Bay windows are known for their unique and special design which creates a niche inside a home that’s filled with light. These windows are usually made with a large window at the center and two smaller ones that are angled on both sides. Another unique characteristic of bay windows is that they protrude outward and add a stunning architectural feature outside the house while adding more living space inside. Bay replacement windows are a common choice for people who own homes with Victorian themes. They are often made with window seats to provide a comfy place where you can read a book or enjoy the scenery outside your home. There are two main types of bay windows. The first type is designed to form a box that extends outward from the house. This type of bay window is typically designed to provide space for plants and different ornaments. They are often installed below head height and are commonly installed in the kitchen right in front of the kitchen sink in order to provide an ample amount of lighting and a nice view. The second type of bay window is intended to be installed as part of a floor-to-ceiling polygonal shape, which causes the floor plan of the house to deviate by creating a nook. When you use full bay replacement windows, the resulting space that you get from them can be used to display art pieces; create a breakfast nook; or as a place for a window seat to be installed. They are made with a glass that fills a very large space, which often encompasses the entire span from the floor to the ceiling. Full bay windows are specifically intended to provide prolific natural light inside a room, which can be softened or filtered through the use of different window treatments.