From an outsider’s perspective, bay and bow windows can look a lot alike. They both are home favorites, as they let in the light and increase the amount of interior space to enjoy. Choosing the right style for you is about matching your home. While bays tend to stick out further and bear larger openings—requiring custom overhangs; bows tend to be more rounded and are made up of smaller, slimmer panels.
The following characteristics are part and parcel to your choice: bay vs. bow windows. These five categories will facilitate your decision and put bay windows and bow windows—and their more acute differences—into perspective. Consider:
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