10 ceilings and standard doors.
Even a nine foot ceiling is better with eight foot doors and taller window or an added transom above a standard seven foot height.
Taller doors and windows or drop the ceiling.
Matching the window and door height to the space.
With standard 8 foot walls windows most often match the top of interior doors which are 6 feet 8 inches tall.
With a standard 8 foot wall height this placement leaves a margin of 16 inches between the top of the window and the ceiling.
Standard residential door heights are 6 8 and 8 0.