When you purchase new windows you have the choice of what color you want them (the frame) to be, you aren’t stuck with just white. However, homeowners need to remember that the color that they choose for their windows will affect how their homes look on the outside. If they choose a color that doesn’t work well with the current color of the outside of their home, they either have to live with the combination or the house will have to be repainted.
So choose carefully.
Your Exterior Window Color Choices
Our windows come in different colors for you to choose from for both the exterior and the interior. Here are just some of the exterior colors that we have available:
White – it’s hard to go wrong with white, it matches everything
Canvas– an off-white that works well with other colors
Terratone – a darker shade of gray that will match most colors that you choose for the outside of your home
Red Rock – a gorgeous deep red that can be hard to match with other colors, but when it does the effect is breathtaking
Sandtone – a lighter gray than the Terratone, it is a more toned down color that will blend in the background against others colors
Dark Bronze – a shade of brown that will match other earth colors for your home
Cocoa Bean – a darker brown, this color goes well with light and earth tones
Black – this color works well to outline your windows against the other colors on the outside of your home
Forest Green – a darker shade than your traditional green, it works well with other earth tones
For the inside of your home, we offer our windows in:
White Really Isn’t That Bad
Just because you aren’t stuck with white, doesn’t mean that you can’t purposely choose white. White is a great color to use on your windows if you want to lighten up the feel of a dark colored house. It is also a great color to use if you want to tone down a bright colored home.
To help you chose the best color of window that will work for your home, contact one of our window specialists today.