31 May 2005

Attic windows

Yesterday we were driving around town and noticed this house still has its original divided attic windows.

This house is located a block from where we used to live. During our time there some one bought the house and flipped it. I think it turned out pretty nice. The realtor had an open house when they were selling it, but I missed it. I was really bummed out about it too.

We only have frames for two of our original attic windows and a picture of another one. This means we have to come up with what we are going to do with the other four. So we spend a lot of time driving around looking at other people's attic windows. We liked the windows in this house which had little squares as a border and a circle bisected by a cross.


Here are the two frames that were still in the house when we bought it:

6 comments:

Kristin said...

Our attic has vents, not windows, though I have wondered if it once had windows instead. I might replace them one day, at least the one on the front-facing gable, with a stained glass window or something. I go around looking at everybody's else's attic windows, too. :)

Jordana said...

It's interesting to see the attic window designs. We're probably going to be putting windows in the front gable of our folk Victorian, so this was a timely post. Although, talking to the guys at Pella, we've already discovered that we probably cannot afford any fancy grid patterns.

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