Request Free Estimate
The naughty or nice list isn’t just limited to people. As the holiday season ramps up and a new year gets closer, exterior home design trends can fall on either side. Read on to learn what could potentially become more outdated in 2023 and what’s more likely to stick around.
Looking for better curb appeal, home performance and more? Leave these trends in 202
The wrong curtains inside your home can affect the exterior appeal of your windows. Try to consider what size and style best complements your windows, and what might limit their look. Remember that high-quality windows can do many of the things you expect your curtains to do too, like helping keep warmth in during the winter and out during the warmer months.
You may not be thinking about window or door replacements if yours aren’t outright broken. But the truth is, even if they still look good, they can be costing you money and comfort with their lesser insulation and construction. Instead, opt for highly recognized products that look great and have technical specs to back them up.
Your windows are a crucial part of the story your home tells. So while it may be tempting to play it safe and keep things minimal, customizing your exterior products to express your personal style can help you stand out in all the right ways (it can even be cost effective).
Homeowners practicing these trends should have a coal-free season and 2023!
Natural-yet-standout colors are coming back in a big way, particularly when it comes to your front door. If your home is lighter in color, a darker, warmer-shade door can be the perfect accent for it. Window World entry doors are available in a variety of colors, including a “hunter” green, an “eggplant” purple and a “valli” red.
There’s never been a better time to try something new with your entryway. While there’s nothing wrong with the classics, why not try a style that’s a little more personal? If you need help running through options, expert help is only a click or call away.
You don’t have to choose between visually appealing windows and doors and cost-saving and eco-friendly ones. At Window World, we offer all-in-one products made with energy-efficient technologies to look and function exactly how you want.
|Our windows have:||Our doors have:|
|Low-E glass for maintaining your home’s internal temperature.||Airtight weatherstripping to prevent drafts.|
|Warm-edge spacers for better insulation and energy savings.||Insulated cores for better insulation.|
|Vinyl framing for sealing out drafts and unwanted weather.||Composite frames that resist rotting, rusting and warping.|
Whether the nice list has been checked once or twice, Window World of Connecticut has been at the top since 1995—and for good reason. Because while exterior design trends change, the style and benefits of Window World products and services don’t. To get started, request your free in-home or virtual consultation.