Where a simple row of windows would do the trick, this huge window goes almost from floor to ceiling, becoming a central feature of the room.
A view beyond this narrow galley keeps the space from feeling cramped. The window at the end is like letting a cork out of a bottle.
Where the one window is amazing, an added smaller window above lets in more light throughout.
Not only does this glass wall let in beautiful natural light, but it adds a delicate balance to the stark geometrics and mixed materials throughout.
Take notes on how letting the light fully in adds an indirect glow to an entire space. Down with mini blinds! Down with dark unopenable curtains!
You could look out on Aspen through ugly windows and still be excited, but I love how windows make up the entire exterior wall — and how the segmentation reinforces the larger shape.
This corner becomes illuminated with nostalgic light. The windows appear disproportionately tall in such a small room, and that is what makes it all fabulous.
Where bathroom windows can often be forgotten, this bathroom shows how natural light and fresh air can add to the zen of the space.
This dark dining room works because of the windows surrounding it and mirrors to disperse its natural light.
Windows occupy this entire wall and create the illusion of more space in this narrow bedroom. Dark curtains wait at the flanks to shut out the light when needed.
Spanning windows connect the inner world to the outer world and can make your space seem larger as it merges with nature.