lattice window


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lattice window

A window casement, fixed or hinged, with glazing bars set diagonally.
See also: French window

lattice window

A window casement, fixed or hinged, with glazing bars set diagonally.
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The kitchen oozes charm and is dominated by an upper semicircular lattice window and a full-height wooden storage unit with display areas and fitted shelves which complements the range of wood units and the fitted plate rack.
A stone carved with three blank shields can be seen over the entrance still with a large lattice window with arched stone mullions above that.
It will also be decorated with glass and Chinese traditional lattice windows.
A survivor from the 1940s, this proud mansion mixes turrets with a mock Tudor facade and lattice windows, and even bears the original owner's coat of arms.
For Bruno, Iglesias's celosias are lattice windows or portals that conduct emotional projections "that enable imaginary access into the architecture of interiority" (71).
Handpainted motifs on the walls, air-conditioning ducts that look like lattice windows, a parrot theme carried through the hotel, elevators with what look like old wooden creaking doors, a sense of space, sweeping space that makes you relax immediately.
The elegant entrance hall has a timber-panelled entrance door, stonetiled flooring, two lattice windows and exposed beam ceilings.
Red-roofed houses with white wooden lattice windows line the narrow streets nearby.
The cottage, which has pretty lattice windows and two dormers, has an 18ft sitting room with fireplace and beamed ceiling, large dining room and a 15ft galley kitchen with built-in appliances.
People buying new semis wanted their houses to have some of the architectural features of country cottages and many included weather-boarding, pebble-dash, lattice windows and fancy brickwork.