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What Does a Bow Window Look like?

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A bow window is simply a variation of the bay window and both windows project outward from the flat surface of a wall providing extra space and light. It is named after its slightly curved shape and looks like the curve of a bow. There are different types of bow windows made from various materials such as curved glass and glass panels.
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