With so many styles and designs of windows on the market today, where do you find your window inspiration? At Window World TX, we have years of experience with window designs and installations, but that doesn’t stop us from browsing the web for new and beautiful ways to add Window World TX windows to your home. From a clean, country kitchen to a mediterranean marvel, anything is possible with the right windows. Check out a few of our favorite designs, and how you can create them in your own home with Window World TX windows, below!
This white kitchen looks fantastic with its clean lines, crown molding and small pops of color. When redecorating at home, don’t forget to incorporate interior light like they did here. In addition to an abundance of natural light, the sconces provide visual warmth in an otherwise cool-toned room. You can recreate this look with Window World TX Picture Windows with white colonial grids. Picture windows are the perfect partner to crown molding. What picture doesn’t need a frame?
This bright and beautiful sitting room has geometric flare thanks to its statement window. You can capture this look at home with a Circle Top shape window from Window World TX. The juxtaposition of curved edges and the colonial grid’s straight lines adds extra dimension, without overwhelming you with shapes, by drawing eyes to the view outside. That dimension allows you to be bold with furniture and accent prints like they did above.
This modern mediterranean home showcases picture windows, shape windows, bay windows and even french doors off the balcony upstairs! The best thing about this design is that the neutral stucco lets the bold windows and doors do all the talking. The color coordination works perfectly to achieve an inviting, homey feel. Where glass skyscrapers appear cold, this home achieves a warm look by opting for rich wood grids.
For new construction, window replacements and more, give us a call at Window World TX! We’re happy to assist you with the design, selection and installation of your new windows! Until then, check out Houzz and Pinterest for windows that inspire your inner designer!