A Gallery of Weird and Wonderful Windows

A Gallery of Weird and Wonderful Windows

Nancy Mitchell
Sep 26, 2014
(Image credit: Oh Mai Darling)

Windows. You know, those holes in the wall (preferably with glass in them) that let in light. Most windows are pretty unremarkable — you notice the view, but not the window itself. Not so for these windows. These windows are weird and wonderful and completely steal the show.

Above: what's better than a round window? A fully operational round window. From Debi Treloar via Oh Mai Darling.

(Image credit: Chen +Suchart Studio)

This window (from Chen +Suchart Studio, via Apartment Therapy) plays with our idea of what's 'inside' and what's 'outside' by inviting the zen garden into the room. You can see more photos of it here.

(Image credit: Arch Daily)

I love how this long, narrow window extends all the way past the built-in nightstand and down to the floor. Spotted on Arch Daily.

(Image credit: Poppytalk)

The little window right above the tub! Pretty great. Spotted on Poppytalk.

(Image credit: Trendland)

The giant skylight/light well in the middle of this space, spotted on Trendland, makes all other windows feel inadequate.

(Image credit: Hus & Hem)

Another round window, from Hus & Hem. It really makes the whole room.

(Image credit: Lost in Time)

I love the look of this long, low window that lets in just a tiny sliver of light. Spotted on Lost in Time.

(Image credit: Plataforma Arquitectura)

Take the window above, turn it on its side, and you get this one, spotted on Plataforma Arquitectura.

(Image credit: Decoholic)

Let's talk about how this might be the best window seat in the world. And there are two of them, so no sharing required. Spotted on Decoholic.

(Image credit: Home Adore)

The designers of this home (spotted on Home Adore) took this window all the way to the floor, and around the corner. I love the way it makes the floor glow.

(Image credit: Femkeido)

Okay, I lied. Maybe this is the world's best window seat. Photo by Paul Massey via Femkeido.

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And finally, from Marie Claire Maison, a little window at the foot of a sloping ceiling lets in just the right amount of light. I'd love to wake up here.

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