Bow Windows

With four or more panes, the bow window brings in more light to your living space while accentuating outdoor views.

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Bay and Bow windows can be used in many different architectural settings. Their dramatic extension from a home adds architectural accent to an exterior wall. Bay and Bow windows can be flanked with casement or single hung windows for ventilation and additional light.

A bay window is a combination of three windows of avarying widths that dramatically extend from your home. Very similar to bow windows, bay windows make a great addition to a living room or master bedroom. They accentuate the view by dividing it into different planes. They also bring in more light and give a feeling of spaciousness to a room.

A bow window is very similar to a bay window, except it's composed of four or more windows joined at equal angles to form a more even curve. Like a bay window, a bow window makes a great addition to a living room or master bedroom. It accentuates the view by dividing it into different planes. It also brings in more light and gives a feeling of spaciousness to a room.

For both bay and bow windows, any of the window panels can be an operating style, such as a casement or single hung.

Explore Milgard bay and bow windows by product line or frame material below. 

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Tuscany® Series

A beautiful, premium vinyl window crafted from Milgard's proprietary formula.
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Montecito® Series

Montecito Series® vinyl windows are specially designed for new construction.
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Ultra™ / WoodClad™ Series

Beautiful to look at ---- with little upkeep required, Ultra™ Series fiberglass windows are built to last. A WoodClad™ Series option offers the warmth of a wood veneer interior.
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Aluminum Bow Window

Accentuate your view with a bow window. They also bring in more light and give a feeling of spaciousness to a room.
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