Want to use windows to add a fresh style to the client’s home? Here, we look at seven window design ideas to help complete your project in the budget you have in mind.
You have been working on a remodel project with pretty much everything falling in place and in time. But then, at the last minute, the client throws a wrench. They changed their mind and now want more time put into styling their home.
You have been wracking your brain for ideas that fit in the client’s limited budget. And then you have a light bulb moment. You want to use windows to add a fresh style to the client’s home. Here, we look at seven window design ideas to help complete your project in the budget you have in mind.
Bay windows offer several benefits. Not only do they bring in oodles of natural light, they create some additional space while offering awesome views of the gardens. You could provide built-in window seats so your clients can make the most of the cosy space.
Awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward letting in fresh air from all directions. You can install an awning window below, above or along an operating or stationary window.
If the exterior of the home is loaded with expansive roofing, break the monotony by adding in dormer windows. You could use dormer windows to nicely balance the exterior elements of a home or to add some awesome curb appeal.
Add Some Colour
Choose colourful window frames and mullions to add a dash of colour to the exteriors of the home. No matter what material you choose – vinyl, metal or wood – ask your window company to offer frame materials with factory colours infused.
Stained Glass or Etched Glass Windows
Go for designed windows to add an element of interest to the decor of a neutral room while also bringing in light without compromising privacy. The detailing on the glass can be customised to match the decor and architecture of your client’s home.
Shape It Up
Add some character by choosing windows in unique shapes. A shaped window will add some interesting curb appeal while also accentuating the interiors of a room. Today, windows come in a wide range of shapes – fun, formal or classy, take your pick.
Windows are available in a variety of shapes – trapezoid, ellipse, hexagon, eyebrow, round and octagon. Pick a shape that perfectly fits the personality of your client.
Complete Your Project to the Client’s Satisfaction
When you deliver a project by meeting, or even exceeding the client’s expectations, you have succeeded at your role as the architect/designer. Style your client’s home with the above window styles and ideas without exceeding the allocated budget.