Colors play an important role in any home improvement project. From discussing replacement options with your roofing contractor to choosing interior and exterior trims on windows, it’s crucial to find colors and color combinations that will enhance the curb appeal of your home. Unfortunately, making color decisions are one of those things that is easier said than done.
The trim around your windows (and sometimes, doors) act as a frame for the glass and accent pieces for your exterior. You want a color that strikes a balance between standing out as a visual point of interest while still blending in seamlessly with the rest of the architectural features. Let our design experts at D-Wing Construction offer you some advice on choosing interior and exterior colors for your replacement windows.
Consider Your Construction
The current architectural design of your home should be the foundation for all your design decisions, from siding colors right down to window cornice styles. Traditional homes may lean more toward warmer tones such as reds and browns, while modern homes usually prefer darker and high-contrast colors. Contemporary motifs have a wider palette of shades to choose from as they can make almost any color work.
Consistency in Colors
There is a school of thought in design that advocates the use of a single color for both the interior and exterior trims of a window. However, it’s better to take this on a case-by-case basis. If you’re lucky, you can find a color that complements the palettes of both your interior and your exterior, however, don’t be afraid to mix, match and explore other possibilities as well.
At D-Wing Construction, we are more than a roof installation contractor. We also offer replacement windows, doors and a wide range of general contracting services. Give us a call at (630) 688-5160 or fill out our contact form to request a free estimate and get one step closer to your home improvement goals today. We serve homeowners in Saint Charles, IL, and nearby areas.