But come on, just imagine your friends' faces as they arrive for your housewarming party and walk into your living room, then into that oriel window
with a room between for secretarial staff who (significantly perhaps) do not enjoy an oriel window
There is a split landing to the first bedroom and bathroom, and on the first floor, there is a bedroom and second lounge with oriel window
Its Great Hall is an outstanding example of late 14th to early 15th century building and boasts a truss roof, wood carvings, corbels of grotesque design, an oriel window
, minstrel's gallery and intriguing tapestry woven in France.
The former Victorian chapel has four bedrooms on the ground floor and above, a huge living room with exposed timbers, pine skirting boards and a large oriel window
Other reception rooms include the first floor sitting room with beautiful oriel window
, dining room, ground floor sitting room, library, main kitchen/ family room and second kitchen.
Designer Max Jones has created a clever set which doubles as railway station, prison yard, convent and royal court, with a cast-iron oriel window
throwing changing reflections onto the stage.
It's a two- bedroom flat on the top floor with lots of character - beams, an oriel window
, large lounge and ceilings 13ft high.
There is an oriel window
above the panelled front door and two pretty windows either side.
The ground floor, two-bedroom show apartment has been interior styled in cream and grey, maximising the development's contemporary assets of light and space and emphasising the open plan reception room which features an Oriel window
overlooking Pembroke Castle.
It has a contemporary style with ebony and cream decor but also has traditional touches, such as a stunning oriel window
in the lounge.
The drawing room is a lovely light room with an oriel window
which looks out over the gardens and has spectacular views across Ironbridge Gorge.