Across all industries, the overwhelming trend in anything to do with design and self-expression is: freedom to do what you want, use materials you are comfortable with, and add items or accessories that please you. In short, there are no rules except to avoid over-expression and unnecessary clutter and always, always choose quality over cost.
Doesn’t this sound like the ideal set-up for anyone pondering the idea of a house renovation? For instance did you know that replacing windows and doors can already affect a major cosmetic change in the way your house looks inside and out? The transformation can be astonishing!
Some ideas you can consider include:
If you replace your windows, let the work speak about your personality. Leave the windows alone without curtains or blinds! The result will be a sleek and modern, fresh aesthetic that can take some getting used to but you will eventually feel freer and unencumbered.
From washable paint to decals, you can add some whimsical fun and excitement to your windows especially in your children’s playroom and bedroom. Art can take different forms and transform a room as often as you want without making a dent on your bank account.
If you are feeling adventurous, you can opt for an art window in an unusual shape instead of sticking to the traditional hard rectangular or square shapes. Of course if you do this, you will have to get the best professional window replacement company to handle the project so as to avoid the usual issues like leaks and poor insulation. Some of modern window shapes today include elliptical arc, half moon, octagon, triangle, or even a springline shape. If you do go down this route, be advised that most odd-shaped windows are permanently closed. However, you will get amazing effects and a lot of natural sunlight and, not to mention, a one-of-a-kind house.
Did you know that the first window screen was made of cheesecloth? After the cheesecloth was replaced by steel wire, it became common to see artwork on the screens in the early 1900s. Today, the screens in the market range from adjustable screens to retractable screens. There are also fiberglass and aluminum screens aside from the traditional and specialty screens such as the solar, tiny insect screens, and the pet-resistant screens.
Replacing old worn-out screens can also give a home a welcome make-over that is inexpensive and quick. While it can be a DIY job, the best way to enjoy new screens is having it done professionally because not only do you get an expert guaranteeing zero issues with fit and installation, the result is clean and fuss-free.