Dreamy Bay Windows

There is something special about a bay window, especially a McNally Joinery one. They add to the charm of a house and help you express your own style.

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A bay window is a window that stands out at an angle beyond the exterior wall. They have many benefits including the following;

  • Due to the angles of the window, it lets light into every part of the room, more than a flush fitting window
  • It expands the view of the garden or outside by allowing a panoramic view, unlike a casement window
  • It makes the room feel larger as there is additional space which adds an extra touch to your dining or living area
  • A cosy window seat can be seen as extra living space in bedrooms or living rooms alike

This McNally Joinery House of Joinery project has one beautiful bay window at the front of the house with leaded and stained glass in the top sashes. In order to maintain consistency across the other windows, the casement windows feature the same stained glass. The windows are all dual colour along with a matching dual colour front door finished in white RAL 9010 to the inside and F&B French Gray No. 18 outside. We love the colour selected by the customer works beautifully with the stained glass and the brick cills. If you call us to talk about these “green windows”, that’s ok too!

Whether you’re looking for a reading nook, somewhere to cultivate your indoor plants or a warm spot for your cat to lounge, bay windows give you the extra space you’re looking for.

Come talk to us about your bay window at McNally Joinery. Call us on 01-8433022, visit our website; www.mcnallyjoinery.ie or call to our showroom in Walshestown, Lusk, Co. Dublin.

 

 


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