Do you like having a window sill to set things on over your sink?
Getting ready to buy our moulding, and one thing that came up today was whether to have a window sill with a ledge of sorts over the sink. Originally I had planned to simply match the moulding in the rest of the house---previous remodelers took the original moulding in the kitchen out in a 1940s renovation but it's intact everywhere else in the house. However, we have pretty shallow sills on our other windows---maybe half an inch past the stop.
DH brought up the idea of having a deeper sill on the kitchen windows that we could set things on, something our neighbors did when they renovated (same trim except theirs had never been ripped out!) It blends in well with the old trim, so I don't think it would look out of place in that regard. I can envision putting things like vases and such there---but can also imagine it getting cluttered.
Do you have one, and if so, do you like it? What kinds of things do you use it for? How deep is it, if you know? Thanks!