A low window can work perfectly as a featured area in a kitchen as storage for useful items or as an opportunity to display a collection.
Note the simple lines, the lack of molding and consistency of decorative details-very calming
I like the proportions of the small to large windows, asymmetrical and the functional small one seems to closely match the far left small window in size.
I do believe that without this large window, the cabinetry at the left might be somewhat oppressive-glass doors and window relate beautifully to one another.
These windows are not overly large, but the lightness in cabinetry and on the walls does a big job in reflecting more light-a great solution!
This is THE way to get the outdoors in! Install the window at the countertop level and design it to be a fixed glass. Side lights add needed ventilation. Perfection.
A small window but lots of open interior space work hand in hand to avoid feeling confined.
A great way to add light, in the backsplash. Sure, it's controversial to have a window behind the range. I do know someone who's lived with it and reports back that it is a non issue!
A fantastic way to add natural light, and an abundance. It's a good idea, as shown, to add a continuous line of windows to maximize natural lighting.
If only a small window is possible, add COLOR! Color brightens a space, not to mention lifting one's spirits!