Every homeowner knows that a large kitchen is what the celebrities have in common. From the undeniably sublime to the downright ridiculous, those kitchens are a dream made in culinary architecture heaven. And for the homeowner who’s ever been serious about homemaking, a huge kitchen is just the ticket.
There are many big kitchens out there, but the number of big and beautiful kitchens is more limited. If you are thinking about counting your spacious kitchen as one of the beautiful ones, consider giving it a makeover via windows installation courtesy of Renewal by Andersen®.
Here are some application ideas that might just be what you need.
Add Even More Space
Think this is a ridiculous idea? Well, when you see Renewal by Andersen’s bay window designs, you won’t be as surprised. These windows allow more light in and really open up the spaces where they are installed. With new bay windows, you don’t just add room and light you add some class. Here’s a bonus idea: Use the space below the window sill as a dining area. For a large family, another space like this means you don’t have to crowd around the breakfast bar.
Enjoy the View
Bay windows not your fancy? Then, consider casement windows. A large window like this lets plenty of natural light in, but the best thing about these types of windows is you can enjoy the cool breeze whenever you want.
Renewal by Andersen’s take on these windows is slender and opens up wide with a simple turn of the h and crank, allowing you to enjoy an airy kitchen. Your only concern would be your neighbors getting a whiff of that delicious dish you’re laboring on.
Whichever type of window you choose for your large kitchen, you can be sure that Renewal by Andersen® only manufactures and installs energy efficient windows. With our top quality products and professional workmanship, you’ll be enjoying your large kitchen even more. Call us at (314) 332-2364, and let’s talk about turning that huge kitchen into a beautiful and spacious affair. We serve Missouri residents, particularly in or around St Charles, MO.