Windows Where Walls Meet
Having windows where walls meet is not a common sight but it has an eye-catching effect making the room seem more spacious and airy as it allows more natural light to pass into the room. This can be utilized, by setting up an office or a reading nook, or anything else that requires strong light in this corner.
Windows For Your Bathroom
Windows in bathrooms are usually small in size and high on the walls due to keep the room private. Larger windows would actually improve the aesthetics and the functional purpose of the room. Having larger windows will allow more light to enter the room, you will be able to see better in mirrors when you are shaving, washing or putting on cosmetics. The privacy issue can be solved by using frosted glass that can’t be seen through.
Windows For Your Hallways
Hallways are often dark and in shadow for most of the day, as there are rarely windows present. Homes are now being designed with hallways against the outer walls of the house, allowing windows to be added. Placing large windows allows much more light to pass into the hall making it bright and more appealing.
Windows For Your Stairs
Staircases need a window otherwise they tend to be dark and gloomy. The location of the staircase in most homes usually means that some of it are positioned where the external wall is located and therefore there are windows. These are often found where the landing of the staircase is. The benefits of having a window on the staircase are the same as the hall. Much more light, which for safety reasons is obviously a good thing. In addition, you can use your electricity less which may save you money on your electric bill.