Greetings again! Today I’d like to discuss the most important room of all: the kitchen, and how adding a bay window will do wonders to its overall appearance. I understand that many options are available, so the best thing to do is find a design that fits like a glove and blends in seamlessly with the backdrop. The California sun is really something special, no matter what time of year it is, so it only makes sense to add some brightness and extra space to the most frequently used area in your home. You’ll be very pleased with the results!
My absolute favorite is the greenhouse window because it’s easy to clean and it also fits nicely in smaller sized kitchens. Taking a trip to the kitchen sink is now an entirely different experience; I can gaze out the window while doing the dishes and imagine the running water as a trickling stream of serenity. I’ve been able to arrange a handful of small potted plants on the platform and I still have room for other items as well. If you’re planning on remodeling your kitchen any time soon, I’d start out with our bay windows selection while envisioning a touch of brightness as the kitchen’s main theme. The pleasantness of adding some natural light to your new ensemble will add a relaxing feel while preparing meals or cleaning up, and I’m also convinced that the food actually tastes better!
Mixing and matching is probably the best part of figuring out which design will look absolutely perfect. It’s always a great idea to make sure that the color of the wood trim will match the theme you have in mind. We all know that white goes well with just about everything, yet an array of colors are also available to appease your temperament. Because greenhouse bay windows usually have two side-sections and a protruding mid-window, coloring each section differently is easily doable. If you prefer vinyl trim instead, no worries! Here at American Vision, we work with many experts to provide as much info as possible on the benefits and drawbacks of each type of window design.
Either way, your kitchen will look great with updated windows, and the curb appeal will definitely grab the attention of those who have a keen eye for excellence.