Thanks to the large selection of colours and decors, the window sill can be designed to match any interior design and contributes to the harmonious overall appearance of any home. For example, you can install an internal window sill in the same material as your uPVC window. A classic white makes the window boards fit smoothly into a modern bedroom. In the kitchen, a fine marble decor on a uPVC window sill combines easy maintenance with a chic style. If you prefer dark shades, a grey or dark wood finish prooves true to colour even in very sunny rooms.
But internal window boards are not only a convenient space for plant pots and other decorative elements. On windows24.com, you can configure a resilient uPVC window board or choose a strong material combination of pressed wood. This allows for sills with a width of up to 550 mm. With a window board this wide – and a few cushions for comfort – you can easily turn the space into a cosy window nook. This is a highlight in any room! During the customization of your window sill, you can always keep an eye on your budget. With every selection you make, the price is calculated in real-time and allows you to find the perfect balance between cost efficiency and comfortable features. For example, for a simple white sill, you can select the square Werzalit compact model if you prefer a design without a bullnose edge.
The price of internal window sills is mainly determined by the chosen material and the dimensions. Stone window sills add a great visual highlight to any room, however, they are much colder to the touch in winter than uPVC window sills. If the elegant appearance of a stone sill is essential for you, you can simply choose a stone decor. uPVC is much more resistant to scratches than natural stone and easier to clean. Especially if you want to use the space in front of your window for houseplants, the window sill needs to require low maintenance. Oak window boards can still often be found in older buildings. Just like windows made of soft or hardwood, these wooden window sills need regular care like treating them with sandpaper. They are sensitive to any excess water from plants and pots can leave water marks, especially so, if the sill is not laminated. A painted wooden sill needs less maintenance but sunlight and differences in temperature can damage the paint over time. A window sill made of PVC, on the other hand, is waterproof and weatherproof and supports the energy efficiency of the window.