THE BEST IN BOW WINDOWS
If you’re looking for a window that will give you an element of design, a bow window is the best way to transform the look of both the inside and outside of your home. The unique curve of a bow window can add a contrast to your home’s exterior while giving you use-able space on the interior.
Bow windows are different than bay windows in that they feature four or five (sometimes more) window panes instead of just three. All of these panes are the same size, which gives the window a curved look and typically adds a Victorian flair to your home. Bay windows, on the other hand, offer a more angled, modern look.
WHERE TO USE THEM
If you’re looking to add more natural light and more fresh air in your dining room, living room, or another large room, a bow window is a great option. Each window pane can be turned into a casement window and cranked open to allow ventilation. And because bow windows are usually large, you’ll enjoy lots of sunlight as well as an area that you can turn into a nook or use for a display. The extra space will also give your guests the illusion that your room is larger than it really is.
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