3 Ways to Decorate a Room with Floor-to-Ceiling WindowsMarch 21, 2017
Floor-to-ceiling windows are a great design feature for homes with lush outdoor views. However, figuring out how to decorate a room with these windows can be tricky, as you want to enjoy an uninterrupted view. If you have floor-to-ceiling windows or are planning to get them, [company_name] can help with your interior design. Here are three useful tips from your leading window company:
1. Keep the Windows Clear
The best way to draw viewers’ attention to the view outside is to keep the windows clear, especially if your interior can only hold one large window. For best effect, we advise against installing window treatments and positioning tall furniture or anything large against the windows. If you need to economize the room space, consider placing a coffee table and equally low-height seats, bean bags, or bookshelves by the window. Make sure that the bottoms of the windows are visible from most angles.
You don’t have to worry about your coffee table books or rugs fading from the sunlight with our High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass options. They reflect harmful UV and infrared rays, preventing damage on your valuables.
2. Angle Your Furniture Toward the Windows
Position the couch and/or chairs so they face the windows. If your windows happen to be oriented east-to-west and you need less direct sunlight, you may want to invest in shades. For bedrooms, automated blinds are a great option as you can adjust them without getting out of bed.
3. Invest in a Patio Door
If your room is adjacent to a backyard or an upper-level balcony, create a seamless design by installing large glass doors. We can install grille-less patio doors that you can customize with various colors, finishes, and hardware to complement your windows.
If you need a window contractor for a new set of floor-to-ceiling windows, call Renewal by Andersen of Eastern New York today at [company_phone] to learn more about our options. You can also fill out our contact form to schedule a free, no obligation consultation.