Each and every year, the interior design industry surprises us with some amazing trends that all home owners would like to take advantage of. The fastest and less costly way to adapt to these ever changing trends is to just simply focus on your window screens. As we all know, windows are an integral part of the home’s exterior design and interior feel. The best thing about this is that windows can be easily changed without shelling out too much money or undergoing a tedious home improvement project. Because of this, experts recommend being up to date with window trends every year so you can update the look of your home easily and more cost efficiently.
With that in mind, here are some window trends to look out for this 2015:
Keep it Natural, Light and Bright.
We all loved the privacy that heavy curtains and valences have provided us for so many years but the trend for this year calls for the removal and take down of these items. Gone are the days when the only thing that can provide us light is our light bulbs at home. Let us all welcome the era when letting in bright natural light is the “in” thing to do. If you want to make your home look more spacious, trendy and inviting, then opt for minimal design on your windows. If you wish to boost the amount of natural light that comes inside your home, then bay, bow and transom window is your best bet.
The Odder The Better
If you wish to change both the interior and exterior look of your home, special window shapes is the best option. These special shaped windows are currently increasing in popularity because of its ability to improve the curb appeal of the home and creating a statement piece inside any room. Some of the popular shapes for windows include trapezoids, half circles, ovals, arches, triangles and many more. These special shaped windows help to improve not just the look but the value of your home as well.
This is one trend that is continuously topping the charts year after year. Up until now, majority of home owners still prioritize energy efficiency above all. Today, different companies introduce newer replacement windows that are more energy efficient than the ones that have been released 5 to 10 years ago. Because of this, you may wish to reconsider replacing your old windows with newer energy efficient ones. Although this type of windows will not have any direct impact on the look of your home, this has positive effects on your home’s functionality and efficiency.
Thanks to various window replacement service providers, updating the look of your home has never been this easy. Choose any or incorporate all of the trends mentioned above and you will have a home that looks trendy on the outside and warm, bright and energy efficient in the inside.
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