Quite a lot of people do not understand the absolute importance of windows and the role they play in interior and exterior design for a house. Where the windows are placed and what type of windows are placed means that the design of the entire room and building will change. Windows directly affect the amount of lighting in any room, the air flow that an area receives, and it can change the whole feeling of an area. The right sort of windows can even end up having an effect on your climate control settings and actually save you quite a bit of money when it comes down to heating, air conditioning, and general ventilation bills.
In this article we will be focusing on two very specific types of windows and discuss what their pros and cons are for you. So the topic of discussion is; Bay vs Bow Windows – Which One is Better For You? So first lets discuss how both of the windows are different from each other. A bay window will be having 3 separate windows together, with all of them angled differently from one another. Bow windows on the other hand are a combination of 4 to around 6 windows which are all usually curved. Bay windows are more likely to be found in modern homes than bow windows, even though both of them exist in old timey houses and Victorian era home designs, bay windows are more likely found in newer houses compared to bow windows. If the major aim for your windows for you is to get the maximum amount of natural light, then the bow might be the right option for you. While both of the windows are quite large and let in light, the bow windows edges out competition.