Kitchen Garden-style windows anyone?
I've always wanted one of those bumpout windows, with panes on the sides and panes at the back, level with my counter top and right behind the kitchen sink. I've looked for them, and have been told they are not easy to live with. BUT, I still day dream about having one installed when we remodel our kitchen.
I ran across a picture of one that I had on my computer from a long time back, and submit it here as a beginning to this discussion.
Other than liking or not liking this as a feature in your kitchen, why? Why is it a plus or a minus in a kitchen?
Replacing the 36 x 36 window that is there now, in my house, would face directly south and overlook an area of my back yard that I dearly love...the NewOrleans style courtyard garden, the bird feeder and bird bath, and a small grassy lawn, all behind our privacy fence.
So here is the image. I like this style, but really want the window to have a smooth transition from counter behind the sink. My sink is an undermount stainless steel, not an apron front farmhouse sink. No holes for the single hole faucet, so I'd need room behind the sink to mount that.
And this one shows raised cabs either side of the sink, and not a real garden window, but one with a deep sill. I like it too.
More to come later, just have not gathered my wits together on this subject.