Bay Windows for the Kitchen

For kitchens that may be small in size, consider adding a bay window. Bay windows are a great option that can help bring in extra sunlight with windows projecting outward from the main walls of the home. They are also very inviting and can provide extra storage and interior space if needed. Below are several popular bay window designs:

Angled Bay Windows

These are the most popular design and are often just called a bay windows. They consist of three or more windows that protrude from the house and slant back toward the interior walls at 30 or 45 degree angles. They can easily replace standard large windows, and they add light and square footage to a kitchen to make it appear bigger. These types of windows add dimension to a dining area, creating a cozy seating nook. Many people enjoy this feature and typically place their kitchen table next to the nook in order to use it as seating.

Box Bay Windows

Box bay windows come in a variety of sizes and may be used in different parts of the kitchen. These square-shaped windows have 90-degree corner angles and project out from the side of the house. If you have larger box bay windows, you may consider adding a shelf seat in the kitchen to expand the interior room space. Also, smaller box bay windows can be installed in front of the kitchen sink to provide an area for plants and herbs.

Garden Bay Windows

For homeowners who have many indoor plants in the kitchen, garden bay windows help provide additional light. This window can also help kitchens that are very small, dark and uninviting by increasing light and space.

Bow Windows

For elegant and large kitchens, consider the bow window. Bow windows are designed to project beyond the exterior wall of the home, providing a wider view of a garden or street outside. They generally combine four or more casement windows, which join together to form an arch, and come in many different sizes. As beautiful as these windows are, keep in mind that they are more expensive than angular or box bay windows.

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8 responses to “Bay Windows for the Kitchen

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