A window that protrudes from the wall, with the inside forming a shell-like space.
Bay windows could compliment any room in the home and are typically found in living rooms or kitchens. A protruding niche could improve the appearance of a house or flat creating an open-space effect. Usually, it has three sides, but there are other variations. The most frequently found configurations are:
- A trapezoid with three glass panels is the most basic class. With 30-degree corners, it is 12 to 14 inches deep, and 45-degree heightens the size up to 22 inches.
- Square bay windows — they have two angles and are comparable to a balcony or sun porch
- Triangular, which has Triangular, which has implemented in smaller places to look more proportionate
- Oriel — a type with supportive elements such as cantilevers and brackets. Oriel is the most antique kind which was used since the medieval era.
These models are both beautiful and practical design solutions. They can be originally decorated and fit any style from retro to modern. Install them to manage the ventilation and lighten the space