The advantages of getting a garden window abound. Much like 3-dimensional bay windows, a garden window simply adds a couple of features to this same design: a fourth pane of glass at the top, and window openings to the sides for a bit of a cross-breeze if you want one.
If you’re looking to add windows, but also want to add energy efficiency and increased space to decorate – those are two more reasons why a garden window would be advantageous for you and your home. Garden windows are thick-paned windows and create a space about 1.5 feet deep. Garden windows provide a lovely space to put your plants or herb garden (if the sun is not too direct at that spot on your particular home) or even a great place to cool bakery items on the racks that are commonly placed within them. Typically, garden windows are chosen over bay windows for an above-the-kitchen-sink window option.
Whatever your style of window décor, garden windows are the perfect way to add a bit of square footage to your kitchen and increase enjoyment of the view to fully enjoy all of your hard work – both in the yard outside and inside of your kitchen as well.
Whether you want the ventilation of the twin-sealing side vents, the efficiency of the 1-inch insulated glass, extra durability, or simply an extra showcase in your kitchen (which could even hold a rock garden) – a garden window may be just the choice for you. This stylish option is definitely worth your consideration over a standard window, a picture window or whatever else you may have already considered.