Hence terms like "six over six," referring to how many divisions (pieces of glass) were in each sash. For example, the window shown here is referred to as an "eight over 12."Also, some of these windows have an inoperable top sash; these are referred to as single-hung windows. And there are windows
In terms of designing around your child's office, you don't want it to be too boring. You want them to like working here. Let them choose the things that go on and around their desk. The only rule should be that they don't have things like video games or cell phones here.
dime in terms of space for a home office that will have to double duty at a guestroom, and this is just the ticket. Once I substitute the toys for files and create some additional storage for books I think this will handle the home office part leaving plenty of space for a bed and linens storage.