Ideas for Incorporating a Garden Window in Your Kitchen

For many people, the kitchen is the heart of the home. This room is where guests gather for drinks and the family scrambles for breakfast before leaving for the day. Since the kitchen is such an important room, you probably want to do everything you can to make it as beautiful as possible. Here are a few ways in which installing a garden window in your kitchen can be a delightful idea.

  • Increase Fresh Air: Doing the dishes is a decidedly unpleasant and often smelly chore. By adding a garden window, you’ll be able to shed a little light on this task. You can also open up a charming dual-casement window to enhance your kitchen’s ventilation and air quality. Instead of enduring smelly dishes or a smoky pot on the stove, you could enjoy a gentle summer breeze while working in the kitchen.
  • Give Plants a Place to Grow: Do you ever wonder why it’s called a garden window? By simply adding a few flowers and herbs onto a garden window’s extended ledge, you could give your kitchen its own mini garden. In addition to continually growing fine herbs for your meals, a fully stocked garden window can give your kitchen extra color and cheer.
  • Keep an Eye on Youngsters: If your new garden window faces the back or front yard, you can also use it to check up on your kids on while you do the dishes or prepare dinner. If the youngsters aren’t around, a garden window can also be a lovely place to admire the yard while sipping your morning coffee.

If you’re considering installing a garden window in your kitchen, contact Wallside Windows today. With casement windows on both sides and an interior seat made of durable Pionite, our garden windows are the best you’ll find in the Detroit area. For more information, call us at (313) 292-4400.