A good window replacement can add sophistication and elegance to your traditional or contemporary living space. It will also give a distinctive look by providing angular shapes and curves. Renewal by Andersen® of Portland shares some unique window ideas for a stunning interior and exterior.
1. Double-Hung Windows
Fill one wall with these windows and continue around the corner. This will give an illusion of a wider bedroom space. The space above the head can be occupied by half windows. They allow air circulation control since they outward from the bottom.
2. Window Walls
Your replacement windows can be customized as massive spans of commercial-grade glass. This is a perfect floor-to-ceiling window idea for your home. You can also use awning windows that open outward or casement windows that can be flipped on their sides.
3. Clerestory Window
The origin of this window design can be traced back to the construction of Gothic cathedrals. You can incorporate a quatrefoil clerestory window to your home by placing it above your entry door. The decorative window will enhance any Mediterranean-inspired house while illuminating the space.
4. Diamond-Shaped Panes
A modern take on the Tudor architectural design can make your living space more appealing. You can match these narrow window patterns to your window seat. Add some decorative treatments to complete the look.
5. Focal-Point Window
A large arched window can draw eyes into the room. A bay window with paneled inserts installed on the upper windows can create a bold statement. Keep this window bare; placing curtains or shades can obstruct the view.
At Renewal by Andersen of Portland, our replacement windows are made of high-quality and durable materials that guarantee long-lasting performance. They are also built with High-Performance™ Low-E4® SmartSun™ glass that’s 70% more energy-efficient during summer and 45% more energy-efficient during winter. To learn more, call us at (503) 419-3960. We serve different areas in Oregon, including Salem, Lake Oswego and Portland, OR.