THE BEST IN BAY WINDOWS
Bay windows offer a unique design element for both the interior and exterior of your home. Because they protrude outside of your home, you’ll not only get aesthetic appeal, but you’ll also get use-able interior space.
Unlike bow windows (which usually have four or five window panes), bay windows tend to only have three. Bay windows also feature a large window in the center and smaller windows on either side, which creates a modern, angular look. Bow windows, on the other hand, feature windows that are all the same size.
WHERE TO USE THEM
Because bay windows are large in size, they’re commonly used in larger rooms like living rooms or dining rooms. They can add a significant amount of natural light to these rooms and also add good ventilation, since the window panes are crafted on an angle. Many homeowners like bay windows because they give you extra interior space that you can use as a cozy nook or a mini garden. The extra space also makes your room look larger, which is a nice bonus.
Bay windows can add either a modern touch or a vintage feel to your home and if you’re interested in either of those elements, bay windows may be for you. Contact us today to learn more.
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