Not many homeowners know this, but windows can make as much of an impact on your home’s interior as they can on your exterior. They play a significant role in your overall design scheme, so it pays to get them right to ensure a harmonious interior. In this post, window installation provider Renewal by Andersen® of Denver shares window design tips for your home’s interior.
We recommend installing wider windows on your home’s second floor—you’ll have better views of the scenery outside from the upper floors.
The Room’s Dimensions
Window replacement experts recommend taking full advantage of the natural lighting and ventilation that windows provide. For small rooms, you can have wide windows installed to let in more sunlight. Natural lighting can make cramped rooms feel larger and more spacious.
Of course, too much sunlight can be a problem, especially in spacious living areas. If your living room has tall walls, have high windows installed. The angle of the windows should regulate the amount of sunlight entering your room, as well as keep it cooler by letting cool air move in and hot air out.
The Room’s Function
On the subject of ventilation, it’d be a good idea to install windows that are easy to open, like sliding windows, in areas that require optimal airflow. Such areas can be your kitchen or bathroom. Another thing you should remember is that you can’t separate function from design—they’re closely intertwined.
Contractor’s Level of Expertise
Installation errors can damage your new windows. To make sure they’re installed properly, only hire experienced window installation contractors like Renewal by Andersen of Denver. Pros like us will make sure to get the job done right the first time, everytime.
Give us a call at (303) 968-3287 or fill out our contact form for a free estimate. We serve clients in Denver and Colorado Springs, CO.