The window or wood panels that are placed on either or both sides of a door
A stationary or operating glass panel mulled to or installed next to a door.
A narrow component fixed into the jambs on either side of the door(s) to give a more open appearance.
a tall, narrow sash beside a window or door
A fixed, usually rectangular window placed on either side of a window or patio door.
Tall, narrow, fixed or operating sash on either or both sides of a door.
A narrow fixed or operating sash consisting of either steel or wood stiles and rails, glazed with clear or decorative glass and matching the sight lines of the entry door. Sidelites are typically mulled to the entry door on one or both sides.
An assembly of stiles and rails, with or without a wood panel, containing a single row of glass panels or lites. They are installed on one or both sides of an exterior doorframe, especially a front entrance doorframe. Also used in older houses to frame interior doors. Also spelled sidelight.
The side panels beside a door, typically filled with glass for decoration and to allow more light.
glass decorative accessory placed next to a door for ornamentation and to allow light to pass through.
A fixed narrow panel, installed next to a door panel, for decorative purposes. Sidelites almost always contain glass lites.
Side glass part which is not part of a door and is usually tempered safety glass.