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.
Stone walls and wood architectural beams create an earthiness that grounds the living room in this San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, home. An understated cathedral ceiling and transom windows balance the heaviness of the building materials with a bit of airiness.
Two neutral sofas and a matching ottoman serve as a makeshift sectional. The ottoman can also stand alone for extra seating. French doors with black frames, sidelights and a transom window add a modern, industrial look to the space.
Glass doors and a transom window with wood trim draw the eye outside to the tropical landscape. A glittering crystal chandelier sets a formal tone in this dining room. A cherry wood china cabinet and buffet table warm up the space.
A lofty cathedral ceiling makes for a grand entrance in the foyer and allows transom windows to let in ample natural light. The stacked stone facade, lantern sconces and contemporary wooden door give this exterior a rustic, Craftsman look.
A freestanding slipper tub provides an elegant place to soak and enjoy the view of the mountains surrounding this home in Cape Town, South Africa. Stone walls and frosted glass provide necessary privacy, though transom windows add to the light and view.
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.
The bed in this master bedroom is positioned to fully enjoy the view of the sea and Signal Point in Cape Town, South Africa. Transom windows let in extra light, accentuating the open layout of the sleeping area and en suite bathroom.
French doors topped with a curved transom window and framed with antiqued shutters offer delightful curb appeal to this country manor-style home in Atlanta, Georgia. Boxwoods in planters and window flower boxes add small pops of color against the whitewashed brick facade.
This bright white county dining set commands the space in this traditional dining room. Transom windows help brighten this inviting room done in neutral tones. The space features white wood bar stools, espresso wood floors, French doors and a copper-toned chandelier.
A transom window lined with wood offers a balanced look in this master bathroom when paired with the floating wooden vanity. The grain of the wood and the teak floor in the shower offer organic touches in an otherwise sleek, modern space.
Green stucco siding and brown shutters create an earthy color palette for this Craftsman-style home. White corbels and trim frame the windows and roof line. The transom window above the door and stone columns are typical of Craftsman-style design.
The master bedroom in this home in the Camps Bay area of Cape Town, South Africa features its own private terrace with views of the ocean. Transom windows line the top of the room, making the space feel especially open and airy.
Barn light sconces and rustic wood plank accents bring a country cottage feel to this bathroom. Chrome hardware, a stone walk-in shower and chic, dusty blue vanity cabinets give the space a refined elegance. Transom windows let natural light flood the room.
Transom windows and tiered coco bead chandeliers draw attention to the tall ceilings, visually adding height to this dining room. Blue tie dye curtains inject some playfulness into this formal dining area. Tall wingback chairs command attention instead of being dwarfed by the lofty ceiling.
This modern master bathroom features a double vanity with a white porcelain vessel sink, wall mounted faucets, subway tile, integrated storage cubbies, a glass shower, and an overhead transom along with a window panel with floor to ceiling glazing which brings in natural light.
True to form, this Greek Revival home features a stately portico with tall stone columns, a horizontal transom and eye-catching embellishments. Two rows of double-hung windows balance the exterior and make it seem even more symmetrical.
Select stones are pulled forward in the stone accent wall to add texture and provide ledges for candles. The transoms above the doors allow more sunlight into the rooms, which is helpful for illumination and heat in the home located two hours north of Toronto.