Divided light

Divided light

Window in which the glass is divided into several smaller panes.

divided light

Glass in a window or glazed door that is divided into smaller panes by secondary framing members; see muntin.
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Situated on the 19th floor this one bedroom has five windows, a foyer, extra-wide living room, windowed kitchen currently separated by a divided light original door.
Giles said the L college will restore some Of the work, such as the divided light windows and wooden doors.
Solum said he likes Pella Architect Series windows and doors for their interesting features, like their attractive simulated divided light grilles and the integrated or hidden crank handles.
Talk of a divided Light Blues dressing-room was believed to be the cause of Paul Le Guen's downfall last season.
But it's his work for Pink Floyd for which he is best known, designing such memorable images as a flying pig (Animals), a flaming businessman (Wish You Were Here), divided light (Dark Side Of The Moon) and a beach of full of beds (A Momentary Lapse of Reason).
French doors in a home, either single-light or divided light, are sure to be mentioned in any real estate advertising.
God saw that light was good, and God divided light from the darkness.
Ryland's new sales centers are designed with an open storefront approach, contrasting the divided light windows and doors of typical model home garage conversions.
high ceilings and full height divided light window.
Interior divided light grille options are available for all Window Enterprises(R) window products.
New divided light vinyl windows installed throughout were uniform with the style and also energy efficient.
Andersen also offers a broad selection of divided light grilles and grille options for most of its products for increased design flexibility.