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Shadow Box Bay Window Beautifies Mars Kitchen


Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Mars, PA
  • Age of Structure: Unknown
  • Area of Structure Involved: Kitchen
  • Window Materials Used: Wood


Exterior view of open casement window over kitchen sink

Interior view of old casement window with blinds over kitchen sink


Exterior view of new wood casement windows

Interior view of new wood casement windows over kitchen sink

This Mars, Pennsylvania, homeowner wanted a window over their kitchen sink that would open up their kitchen more and create more depth on their counter.

We installed a shadow box bay window in replacement of flat casement windows.

The beautiful new wood window creates more space on the countertop and opens up the whole room. The window also gives a better sight line into the backyard. The homeowner loves the end look and can't believe how much the simple upgrade changed their kitchen.

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About The Author

David DeSimone is the Retail Segment Manager of the Gunton Corporation's Pittsburgh region. He has been with Gunton for over 35 years serving various different roles, including over 15 years leading our retail segment. David's greatest strengths are customer satisfaction, drive, and leadership. When David is not a work, he enjoys fishing, Judo, and spending time with his family.  He and his wife along with their two children were born and reside in Pittsburgh, PA.

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