Window and Door Design Trends to Fit Your Individuality
People express themselves in all facets of life. Whether it is their clothing, music or home, originality and vision can be found everywhere you look. There are many 2016 design trends to fit your type, achievable with the Pella practice.
Color – The 2016 design trend for your doorway is to stand
out from the pavement. For guests,
people passing by and yourself, the entryway is a simple
way to portray your style. Experts suggest
to choose two shades from the like color strip to act as
your house color and trim. A 2016 design trend is to add a
strong color, or darker shade to make your door pop with personality. Pella has a color for practically
from colorful stains to adventurous paint
colors. Although you want your front door to stand out, make sure it is still
aesthetically appealing and accentuates your home’s vibe.
Display – If you are on the quest for new windows but can’t
find a frame you love, this 2016 design
trend is for you. A square window is a secure design choice,
but it’s not for everyone. For the homeowners who want to be different,
Architect® Series is
your a-ha moment. With the ability to bring your dream
to life, Pella creates windows fine-tuned to your unique
vision. From grille patterns to textured glass, you can accomplish
your dream exterior home look. Another 2016 design trend to
consider is how you display your window. Take thought
into what people will view when the curtains aren’t covering
up the view indoors. Hang a chandelier or put
a flower pot in the window sill for eye appealing placement.
- Accentuate Your Style – Are you classic, contemporary or eccentric? Another 2016 design trend is having a home to represent yourself. If you are a traditional style guru, focus on bringing in natural sunlight with an open sunroom. The addition of uncovered windows allows sunshine to emphasize neutral colored rooms. Custom windows benefit you to personalize extra-tall windows to reach maximum sunshine intake. For contemporary homeowners, highlight your exterior by using highly contrasted window trim and home colors. The color combination often used by contemporary homeowners is white and black; this creates the highest contrast possible and emphasizes the fresh lines of contemporary window types.