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Old 06-21-2018, 10:31 AM   #1
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Photos of optional Window over Drawer Stack on 21

Here are a few interior and exterior photos of the optional window over the drawer stack on our new 21. I thought I would post them because I had a hard time finding any photos of this option when we were completing our build sheet. We also got the optional bathroom window, but not the front window. We like the window over the drawer stack very much.Attachment 32347

drawer stack w2.jpg

drawer stack w3.jpg

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oops. I will try and fix the sideways photos
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Nice, IMHO, additional windows are always good.
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Looks nice, although it wouldn't work for me since I ordered mine with the full hight cabinet on top of the drawer stack.
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oops. I will try and fix the sideways photosdrawer stack w7.jpg

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I like that.......
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Sorry I don't have a picture of it but we ordered ours with a non-operable window. Just throwing it out there so people know that's an option too.

Our thinking was that we have the bed window beside it and the door opposite it for air so we wouldn't need an opening window above the nightstand as well. This way you don't have the bar in the middle of it. But on the other hand you lose the air flow. So it's a personal preference thing
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Sorry I don't have a picture of it but we ordered ours with a non-operable window. Just throwing it out there so people know that's an option too.

Our thinking was that we have the bed window beside it and the door opposite it for air so we wouldn't need an opening window above the nightstand as well. This way you don't have the bar in the middle of it. But on the other hand you lose the air flow. So it's a personal preference thing
Do you remember what the price was for the non opening picture window, the opening one costs the same as the bath option- $300cn
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I also notice the opening screw is on the side vs on the bottom, my thermal bath has the screw on the bottom, I thought is was the same except for the frosting.
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I think I can answer my own question, your windows are not the frameless, but framed sliders thus different than the frameless style.
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