bow window

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Synonyms for bow window

a window that sticks out from the outside wall of a house

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BRAVERY: The presentation to Donald Munro in November, 1961 (Kirklees ref: ke15688, Examiner ref: 61-3785); HOT FOOD: Mr Helliwell Stake the bow window of his Briggate shop in May, 1954 (Kirklees ref: ke24410, Examiner ref: 54-2719); LABOLOGY: William Francis of Garden Road in July, 1962 with his collection of beer bottle labels.
Renewal by Andersen windows feature a sleek design and rounded profiles, making them one of the industry's most attractive window lines, with numerous window options to choose from, including double-hung, casement, awning, gliding, picture, bay and bow window types.
In the through lounge there is a fireplace with pine surround, marble back and hearth and a bow window overlooking the front with views of the close.
Both the elegant drawing room and dining room have high ceilings, bow window seats and feature fireplaces.
It has a bow window to the front, coving to ceiling and a storage cupboard.
The premises, which have an attractive bow window to the front, cover an overall floor area of 297 sq ft (27.
There are two bedrooms in the flat, the master bedroom having a huge bow window overlooking the idyllic rear garden through sweeping curtains of white muslin.
The living space includes a study/of-fice, dining room with large bow window overlooking the back gardens and a fine drawing room with views to two sides, a central marble fireplace surround with a gas coal effect fire and French doors to the terrace.
Off this is a lounge with bow window to front, anAdams style fireplace, stone effect back and hearth with gas fire.
Perhaps the crowning achievement inside the house is the great hall with its full height bow window, raised oak floor and pannelled ceiling, trusses and beams.
Inside the Arts and Crafts style reception hall has panelling to the walls, fireplace with wooden mantle and surround and original bow window with leaded light coloured insets.
There is a lounge/dining room with a bow window to the front offering beautiful views and French doors leading to the front, a fitted kitchen and a family bathroom.
There is a large lounge/dining room which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beam, a bow window with view to the front and patio doors giving access to the rear garden.
A bow window in the drawing room is positioned to make full use of the views over the blue sweep of Plas Uchaf reservoir and on to Snowdonia's mountains.