I like the third picture best.
As an architectural element, nothing is more inviting than a bay window. It’s literally like basking in your own personal terrarium, a guest of the concentrated, surrounding sunlight of the day. Traditionally, bay windows are quaint elements furnished with only a long, cushioned seat fit for the single lazy reader or the family cat. We feel, however, these luminous habitats are suitable for much more: their warm, encompassing ambiance should be amplified and celebrated.
By enlarging these fanciful devices, we create spaces that can house entire seating groups, casual dining areas or bathing rooms. Suddenly there is room for all in the coveted window seat. These ports in the storm can now harbor more boats.
On the exterior of the house, these architectural accessories become glowing lanterns at night, light spilling out into the evening. Like moths to a flame, we are unconsciously drawn to these beacons.
The napping cat…
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