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

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The impressive master suite has a vaulted ceiling and apex glass picture window that overlooks the rear gardens.
ceilings, open floor plans, picture windows and panel oak flooring.
It sits in front of the store's wall of picture windows, making it easy for visitors to look at the displays at any time of day or night.
Picture windows offer splendid views across the city and a light oak front entrance door with security eye hole leads to an L-shaped main hall with impressive wood flooring.
The 300 Series architectural and picture windows are one of the largest hurricane impact tested products in the industry.
Consider installing picture windows to fill rooms with light and give panoramic views of the outdoors.
The newly-fitted (top of the range) kitchen is superbly equipped and fitted and leads through to the breakfast room with curved picture windows and pyramid roof light.
Sunshine was streaming through the picture windows into Kimm Marshall's living room and the sky was a crisp blue, a rare treat for valley-bound Oregonians in December.
His decision to use silhouettes of flying birds--those black decals that are stuck on big picture windows to prevent birds from crashing into them--as a wallpaper print is telling: Surfaces can serve blindness and vision; images, decoration and destiny.
Living and Dining Area: A truly impressive living area with floor-to-ceiling picture windows enjoying panoramic views across Cardiff city and towards open countryside, double glazed doors leading to enclosed balcony, wall mounted electric slimline radiators, in contemporary open-plan arrangement with.
In the week of January 19, 2003, hundreds of onlookers gathered at two nearby residences in Beauval to view two separate images on the front picture windows of the homes; this began on Monday, January 6.
of Toledo, OH, a manufacturer of a flexible system of picture windows.
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.
We, however, remain true believers in an ever widening circle of fascination, while the weather outside our picture windows grows louder like a judgment we always secretly expected.
Jan Van Dyke's dancers projected her choreography to a mass audience between innings at a sports arena, and Maida Withers's students performed in the Marvin Center's many picture windows for observers out on the street.