The rooms where you dine and entertain should be a reflection of you. Our bay windows bring personality to your open spaces while exuding the elegance that your home has. Even if you use your day space for quiet time or reading, we have the windows that you need to transform your views into picturesque scenes while creating comfort and efficiency.
At first glance, bow and bay windows can look a lot alike. Both will do much to open up a room and let it breathe, giving the appearance of more space and letting in more light while adding a splash of glamour to any room.
The Differences Between a Bow and Bay Window:
- A bay window has three openings, available in angled projections. A bow window usually has four or five.
- A bay window’s overall structure consists of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side. A bow window’s structure is curved, creating a rounded appearance on the outside of the home. (These bow windows are usually referred to as a “four-lite bow” or a “five-lite bow.”)
- Bay windows protrude farther from the wall out into the exterior space, adding a bit more floor space on the interior.
- Bow windows frequently allow more light to come into the room since they have more glass panes than bay windows.
Savannah Windows & More can improve your home’s look by installing a bay window or bow window in your home in the Savannah, GA area as well as nearby cities.