How To Choose The Right Colour For Your Windows?

Coloured uPVC Windows & Frames

So you’ve decided to get a new window colour for your home? It’s time to start thinking about which colour choices would suit your home. Whether you are looking for a traditional style or a modern style, choosing the perfect colour can vastly improve the look of your home.

There are a few things to consider before picking a colour for your home. Each year there seems to be a new colour trending in peoples homes. Although it may seem like a safe choice, you are better choosing a colour that will stand the test of time.

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Does My Window Colour Matter?

Windows are one of the first things people notice about our homes. They can drastically change the look and feel of your home, depending on the colour. Additionally, think of how your windows will look if you decide to sell your property. Outdated colour choices could lead to a decrease in property interest.

Possible Colour Choices

Dark Colours

A dark window can provide a fashionable, smooth surface. Dark grey and anthracite grey are excellent examples of this. Furthermore, it will give you the feeling that your windows and frames are uniform.

Bright And Vibrant Colours

Bright colours and white window frames will make your windows stand out and create a focal point on the outside of your property.

Glossy Frames

Glossy frames will make your colour choice stand out. Your windows will pop and look distinct. Alternatively, a matt frame will blend and won’t distract from the rest of your home.

Think of how you can use contrasting colours, how can you blend your windows with your door or guttering. Different colours can generate stunning windows with a beautiful appearance. If you are unsure about what is best, speak to a local home improvements team and they will be able to offer some advice. However, it all comes down to personal preference. Play around with colour varieties that you think would work best for you.

How should you decide?

The most common colours include white, black and grey. They are all stylish choices and will still look good for years to come. Don’t forget when deciding on what is best for you to take into consideration your fascias and gutters. If you are interested in our range of windows, click here to take a look at our fantastic range of windows for your home.

Only you can decide on which colours are best for your home and our team of specialists will be happy to help with any queries you may have. Contact our team today on 01744 611 203.

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