Windows For Tudor Style Homes
There are several windows for Tudor style homes. Windows for Tudor style homes include oriel, tall, small narrow and arches. A window style that is particularly Tudor is the oriel window. This window extends out from the upper story of the Tudor house, and has more than one side–rather like a box or a trapezoid on end. Beneath the oriel window are brackets or a corbel. Then, also identified with Tudor architecture are narrow, tall windows. These windows can be opened by a crank, and often contain diamond mullions instead of wide expanses of glass. Small, narrow windows are also characteristic of Tudor style, and they are frequently found on the second floor of a house. These often feature diamond-paned windows and leaded glass. Tudor windows may also feature a curved arch at the top of the window. The Tudor arch is different from the Gothic arch in that it is blunter and more rounded. Examples of this can be seen in Great Dixter, a Tudor Manor in East Sussex, England.