- By Sam
Top industry trends for windows and doors 2020
As we enter a new decade, you may have decided that you want to create a new look for your home.
If you’re looking to replace your existing windows and doors this new year or you’re just wanting to give your home a fresh look, we have put together a list of industry window and door trends that you can expect to see in 2020.
Some of which include;
- Black Window Frames
- Window Walls
- Modern Bay Windows
Black Window Frames
Black window frames were a popular choice in 2019 with many homeowners looking to add a more dramatic effect to their property. The trend towards black frames on both the interior and exterior of modern homes seems to be here to stay, as the colour pallet for darker colours seems to be expanding.
While the bold look of black frames is often associated with modern-style, it is one of the most versatile decor options available. The distinct look of black frames can be enjoyed by any style of home – modern or traditional.
A Transom window is a narrow window that is located over the top of a window or door transom. Transom windows come in many different styles and are a great way to utilise the full height and width of a wall by bringing in as much light as possible. If you’re looking to bring more light into your home, then transom windows are a great way to do it.
2019 was definitely the year of light, with many people opting for bi-fold doors and floor to ceiling windows. This feature does not only increase natural light into a property but maximises the amount of living space. Homeowners are opting for more glass and less frame, creating a trend that is pushing manufacturers to create windows that increase the windows viewing area.
Modern Bay Windows
A bay window is a combination of three windows with varying widths that create an angled look as it extends from the wall. Bay windows have always been a highly desirable style of windows to have in the home, probably because they are a great way to increase space and light. Although bay windows are not a new feature, the push to include bay windows in remodels seems to be on the rise.
A sidelight is a narrow, vertical window positioned next to an entry door or patio doors. It helps to bring additional light into tight profile spaces and are often combined with a transom window. To help create an entrance that will stand out and help increase the natural light in your home, sidelights are an excellent add-on.
Indeluxe Windows and Doors
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