Windows over sinks tend to draw the eye, which means that this small area in your kitchen has a lot of visual responsibility. Taking some time to dress it up — even a little bit — can change the entire look and feel of the room, and reward you tenfold.
Erin of Francoise et Moi painted the window frame a pretty blue to make it stand out, and topped it off with brass hardware.
Elizabeth and Jeremy have plant vines trained around the perimeter of the window, which is both a beautifully organic and unusual decorating decision.
A cornice box really finished off a window and, in the case of this kitchen from A Beautiful Mess, provides a little dab of hot pink.
Two sconces on either side of sink from House & Home (via Halcyon Style) frame the window nicely and call your attention to the view outside.
Sometimes it's as simple as adding a single pendant light to add movement and give the window some personality. Via Lonny.
This kitchen makeover from My Domaine involved a classic roman shade which added color and pattern to the all-white kitchen.
This decorative door hanging looks great hanging on a window instead, and fits this Bohemian home seen on Design Sponge.
Jennifer Rizzo’s kitchen window is framed by a couple of wooden brackets, which dress it up without needing a curtain.