How To Use Transom Windows

October 5, 2017

A transom window, or a small, detail window over a door or atop another window are used for many reasons.

 

Traditionally they're known for being fan-shaped and the most common use is separating the framing from a door from the framing of a window. 

 

 

 

In many cases they can be strictly decorative and in other cases for adding light.

 

 

 

In today's modern design, you're likely to come across ventilating transoms in spa-like bathrooms, adding diffused light and ventilation.

 

 

This article first appeared on Houzz.

 

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