Interior Window Colours – Unlimited Choices at Unitech!March 8, 2019 4:03 pm
Interior Window Colours – Unlimited Choices at Unitech!
Whether you’ve moved into a new home or you’re completing a home makeover, one of the design aspects you should consider are the colours of your interior window frames. Don’t put this aside, the colour of your frames can change the overall look you’re trying to achieve. At Unitech, our vinyl windows are available in over 40 standard colours – there are no limitations. Keep reading for some window design tips!
Should Doors and Window Frames be the Same Colour?
This is a commonly asked question. We recommend that your window and door colours should contrast in order to achieve a more appealing presence. Don’t be afraid to be bold and creative with your colour choices! For instance, if all your windows are a subtle, neutral colour, consider having a bright coloured door to really make your home pop!
Use Colours to Enhance
If you have an architecturally unique home, you should consider including window frames with a colour that stands out. Red is a colour homeowners typically choose when aiming to be bold! This colour looks stunning on interior kitchen window frames, paired with white or neutral colours, and accessorized with a plant or some other greenery.
Shades of tan and beige are typically everyone’s first choice when trying to achieve a more neutral look. However, recently cooler hues and neutrals have become more popular than the traditional shades of beige. For instance, at Unitech, storm green is a common choice for those working on their dining room or kitchen windows. This colour is gentle, and combines nicely with a yellow wall and plants. In a family room or sun room, Wedgewood blue would be perfect for your window frames. The colour is an asset to these rooms in particular in order to maintain a relaxing and calming look and feel.
Dark grey or black is something you should especially consider if you live in a more modern-looking home. Even if your home doesn’t have a modern design, these shades will still look stunning on any bathroom window!
Use One Colour Palette
Stick to one colour palette – either use a warm or a cool one. This will help you to effectively coordinate the design of your home. Warm colour palettes include shades of red, orange, yellow and brown, while cool palettes consist of shades of green, blue, purple and grays. If you want to achieve a more traditional look and feel, warm colours are the way to go. At Unitech, alu copper is a commonly chosen colour and pairs well with white or cream walls in a traditional home. Likewise, cool palettes are used to enhance a modern home. Midnight Surf is a cool colour that will stand out against other neutrals that you typically see in modern residences.
Visit Unitech to take a look at a variety of interior window frame colours and get some reliable advice on what’s most suitable for your home!