Window casing

Window casing

The finished frame surrounding a window; the visible frame; usually consisting of wood, metal, or stone.

window casing

The finished frame surrounding a window; the visible frame.
References in classic literature ?
The upright white hewn studs and freshly planed door and window casings gave it a clean and airy look, especially in the morning, when its timbers were saturated with dew, so that I fancied that by noon some sweet gum would exude from them.
Drop the ceiling over the window seat to slightly above the window casing, and include overhead lighting within the overhead window seat soffit and you will have a gem of a space to sit or read with your toddler.
A dark-gray underlying quadrilateral space encloses this painted arrangement, and the hazy appearance of white window casing above it clarifies that the work's photographic foundation documents an open window frame.
Poison failed to reduce the numbers attacking me every time I approached the window casing.
Determine whether you want the interior storm window to fit inside the existing window casing or on top of it.
Other special rods are spring pressure and sash rods Strong springs hold the adjustable tension rods in place when they must be mounted inside the window casing or when screws cannot be used to hold brackets.
On insert units, exterior stop covers provide a clean transition from new window to old window casing.
Fitted flush, with runners built into the window casing, there are no gaps at the sides to allow light to seep in around the blinds.
Plinth blocks: Victorian-themed transition molding element used at the base of door and window casing or in fireplace mantles.
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Actually, thanks to earlier efforts by the termites, I could have removed the first window casing with nothing more than a fingernail file.
Measure distance from outer edge to outer edge of flat window casing molding, or for dorm-shell or ranch type molding from points where moldings begin to slope.