Window Box

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A planter box attached below a window usually with hidden brackets or corbels.

Window Box2017-03-16T13:14:08+00:00

Wainscoting

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The lower section of an interior wall when finished differently from the remainder of the wall. Wainscoting typically is between 30” to 60” high.

Wainscoting2017-03-16T13:14:02+00:00

Transom Window

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Any small window over a door or another window, often containing stained or leaded glass.

Transom Window2017-03-16T13:07:47+00:00

Shoe Molding

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A small finish trim board that trims the bottom of a baseboard to the floor.

Shoe Molding2017-03-16T13:01:15+00:00

Sidelight

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A narrow and tall window located immediately adjacent to a door. Commonly found on exterior entrance doors, but also used in the interior of buildings for visual effect or where additional light is needed. Also: Transom Window

Sidelight2017-03-16T13:01:41+00:00

Sill

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A horizontal member that trims the bottom of a window or wall opening.

Sill2017-03-16T13:01:45+00:00

Sash

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A single window frame containing one or more lights of glass.  For example, a double hung window contains two moveable sashes; an upper sash and a lower sash. Also: Mullion, Muntin

Sash2017-03-16T12:58:02+00:00

Palladian Window

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A large window that is divided into three parts; the center section is wider than the side sections and the top of it is arched.

Palladian Window2017-03-16T12:45:50+00:00

Picture Rail

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A continuous narrow piece of wood which is fixed around a room just below the ceiling. Pictures can be hung from it using string and hooks.  

Picture Rail2017-03-16T12:45:01+00:00

Oriel Window

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A style of bay window on a building that projects from the wall, but does not reach to the ground. Usually found on upper floors and often supported by corbel brackets. A common element of Tudor style architecture.

Oriel Window2017-03-15T21:25:34+00:00
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