How is this window placement built?
The rear of our home will face our pond and open pastures. I want tall windows in the breakfast/morning room space that go from the baseboards to the ceiling. With standard construction techniques, a 10-12" header is placed above the window for support which means the windows can't go to the ceiling.
In this photo, the windows go practically to the ceiling in the room beside the kitchen. Wonder how this was constructed? Would there be a steel beam above the windows?