24 Inch Wx10 Inch H Seashells Window Windows
I like that these windows can be mixed together in multiple numbers to create non-traditional bay or bow windows. This really allows you to create a unique architectural and design feature in your home while flooding the space with light.
The flower pattern in the middle of this stained glass is set off perfectly by a border of geometric rectangles.
This window is perfect for an unobstructed view when your bedroom overlooks the Pacific, but it's more likely appropriate when it's time to replace the builder-grade materials with long-lasting beauty.
This stained glass porthole window adds a unique architectural feature and needs no color to be interesting.
This craftsman style window has beautiful geometric shapes and subtle color accents. It's a great way to add interest above book cases or in hallways and entry ways.
We know contractors who recommend Jeld-Wen, so I'm sure their windows are good. But what I especially like about this style is that it's double-hung, so you can open it from the top or the bottom.
Fancy a porthole on a door? Here's a chance to create your own! This Dinky Porthole comes in kit format with DIY instructions for fitting it.
Dinky Porthole for Doors
Sometimes just a small splash of color is enough to really make a space pop. I like how these windows are glazed for privacy but also have swoops of color that catch the light and really bring it into the room without overpowering.
The patterns on this window are absolutely beautiful. I like how the middle feels like a series of swirls grouped around the center glass.
I've always fantasized about having an authentic piece of old French architecture incorporated into my house. I like to imagine that a feature with such a rich history would imbue my own house with some enchanting qualities.
I love the vibrant colors and design on this traditional stained glass art piece. The bright floral pattern in the middle is nicely complimented by the geometric border.
This glass block window was used to add privacy on the side of the home and to let in the maximum amount of light.
This bathroom features wood double hung windows manufactured by Dynamic Architectural Windows & Doors. This authentic vertical slider has no vinyl or plastic jamb liners, no jamb inserts to conceal inferior materials and construction, and no visible plastic or metal fasteners to mar the clean...
This glass block window was used as a transom to let light in while maintaining privacy (since the window was on the side of the house in a subdivision).
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