Bay Window

A bay window is an architectural feature that projects outward from the main walls of a building, forming a bay or recess within a room. It is typically composed of a central window flanked by additional windows, often at angled sides, which together create an expanded view and allow for more natural light to enter the space. Bay windows can vary in size, shape, and style, ranging from large, floor-to-ceiling windows to smaller, more traditional versions. They may be found in various types of buildings, from residential homes to commercial structures, and are valued for both their aesthetic appeal and their functional benefits, such as the added illusion of space and the potential to provide a cozy seating area or display space. The design of a bay window can be customized to complement the exterior architecture of a building as well as the interior design, making it a versatile and attractive architectural element.

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