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operating awning window in kitchen garden bay

The framed stained glass valance over the sink is coordinated with the stained glass in the awning style casement window in this kitchen garden bay window.

The homeowner's initial objective for this project was to block an unattractive view outside. However, while obscuring the view our custom glass permits more light into the kitchen than other forms of window treatment and also provides the decorative highlight in this newly remodeled kitchen.

Note that while the window frame was not designed to accommodate a stained glass panel we were able to design and install one so that the awning window could continue to open and close with stained glass in it. In the summer the regular screen can still be put back in place and used.



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