Awning windows – Awning windows open from the bottom edge, while the top side is fixed. This window style is highly popular and provides excellent home security.
Slider windows – Slider windows consist of side-by-side glass windows that move horizontally along tracks. This style was widely popular in mid-century homes – and are a great way to reference the 50's and 60's era in your home design.
Bi-fold windows – Bi-fold windows are made up of multiple window panes and connected with hinges. These windows can be opened up concertina-style, creating one large opening. They're commonly seen in restaurants and bars and are becoming more popular in new homes.
Bay windows – Traditionally formed with a fixed centre picture window and flanked by one or more pairs of casement or sash windows, Bay windows often form a visual centrepiece in large living spaces.