Your windows are highly practical, allowing natural light to bathe the
inside of your home. They can also be impressive statements such as an
antique stained glass piece or a regal bay window. Here are some of the
ways your windows impact your home’s interior design. Enlist the
help of a window professional if you’re planning a home remodel
or window-replacement project.
Windows Bring in Natural Light
Windows are invaluable in homes, bringing in much needed sunlight to what
are essentially closed-off, contained spaces. Homes that are illuminated
with a lot of natural light feel cozy and relaxing, and right. If you
have the means to build your home from the foundation up, be sure you
come up with a design that incorporates many windows.
Vary Window Sizes, Styles, and Shapes
When it comes to the
types of windows you can choose for your home, the sky really is the limit. Follow your
own design aesthetic and sensibilities, or hire an interior designer to
take the lead. There is no universal design rule when it comes to windows.
Choose windows that are practical, and that feel right to you. In nontraditional
spaces, or rooms that are oddly shaped, experiment with a combination
of window shapes and sizes. Also, be sure to utilize skylights and clerestory
windows for dramatic effect.
Install Windows That Compliment Your Home or Room
Work closely with your architect, window contractor, and interior designer
when designing your home. Choose windows that compliment your home’s
overall style—or the style of a themed or specialty room. Place
windows around your home that maximize the light from the sun throughout the day.
Dress Your Windows
Window treatments are important design concerns. Frame your windows with
architecturally interesting valances and curtains, and be mindful when
choosing blinds, shutters, or other window dressings.
For over 20 years,
Window World has been committed to providing our customers with the best services and
products. We specialize in replacement window installation, energy-efficient
windows, and window treatments near Orlando. Contact us today at (407) 734-2996.