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