Bay Windows Guide
Bay windows have a large center window flanked by two smaller windows - usually double hung or casement window - at an angle. Bay windows are the centerpieces of many great rooms and views, and project out from the wall providing an opportunity for additional light and a more spacious feel. Appreciated by all, bay windows can add charm to a traditionally designed home or create great views and sight lines in a contemporary setting. Read below for more information on the features, pros and cons, price, and other details of bay windows.
About Bay Windows
The bay window is a highly sought after home feature that is simultaneously sophisticated and simple in design. Bay windows are composed of three windows that make up a half hexagon and extend outward from the face of the home. Bay windows are different from bow windows, which are composed of four or five windows and form a flatter and more curved shape. Bay windows offer great views and seamlessly make the outdoors the focal point of any room.
How to Operate Bay Windows
Bay windows have a large stationary picture window in the center that does not open and a double hung window on either side. Double hungs are traditional windows that open by sliding up and down vertically.
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