Tilt-and-turn windows, popular in Europe, can be opened two ways: with a side hinge that lets the sash swing horizontally and with a bottom hinge that permits the window to be opened like an awning window. The dual-action offers interesting flexibility for cleaning and for interior design.
The kitchen actually comes with two sinks: one for meal-prep and a second for washing dishes. When matched with a large picture window and wood shelves, this space has all the fresh, farmhouse style of a project on Fixer Upper.
Wood cabinets give a rich shine to the design surrounding the kitchen sink. Bay windows over the sink let in natural light that bounces off the neutral granite countertop. Bamboo roman shades give a subtle texture to the space.
A beautiful half circle window is a worthy centerpiece in this sophisticated kitchen with a warm, updated farmhouse feel. A farmhouse sink, subway tile surrounding the window and coffered ceiling all work in stunning symmetry creating a stylish and comfortable feeling of history.
Small, special design elements make a house into a home. This rustic stone sink near a garden is built in an asymmetrical manner, making it look like an element from a centuries-old structure. The round window is unique and cheery.
A black window frame is an exciting contrast to this updated farmhouse kitchen. Choosing white flows seamlessly with the stunning apron-front sink, cabinetry, marble countertops, subway tile backsplash and contemporary fixtures.