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Bay and bow windows add elegance to the exterior of your home and offer larger viewing areas than most windows.
Bay and bow windows add charm to any home. With 3-6 glass panes, they offer maximum natural light, expanded glass space, and panoramic views. More reasons homeowners love bay and bow windows:
Bay and bow window colors to match your home’s style:
Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
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Windows, especially styles with expanded glass space like bay and bow windows, play a big part in your home’s energy performance. Learn more about the benefits of energy-efficient products.
Bay and bow windows protrude from your home in a three-dimensional arc, adding visual interest on the outside of your home and expanding your living space by a small amount. Bay windows typically have 3 glass panels, while bow windows may have 4-6.
While these two popular window styles offer many of the same aesthetics and benefits, what makes them different is the size and number of window panes in the configuration.
Bay windows feature either a three-pane or box design, typically with one “picture window” in the center and a smaller window pane on either side.
Bow windows are a similar structure but are made of four to six panes of angled glass in the same size.
Each bay and bow window is custom-made to perfectly fit the open space in your home and give it a one-of-a-kind look. Their dimensionality creates a dramatic new look for your interior, perfect for a reading area or breakfast nook.
Besides bringing natural light into your home, bay and bow windows can boast these benefits:
Yes. All of our bay and bow windows are designed to insulate your home for maximum energy efficiency. You will enjoy lower energy bills and a more comfortable living area after installing our specially-designed products.
Bay windows are comprised of three separate window panels that come together to form a complete unit. The windows on either side are typically double hung or casement style windows that can be opened to allow fresh air into the home. The central window is often a static, picture window that serves to provide open, unobstructed views.
Bay windows are well-suited to complement a wide variety of decor styles and design elements. Curtains are the most common window treatment for bay windows and are a reliable way to accentuate the beauty that bay windows bring to a room.
Bay and bow windows have a wide ledge that is perfectly suited to display all kinds of accent pieces. Common decor elements include plants, candles, decorative pillows, lamps, and much more.