Bay windows are wonderful spaces to decorate. In living areas and bedrooms, bay windows can be dressed up with window seats, draperies, or with combinations of blinds or shades and curtains. In the kitchen, you can get even more creative with how you choose to decorate a bay window.
When your bay window is behind the kitchen sink, you can consider including some very charming décor elements. And remember, most people spend a great deal of time in the kitchen, so it’s important to decorate it in a way that really pleases the senses.
Here are some decorating ideas for your kitchen sink’s bay window:
- Live plants – Take advantage of the air and the sunlight coming through your window by decorating it with live plants. Choose potted plants in different sizes and heights, and use a variety of colored pots. You can also include aromatic herbs that could be used in cooking or simply to provide a wonderful fragrance in your kitchen.
- Ceramic Roosters – A collection of farmhouse-style ceramic roosters could look wonderful in a bay window behind the kitchen sink, giving your home a warm, country feel. You might also accessorize with teapots or cookie jars to complete the look.
- Apothecary Jars – Display a collection of clear, apothecary jars in different shapes, sizes, and heights. Change their contents according to the season. For example, faux berries and silk green holly would be appropriate for winter, while mini pumpkins and silk leaves would be fitting during fall.
- Elegant Candles – A collection of candles would look great in a kitchen bay window. White candles of different heights and styles would be particularly elegant in a white kitchen. You could also use battery-operated candles on top of candlesticks for a safer alternative.