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something else that gives it the appearance of being hung on the house. An oriel window, because it's located at an upper floor, is a terrific way to expand a second-floor bedroom or study. And by strategically placing the oriel, you can provide a covering to the first-floor entry area.
can be finished as an expansion of the floor area or with some built-in seating and cabinetry.Budget: An oriel can be a very cost-effective way to expand your home, especially if the bedrooms are small. In fact, if you have carpentry skills and some help, an oriel can be a nice little DIY project.
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