Cottages are typically fitted with double-hung windows with rectangular muntins on both the top and bottom sashes.
Bungalows often have a combination of double-hungs and casements. Both types share a common element: geometric and eye-catching muntin patterns.
Modern homes favor large, unadorned sliders and fixed picture windows grouped to create walls of glass.
Tudor homes are inspired by medieval architecture, the windows are usually tall, narrow casements with lots of small panes. They're often grouped in pairs or trios.
In Queene Anne homes, double-hungs are the rule. Sometimes a delicate muntin pattern adorns the upper sash.
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