"Even the prisoners have the right to have a window"
This quote once used by my architecture professor in college, has been so influential in my own experience over the years. No one can deny the significance of a window as it is a major link to the outside world in a dwelling. Besides its vital uses for fresh air and daylight, you might want to add a seating arrangement next to a window for more...
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------DAYDREAM, READ, NAP, DRINK, EAT, CHILL, PLAY, WORK------
Yes, all is possible in one window seat!
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Don't we all have days when we scroll out of bed with eyes half open? A window side nook is a great setting to yawn and stretch for a bright day ahead!Plus you will pick your daily outfit better just by checking the weather sitting next to a window😊
Of course it will always be a Great curl up area for nite owls with less sleep ! Or if you are a book worm, you can decorate your nook with extra shelves for more books and bury yourself in them and enjoy a special night time reading.
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On the weekends, after breakfast I can't wait to enjoy my morning coffee by a window. So, a bench by the window is an all time favorite feature in almost all of my kitchen designs.
Plus, you can easily sit down and relax even while cooking. A comfy and stylish nook is your perfect spot to read papers or surf the net for a new delightful recipe.
Imagine yourself on a snowy day, wanting to settle by the window to watch the white flakes ! You can take your shoes off, and get warm with blankets on a lovely window seat. It is a winner if placed next to a fireplace. Let's say you have more guests coming in, just pull a side table for entertaining.
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Work work work and no play...NO WAY!!!
Your kids or even pets will love a window seat as much, because, they can easily come and curl up or play by your side. And you can always chill in a WINDOW SEAT for a coffee break .
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MORE TIPS FOR WINDOW SEAT DESIGN
*Have built in drawers underneath the seating area for easy pull out storage!
*Make the cushion thick and soft enough for comfort!
*Build shelving on the walls around the window for extra books, objects to make the space feel bigger!
*Choose easy to open shades or blinds to enjoy plenty of daylight!