picture window


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a large window with a single pane (usually overlooking a view)

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The picture window gives splendid views of the garden.
For proof, read Picture Windows, Rosalyn Baxandall and Elizabeth Ewen's study of how the modern suburb emerged as a response to the affordable housing needs of working-class families after World War II.
My vision was a cabin in the whispering pines, a brook trout stream out back, a field of penstemon and larkspur for the dogs, and a snowy peak to fill the picture window.
A mahogany part glazed door leads to the dining room which also has polished pine flooring and a picture window overlooking the garden.
Naughty Norton" is the latest in the Pony Tales Series from Picture Window for young (level 2) readers.
Sit back and relax on a four hour journey as the English countryside glides past your picture window.
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.
Sharp New Picture Window and Classic Label Covers and New Linen Colors Offer Customers the Choices They Want
They also knocked out part of one wall and installed a large picture window so there will be cross-circulation when it and the window on the opposite wall are open.
Outside the picture window, night has fallen over a landscape bisected by a highway that curves away invitingly.
An open porch with patterned stone walling leads to a glazed door with matching side panel, opening into an enclosed porch and then into the magnificent reception hall, with a large picture window enjoying lovely views; attractively-decorated with oak panelling to the walls and complemented by matching joinery, finished with a plate rack, ornate plasterwork mouldings, cornicing and ceiling roses.
Patrons of the comfortable pub look through a large picture window at rows of growing lettuce.
Acting on her idea, Portland architect Rosalind Reed Dwight first replaced a dated picture window with a pair of French doors flanked by fixed glass.
A dining kitchen has doors leading into the gardens and there is a sitting room with picture window.
Two outstanding series from Picture Window Books provide young readers ages 5 to 9 with colorfully entertaining titles drawn from folklore.