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The Ultimate Picture Narrow Frame window offers a classic style in a non-operable window, bringing expansive views and natural light into a room. Its narrow frame allows for replacement without disturbing existing interior or exterior trim.
Meet your design vision with natural, stained or painted wood. With Marvin factory-applied interior finishes, you can order beautifully finished windows and doors that are ready to install the day they arrive to save valuable time on the job site.
Choose from a selection of high-quality standard wood options, including Pine, Cherry, Douglas Fir, Mahogany, White Oak and Vertical Grain Douglas Fir.
*Wood is a product of nature and will vary in color, texture and grain. Wood options shown are to demonstrate the approximate look of each species only, and stain samples are shown on Pine. Photos are not intended to reflect a product's interior or exterior profile.
When compared to painting or staining on the job site, factory-stained finishes offer consistent quality and performance resulting from our expertise with wood as a material and years of perfecting our staining process.
Every piece of wood receives even coats of conditioning and stain, two coats of clear finish, and is sanded and baked twice in an oven before your window or door is built to create a consistent, durable and high-quality finish that brings out the natural beauty, texture, and grain of the wood. Our stained wood products meet industry standards and arrive ready to install.
*Stain and clear coat is available on all offered interior wood species.
*Not all decorative glass is compatible with all products. Check with your dealer for a recommendation on which glass is right for your project. Images may not be an accurate representation.
Color tint images represent color tint example only. Please inquire about obscure glass treatments separately.
Glass is an important aspect for managing the energy efficiency of your home. Our standard glazing is dual pane: two panes of glass with Low E coatings and argon insulating gas. We offer variations to help meet climate and code requirements across the country, described in more detail on our glass page.
Specialty Glass Options
Our specialty glass options include glass for unique project needs like sound management (STC/OITC), high altitudes, Sea Turtle Conservation Codes and California fire zones. We also offer laminated glass in products designed specifically for hurricane zones.
The look of multiple, individual panes of glass in a window sash is popular in a wide range of architectural styles – from historic replications to modern farmhouses. Simulated divided lites, available in a number of different styles, mimic the look of individual panes of glass in a window sash without sacrificing the energy efficiency of a single pane of glass. For true historical accuracy, authentic divided lites utilize individual glass panes, and are available as a custom order on select all-wood windows.
Separate pieces of glass are glazed between muntin bars – the way windows have been made since the beginning but with Marvin's updated design to increase energy efficiency.
Grilles are permanently installed between the glass panes for a low-maintenance, smooth exterior and easy cleaning. Choose from 6 exterior colors and 3 interior colors.
An energy-efficient way to create the look of authentic divided lites, SDL bars are permanently adhered to both sides of the glass and are available with or without a spacer bar installed between the glass to create even more depth that resembles an ADL.
Paired with SDL bars on the exterior of the glass, a spacer bar is installed between the glass, creating an even closer match to the Authentic Divided Lite look.
*Due to the variety of possible combinations of casings and subsills, special dimensional considerations for installation methods are required. Contact your local Marvin retailer when specifying casing and subsill combinations.