Trends for doors and windows

Trends for doors and windows

If your resolution this year is to give your home a new look, then windows and doors may be one of the first places to begin with. Some important trends are:    

Transitional Living More commonly known as the indoor or outdoor living  trend, transitional Living is something where interior and exterior spaces flow together seamlessly. Today, transitional living is redefining home designs. The  trend  has consistently dominated design demands for the consumers who are looking for open floor plans and outdoor entertainment spaces. The blending of the natural environment with the home has spurred the development of sliding glass windows and doors.

Creative Window Frames  - Homeowners are gradually gaining interest in window frame options and colours beyond the typical white colour. They look forward to creative wooden frames, classy bronze or muted neutral colours on window frames.

Upgraded Glass Stronger and better glass options are trendsetters in the market. You can also expect to see a rise in insulated and fibreglass-reinforced window glasses in the upcoming months. Strong glass means a lower likelihood of your windows succumbing to damage. It also holds a higher level of energy efficiency and longer durability than the other traditional glass options. When it comes to increasing the value of a home, owners generally prefer guaranteed investments. Thus, these glass options remain as a steady feature in the trending window qualities of  2018. In short, you can expect a higher level of aesthetic features, efficiency and durability in the  trends  of  2018.  

Smart Windows  -  Everything in homes and offices is going wireless. With this in mind, various manufacturers have started to produce digital windows that perform neat functions. For instance, some of them are equipped with sensor glasses which use environmental triggers to adjust the window tint allowing less or more heat or light to enter your homes.  In fact, many window experts have predicted that future windows will be equipped with connective glass with the ability to connect with Smartphones.

Shutters -  In 2018, buyers are going for shutters that provide superior light control and privacy with exceptional craftsmanship, long-lasting finishes, and classic styling. These are also versatile products that are easy to care and safe for families with young children.  They are the perfect choice for your home as they will also enhance the existing design and  architecture  of your home.

Bolder is Better  - Doors and windows are getting bigger. Larger door sizes wider than three feet, higher than seven feet make a bold statement. For colour, your front door doesn't need to stick to the traditional red, black, or white. One of the most recent design trends in windows and doors is using found objects and reclaimed wood for entryways and window casings to give a unique, rich look. Choose floor to ceiling windows to let in maximum light and give your home an open, welcoming feel. Consider replacing an entire wall with glass, or update older windows with stained glass. If you choose a colour palette rather than natural colours. Liven up your space with jewel tones, metallic fabrics, and geometric patterns. Adorn simple window treatments with a texture, like beads, metal accents and eye-catching tie-backs. Be sure to layer your draperies with sheer and opaque fabrics to allow for both light and privacy.

Insulation and Heat Values  - Insulated windows are used in an attempt to maintain interior temperatures as cost-effectively as possible… you don't want to run the air conditioner all day in the summer, and you don't want to blast the heater for long periods in the winter. It's estimated that you can lose 20 to 30 percent or more of heat or cooling in your house through poorly insulated windows. Replacing windows can make good economic sense and add to your comfort level while indoors.

The hottest trend in window and doors is energy efficiency. After all, windows and doors play a huge role in sustainability efforts and saving money on energy bills. And old window or door can let air out of the home, resulting in higher bills for homeowners. This has led to more window and door replacements in older homes. Upgrading them to newer and more efficient models.

Monumental Doors  - As the next evolutionary step in connecting a house with its surroundings, grand-scale doors add flexibility and enhances the quality of home life. In those parts of the country where weather conditions are more consistent, monumental doors will become a much more common order for new homes and remodels.

Smart Homes  - Homes are getting smarter with the technical features that help an owner to stay connected with his home even while they're away.  


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