palladian WINDOWS 

In a classical style home, a Palladian window is made of two sections, one on each side of the pillar.
The center section is arched, and the two side sections are rectangular. This type of window is common in buildings designed in the Renaissance and classical styles, and is a popular choice for second stories. Federal style houses often feature Palladian windows. Although they are not the only type of window in the world, they are the most commonly found in the United States.

The style is recognizable throughout the world and is an excellent choice for people with classic tastes. They add an airy feel to a room, and exude a refined style. Unlike other windows, these are incredibly beautiful and a popular choice for a variety of homes. If you have classical taste, this is an excellent choice. If you like the look of classical architecture, this style is right for you.
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