Bumped out counter-height window - to drywall or trim?
I need to finalize my window layout for my new counter-height bumped out window so it can be ordered.
I like the look of the bump-out to be about 9-10" of counter into the bump-out space.
I'm trying to decide whether to use drywall vs a finished trim look (similar to finished look around windows and door openings using moldings).
I think the 2 options are:
1. drywall and no 3.5" casing around the outside of the opening.
2. 9-10" trim piece + 3.5" casing around the outside of the opening.
Is there any reason to do one vs the other?
I was leaning towards the finished trim look, but on a different thread, someone mentioned the drywall being a more modern look and it made me question this.