Choose Larger Windows
Want to open your room even further? Select larger windows; it’s the simplest way you can bring the outdoors inside your home. In reality, the primary objective here is to brighten your indoors and make the whole area look more spacious.
Privacy can be a concern, however. Also, you may think the entire wall space can benefit from additional artwork or furniture. For this, you can have the windows installed high on your wall. Natural light will still flood your interior but from an appropriate height. Transoms can be incorporated into your existing window or door for added style. Turn to one of the local window companies to learn about other design options.
Create Continuous Views
For this idea, you can pick one side: patio doors or windows. The former creates a wall of glass that instantly revamps any dark interior into a bright one while framing a larger outdoor vista. You should have enough wall space to accommodate sliding or hinged patio doors.
Otherwise, you can always turn to the latter. A row of picture windows works well, with casement windows a great substitute if you want ventilation. Speaking to a window professional can point you to other options you may not have considered.Abby Windows & Exteriors is one of the top window installation contractors in the area. When you work with our expert installers, you can expect your project to be completed as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Call us today at (414) 209-0404 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation.
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