A transom window draws the eye up toward the vaulted ceiling detail in this luxurious master bathroom in a Martha's Vineyard home. Marble tiling is used on both the floor and backsplash for a cohesive look, and soft blue tones evoke the view of the ocean and sky outside.
Stacked stone walls, a wood planked ceiling and lantern sconces create a warm, welcoming front entry. Patterned glass on the sidelights and transom window gives the front door a distinct Craftsman look.
This traditional hallway features reclaimed wood flooring and transom windows that help with air flow in the home's four bedrooms. A central stairway connects all three floors of this fully restored Brooklyn townhouse.
This historic home's front door is bordered by sidelights and a transom window, allowing maximum natural light into the foyer. Designer Tip: Provide seating in a foyer, such as this antique Windsor chair.
The second island with chrome base bar chairs serves as a high-top table for casual meals and entertaining. Transom windows above the cabinets let in natural light, making the kitchen feel bigger and brighter.
Transom windows let in natural light without compromising privacy. Gray penny tile floors mimic the dot pattern on the frosted glass door. The floating vanity's flat panel wood cabinets break up all of the blue surfaces.
This bright white living room features a built-in entertainment center and vibrant splashes of red and yellow color. Transom windows drench the living room with natural light, reducing the need for artificial light during daytime.
Andersen’s A-Series Transom Windows with Forest Green Exteriors and Specified Equal Light Grille Pattern add color and light to this Shingle-style home — a uniquely American look that traces its beginnings to the late 19th century.
Steel, limestone, wood and concrete mingle on this exterior for a textural, contemporary look. A black framed French door with sidelights and a transom window makes up the front entrance. Modern lantern sconces flank the front door.
A wall of pickled pecky cypress houses three flat-screen TVs, programmable via the home's smart tablets. A series of transom windows and the peaked ceiling, vaulted to a height of 19'8", contribute to the room's expansive presence.