How to Better Your Bay Window
Bay windows come in various angles, sizes and home styles. No matter what your bay window looks like, there’s usually one common theme: it is the best window style for a DIY project. For the homeowners who seek to begin creative projects, there are virtually endless possibilities to revamp your window with a lot of inspiration and a little bit of work.
From Pinterest and DIY design bloggers to your own mind’s creations, possibilities abound that will add a creative, rational twist to your home while using a space that is already there – your bay window.
Storage: A bay window is a great place to stow
away belongings that should be hidden, yet in a beneficial
spot. Instead of sending your winter clothes all the way
down to the basement, simply store them in a bay
window storage unit a few feet from your closet in summer
months. Storage units are also ideal for holding
kitchen supplies for special occasions. Tuck your
table cloths and fancy silverware in a safe area where they
cannot fall or be touched. Add a flower pot or pillows on top to collaborate
the bench into your space.
Saving Seat: To accentuate and add even more benefit
to your storage place, add a seat cushion. For windows in your kitchen, contemplate sliding your kitchen table over to
the bay window. This will not only clear up your kitchen space,
but will also be a comfortable and naturally lit place to
enjoy family meals or chat with friends. Transforming
your bay window nook into a seat is a DIY project that
you can purpose every day, which makes the difficult
work so much more worth it!
- DIY Desk:
Whether you wish to make your own or you’d rather just buy a
desk, a good area to place it is by your bay window. You’ll
have the perfect outlook to escape and enjoy
beautiful days while still being productive. Decorate
your desk with some flowers to take place where a lamp would usually
sit. Plus, they will the right amount of sun and smell
- Reading Nook: Escape in comfort and silence with this simple spot. For the quiet rooms in your home, your bay window is begging to become a reading nook. This project is made just like the seat described above, but booklovers can add a twist. Instead of closing off the front of your bench, construct dividers to make a mini, horizontal bookcase underneath your nook. This allows you to be hooked on your nook without the requirement to move once you end a book - you simply dive into your next novel an arms-length below you.