This bay window provides the perfect spot for a versatile dining area. A velvet-covered banquette gives kids a place to pile in, while stools and a chair can be arranged in infinite variations depending on the crowd.
Enlighten your morning correspondence with a seat at your home's sunniest spot. Transforming an interior bay window into a study nook takes advantage of natural light and extra space. Eliminate the glare factor with adjustable Roman shades.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Matthew and Christina Eason, with the help of designer Tracy McCormick, turned the master bedroom suite of their Moorpark, California, home into a spacious retreat with a calm, neutral bay window seating area.
A beautiful bay window floods this white and green living room in soft light. A modern coffee table mixes with a traditional end table, and a white, slipcovered sofa and green armchairs add simple elegance.
Created with the feel of a soothing spa, this spacious master bathroom contains a marble floor, soaking tub and large shower with glass doors. A bay window showcases the freestanding bathtub with adjustable plantation shutters.
Classic Windsor chairs surround a traditional wooden table, while a draping chandelier adds a fun yet sophisticated touch the space. Roman shades dress the bay window, and a classic buffet provides much-needed storage and a spot to serve food when entertaining.
This spacious living room pairs together a traditional blue sofa and brown armchairs with modern dark brown wooden end tables. Brown patterned curtains frame a large bay window, allowing natural light to flood the space. A traditional neutral area rug spans the entirety of the living room, providing a finishing touch.
Set into a beautiful bay window dressed in damask curtains and natural shades, the dining room evokes a classic yet relaxed style. The traditional Queen Anne table is surrounded by a mix of striped armchairs and updated carved-back wood chairs. A candle-inspired chandelier adds an Old World touch to the space.