sash window

NOUN
  1. a window with (usually two) sashes that slide vertically to let in air
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How To Use sash window In A Sentence

  • In typical Victorian style, each house has two interconnecting reception rooms at hall level, both with original shuttered sash windows and folding double doors.
  • For instance, in a terrace of houses it would be important to retain the original rendering on the walls and keep the sliding sash windows and front railing, because these features affect the whole ensemble.
  • On three floors, a curving stone staircase leads from the hall to the first floor where the principal bedroom has an elegant bay of arched sash windows.
  • Beyond the pedimented front door and sash windows lie more gorgeous touches, including a mahogany staircase and panelled shutters. Times, Sunday Times
  • The large sash windows of his 100-year-old home were fitted with bolts, and a mortise lock and a spy hole were fitted in his front door.
  • The high ceilings and large sash windows give all rooms a light and airy feel. Times, Sunday Times
  • The original sash windows are in perfect working condition, the original wooden window panelling and doors remain and the main rooms have cornices and ceiling roses.
  • Add hand-split roof shakes to create a rough-hewn country character; add double-hung, divided-light sash windows to create a more traditional look.
  • It has a drawing room with floor-to-ceiling sash windows, four bedrooms upstairs and a downstairs guest suite that opens onto the gardens. Times, Sunday Times
  • This area has a neutral decor and includes a sash window to the front and a white marble fireplace which is flanked by deep alcoves.
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