Counter-height window - is this a good thing?
So we're meeting with our contractor today and I want to discuss a few framing changes with him. We've already decided to recess the fridge and center the kitchen window.
Our kitchen window is 6' long. I'd like to consider making this window counter-height (bigger, not just lower) and bumping it out about 6-8 inches to increase the depth of my counter space without increasing the footprint of our house. This would also solve my window trim issue.
Anyway, would this be a good move? Is it something that the TKO would recommend?
Here's a 3-D of our kitchen to give you an idea:
Thanks for your inputs!