A window sill can come in many styles and will of course give a different impression depending on window house style. However, after over 100 years, this is still considered being THE window sill engraved in the Swedish mind.
|"Blomsterfönstret" from 1894 by Swedish painter Carl Larsson.|
|A window sill with flower pots lives in the heart of many Swedes.|
|Typical window sill in a Swedish apartment from the 40's and 50's.|
|Flooring works well for a window sill, here with wood from pear trees.|
|An Austrian window sill. Otherwise hard sunlight, get softened by the plants. Imagine what the same kitchen would look like without the window sill and plants...|
So how did my window sill turn out? Really well, I have to say. It was installed today and decorated before the builders even left the driveway. It still needs paint, though.