Bay and bow windows

Bay windows are designed using three separate windows that are joined together to form a space that protrudes from the outer wall of the home. The center window is typically a picture window, and the two side windows generally open and close. Bow windows operate in a similar fashion, except they usually are made from four or more windows that form a curved shape.

Bay and bow windows have a rich history that dates back to medieval castles. They often provided a beautiful seating area to enjoy the outside world from within the castle walls. They became a common part of traditional homes during the Victorian era.

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