Some people may think bay windows are too traditional or outdated, but we can’t help but love them. Not only do bay windows create a beautiful look for the exterior of your home, they have many other benefits as well.
And not just any seating. A place to seek comfort and relaxation. You can now forget about the stress of the day because you have your favorite book, a drink in hand, and a gorgeous view to gaze upon and reflect. This is where life can slow down, affording you that one moment you’ve looked forward to all day. A moment of calm.
Let in the light! Instead of trying figure out what curtains are best for a bay window, this San Francisco homeowner ditched the window treatments and kept the window bare to let in lots of natural light.
You can find this home, and other bay window ideas, on Apartment Therapy.
And how you style a bay window speaks volumes about your personality. Whether you use bright colors, muted pastels, or a potpourri of pillows, make your bay window your own. Find window treatment ideas for bay windows here.
A bay window will suit any room in your home. This built-in window seat is ideal for dining and adds seating without taking up additional space.
Do you have a home office? Consider building your desk into a bay window to give your workspace lots of natural light.