Properly installing replacement windows is vital in their durability, performance, and warranty. When choosing the right windows, you should consider the features and options that accentuate your home’s interior design. For example, a transom window helps break up the space inside the room. Additionally, color-contrasting window frames create a striking architectural focal point.
Transom windows help break up the space by adding an open or enclosed look to a room. They can separate two rooms while allowing ample light to enter. These windows are ideal for a home with high ceilings. However, they can be unflattering in a room with low ceilings. Additionally, it can be expensive to replace them.
These types of accent windows can be either fixed or swinging. They are most commonly used over a large interior opening. Some transom windows are fixed and cannot be opened, while others are swinging. Fixed transom windows are typically used for decorative purposes. Swinging transom windows allow for ventilation and can provide access to the room behind. These windows are especially ideal for homes with limited wall space since they do not require as much space as traditional swing-out windows.
Color-Contrasting Window Frames
A window frame that contrasts with the exterior cladding adds visual interest and character to the home. A dark color frame can accent a light-colored exterior and be a focal point of the room. In the past, only white or tan colored frames were available on windows, and these windows were generally low-maintenance and low-reflectivity. Now, replacement windows are open in various colors that complement any home style.
Black window frames are an excellent choice for contemporary homes. The dark color of the frames outlines the beauty of the outside view and can blend with other neutral colors. For a traditional-style house, white frames work … READ MORE