window lead

window lead

A slender bar or rod of lead, cast with grooves to receive the glass in a window.
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From the hall, a staircase leads to the half landing, where a door and floor to ceiling picture window lead outside to wide decked steps down to the rear terrace and garden.
A bay window leads out to a railed balcony that looks out over the garden.
Offers A staircase with stained glass window leads to the first floor
When fast-growing Banelt/Filo Design/Build Remodeling formed an exteriors division to consolidate roofing, siding, window, and gutter jobs, the company was able to feed its new division window leads (manager Mark Fennema estimates windows are 20% of volume) partly by piggy-backing on Bartelt/Filo marketing but also by being listed as a recommended window installer on the Marvin Windows Web site.
A front door with stained glass window leads into a fine hallway with spindle staircase and patterned encaustic floor tiles.
An arched window leads to a small home office, while French doors lead to the conservatory.
Upstairs, a landing with feature window leads to a family bathroom fitted with a white suite and heated towel rail, and four bedrooms - all of which enjoy built-in wardrobes.
A gallery landing with stained glass leaded light window leads to the five bedrooms on the first floor.
A generous stairway which is lit by an arched window leads up to the first floor.
A door with a pretty stained glass window leads from this room through to the kitchen.
A beautiful Victorian staircase with stained glass window leads to the first floor where there are four large bedrooms, two with en suite facilities.
A leaded and stained glass window leads into the lounge with its original style door and living flame gas fire - there's a sense of welcome in this property.