10 Old House Features We Were Wrong to Abandon.Transom windows are panels of glass above doors in old homes, especially those built in the Mission or Arts and Crafts styles. They admitted natural light to front hallways and interior rooms before the advent of electricity, and circulated air even when doors were closed for privacy.

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