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One of the skills of a good designer is organizing windows on the exterior of a building in a handsome way. Another is placing windows in the walls of a room to enhance the space and make it easy to furnish. A supreme test of a designer is doing both of these at once. Here are a few guidelines to help you get the windows right. Furniture First No one should design a house without drawing in the furniture. Ideally, the designer should know exactly how high and wide the major furniture pieces will be and where they will go. Barring that, windows should be placed to accommodate typical furniture arrangements. In either case, windows should be placed so that