Bay and Bow Windows
A bay window is a decorative window that projects outward, creating a sense of open space. The most popular configuration is a central fixed window flanked by two other windows, usually casement or double-hung styles that permit ventilation. The bay window protrudes farther from a wall than a bow window.
Bow windows contain four or more windows. The windows join to form a gentle curve, or a “bow” shape. Similar to a bay window, bow windows are typically fixed and the side windows are operable.
- Projects outward from the room for a dramatic look
- Allows for plenty of natural light
Earthwise welded frames and sashes produce a strong, airtight window that’s ideal for bow and bay configurations.