No, Bunny, I regret to say I came in through the dormer window
Two broad dormer windows looked out toward the Gulf, and as far across it as a man's eye might reach.
Robert went over and seated himself on the broad sill of one of the dormer windows.
There were no drapery curtains at the dormer windows
, no pictures on the wall.
Thousands of good, calm, bourgeois faces thronged the windows, the doors, the dormer windows
, the roofs, gazing at the palace, gazing at the populace, and asking nothing more; for many Parisians content themselves with the spectacle of the spectators, and a wall behind which something is going on becomes at once, for us, a very curious thing indeed.
The doctor's house, on the side facing the garden, consists of a ground floor and a single story, with a row of five windows in each, dormer windows
also project from the tiled mansard-roof.
It begins at the water's edge, with a fringe of hotels, and scrambles up and spreads itself over two or three sharp hills in a crowded, disorderly, but picturesque way, offering to the eye a heaped-up confusion of red roofs, quaint gables, dormer windows
, toothpick steeples, with here and there a bit of ancient embattled wall bending itself over the ridges, worm-fashion, and here and there an old square tower of heavy masonry.
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL Planning permission is sought for the proposed construction of a new single storey extension to the rear, associated internal modifications, proposed attic conversion and construction of a new dormer window
at roof level to the rear, proposed new window to side at attic floor level and roof lights to both front and rear at 52 Shrewsbury Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 for Ms.
Alterations to 24 Roseworth Crescent including demolition of outbuildings, removal of dormer window
to rear, erection of single storey study, toilet and utility room extension to side and alterations to elevations including raising eaves to rear, alterations to front boundary wall and provision of new vehicular access Applicant: Mrs N Biagioni Kath Lawless, Head of Development Management, City of Newcastle upon Tyne
oor the landing has oakframed walls, rafters, lintels, balustrading and a dormer window
John Smith, 68, battled for eight years to get permission for the dormer window
similar to other homes on his street.
But planning officials have confirmed that the dormer window
jutting out of the roof of number 22 Hobmoor Croft meets all planning guidelines.