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    Window sill - Architectural elements

    The windowsill, also known as the window ledge, is the horizontal part located inside or outside the window that protrudes from the wall. It provides a flat surface where objects can be placed, decorated, or even used for comfortable seating near the window.

    Here is some additional information about windowsills:

    Materials: Windowsills can be made from various materials such as wood, stone, marble, metal, PVC, aluminum, etc. Each material has its own characteristics in terms of durability, aesthetics, and maintenance.

    Functionality: Windowsills primarily serve as a supporting surface for various objects such as potted plants, trinkets, books, photo frames, etc.

    ... They can also be used as additional space for sitting, relaxing, or reading near the window.

    Aesthetics: Windowsills contribute to the overall aesthetics of the window and the room. They can be designed to match the architectural style of the house and can be customized with ornaments, moldings, engravings, or special finishes to add a decorative touch.

    Installation and Maintenance: Windowsills can be installed during the initial construction of the house or added later to replace an existing windowsill. Depending on the chosen material, they may require regular maintenance to keep them clean and in good condition.

    It is important to consider the size of the windowsill when selecting objects to place on it, to avoid obstructing the view or creating safety issues.

    Here are some windowsill manufacturers in different countries with their websites:

    1. Werzalit (Germany):
    2. Couvreur (France):
    3. Sill-To-Sill (United States):
    4. A.H. Stock Manufacturing Corp. (United States):
    5. Torfenster (Poland):
    6. Marbres Barri (Spain):
    7. NMC sa (Belgium):

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