Choosing the finish of your replacement windows is as important as choosing its style or materials. The right color choice can make your windows stand out, boosting curb appeal. [company_name] is a trusted window company that offers several colors and finishes that will fit any color scheme. Here are things you should consider when choosing the colors for your replacement windows:
You should always consider your home’s existing color scheme when planning this home improvement project. Choose a window color that will compliment your exterior without coming on too strong or visually loud. The color wheel can serve as a guide if you need an idea of what complimentary color you should choose. If your exterior has bricks, stonework, or masonry, you will need window frame colors that will work with their natural finishes.
Varying Color Scheme
If your home’s existing color scheme is somewhat varied or inconsistent, consider choosing neutral-colored windows. You can stick with safe colors like white or black. At Renewal by Andersen, our neutral shades include canvas, sandstone, Terratone®, cocoa bean, and dark bronze. These colors will blend in with most exterior palettes.
You can also opt for natural wood finishes for your new windows. If you have a home based on traditional architecture or interior traditional materials like wood paneling or molding, natural wood finishes will be perfect. We currently offer pine, oak, or maple finishes for the inside of your windows.
To make color choice easy, you can check out our Visualizer. This simple online tool lets you try virtually any window color and style on an actual photo of your home. It lets you save your design so you can present it to one of our consultants. This ensures that you will get the exact color you want.