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4.03 window and window treatments
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why we use windows
provide natural light, air circulation
perimeter of the window that fits into the wall
holds the glass & swings or slides open. May be divided into small sections by wooden dividers called muntins
the bottom of the frame
horizontal board underneath a window below the sill
double hung window
most common window, opens vertically from top or bottom. Provides an opening for half the size of window. type of sliding window
open and close with a crank, swing outward. Usually the entire window area can be opened for ventilation. type of swinging window
swing outward from the bottom and are hinged at the top. Provides protection from the rain. Usually found in basements.
Hinged at the bottom to allow the top of the sash to swing inward
series of horizontal adjustable glass slats fastened into a metal frame. (think of mini-blinds made of glass) Open and close with a crank to allow ventilation. Screens & storms windows are needed for protection from insects or weather
combination window that has large fixed windows and double-hung windows on either side
Usually lined with another fabric
Lining adds body, increases insulation, helps drapes hang better, blocks sunlight and helps to avoid fading of drapery fabric
an be very plain or ornate
Can fit regular windows as well as oval or arched windows. Can also fit skylights.
Lies flat against the window when down and is drawn up into a series of horizontal folds
short length of fabric placed across the top of window. Can use alone or with other treatments.
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