Giving your living room a much needed facelift can be a fun project to pursue for new homeowners. One route to get more natural light and liveliness in the room is adjusting the windows. Here are some tips on notes to take and where to start.
What is your goal for the remodel?
Remodeling your home or even just a single room will be a major factor to how you approach your goals. If you intend to have a full home remodel, the windows may need to be individually adjusted and stylized, while in other instances they can be set as a style for every room cohesively.
Also, take a look at the home from both inside and out to envision what you imagine it looking like eventually. Then, you’ll have a set of criteria in mind that will need to be met as you move forward. Usually it’s best to take the walls, flooring, and windows into account before going into detail on the color palette decisions and focus on the technical first.
Converting to larger windows with full wall installs
Windows with muntins can be stylistically appeasing, but they may not be functioning at the level that your living room should be utilizing. Single hung and double hung windows are more popular styles for living room areas that need a bit of adjustment. Now, Anytime Windows and Doors, it’s best to look at examples before you get started, and our project gallery is a great place to get started with inspiration.
If you have any questions about how to proceed, we’d love to speak with you about your project and what goals you have in mind. Then we can take into account the budget you have and understand what would be a realistic intention for the project before moving forward. We’re looking forward to speaking with you soon!