A bay window may be an expensive home improvement project. However, its installation promises significant benefits, both aesthetic and functional. Here are three creative uses for bay windows.
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A bay window is often turned into a window seat, creating a cozy space for dining or relaxation. It can be built in your kitchen or dining area, but you have to ensure the height of the seat is proportionate to the height of your table. There should be enough leg room as well. If you’re installing a bay window in one of your living areas or in a bedroom, you can use the extra space to build a reading nook or a simple hangout corner.
If you’re a work-at-home professional or your child does a lot of studying, you can opt for a built-in desk at the bay window. It’s a very practical use of space, but there are a few things you should consider if you want your bay window turned into a built-in desk.
One is the permanency of the feature. Unlike freestanding tables, you can’t move the bay window desk and reorganize your room whenever you feel like it. Another thing you should worry about is the glare. If the bay window is in a spot that gets a lot of sun, you should consider getting anti-glare features for your computer and windows.
Outdoor Living Extension
Mix nature and the indoors with a floor-to-ceiling bay window. The effect would be quite dramatic as the interiors beautifully transition into your backyard. You’d surely love spending time in this corner of your home just looking out your garden.
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