While most people are used to seeing over the door windows on a front door, not everyone realizes that these design elements can also be used inside the house. Adding above the door windows inside can add both light and points of interest. It’s a great way to add a new look to an older interior as well.
This interior window is a perfect complement to the modern décor of the room. The metal trim brings window and door together with the metal fan blades and is a great way to maintain a room’s design theme.
This window shows how easy it is to bring the light from one room into a hallway that otherwise might be a bit dark. The rectangular window is small enough not to disrupt wall space but still large enough to bring in that light and brighten the hall.
In addition to bringing in light, these windows also show off the exceptional woodwork and design of an attached room. Matching the paning to the French Doors keeps style integrity and also adds warmth thanks to the dark wood.
These kinds of interior windows don’t need to be entirely clear or even paned like traditional windows. These beautiful lattice-work windows look like lace in your walls and create a beautiful focal point in an unexpected place. The lattice still brings light into the room but it does it in a softer way so too much brightness isn’t a problem.