One of the many considerations when it comes to choosing replacement windows is making sure they suit your property’s interior design and exterior appearance. Your choice of color, after all, will have an impact on the entire house in terms of how it looks. That’s why window replacement experts recommend putting a lot of thought into picking the right interior and exterior trim colors. Continue reading for some tips to keep in mind.
Consider Your Home’s Exterior
Take a good look at the color palette of your home exteriors. Depending on the architectural style, you can choose to match or contrast your exterior window trim with the siding, roof and front door. Whether you want your windows to stand out or blend in with the walls is entirely up to you.
Choose Between Warm and Cool Colors
Window trim colors usually fall on either of the two groups: warm and cool. Warm hues include shades of red, yellow, brown or orange. They are characterized by earthy tones and a back-to-nature color palette that’s well-suited for traditional homes. Cool hues include blues, purples and grays. They present a great fit for more contemporary architecture. Window contractors can guide you through these color choices, making sure your choice matches your home’s overall style.
Never Go Overboard With Color Trends
It is fun to keep up with the current trends, but it should be as minimal as possible. This is especially true when investing in new windows. Whether you’re deciding on a trim color for the interior or exterior, remember that your choice will likely be there for years or even decades.
In addition to providing siding replacement and roof maintenance services, Roof Masters also specializes in window installations. We offer Energy Swing™ replacement windows that come in a wide range of styles and configurations. Our experts can help you choose the best style to match your home’s décor or to mix and match styles to create a unique architectural look.
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