Are you thinking of a way to enhance your kitchen? Why not add a window by your kitchen sink? Adding a kitchen sink window allows you to let natural light in your kitchen while also providing a way for air to circulate. Of course, something practical can also be beautiful, especially if you consider these kitchen sink window ideas.
A Big Bifold Window
A big bifold window is a type of casement window where the sashes not only swing to open or close, but also fold into smaller halves (hence having a “fold” as the name implies). Since bifold windows are bigger than casement or double-hung windows, you get plenty of lighting and ventilation for your kitchen.
Windows With Cabinets
Even a small kitchen sink window can work as an impressive visual piece. By surrounding the window with dark-colored, wall-mounted cabinets, you create an illusion of the window popping out. For even better results, consider using small, energy-efficient windows, preferably those with features like low-emissivity (low-E) glass panes.
Bounce the Light
If the kitchen sink is against an indoor wall partition, having a window directly over it is not a possible option. However, you can install a big window on a nearby wall to have natural light bounce off the wall and towards the sink. Casement and even picture windows work well for this kind of window setup.
Use Multiple Smaller Windows
Having multiple small windows next to each other in front of the kitchen sink provides even greater control of the amount of air coming in from outside. Any combination of small casement windows paired with narrow double-hung or picture windows are great for this kind of setup.
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