Different Styles Windows for Your Home

Windows for Your Home

Windows play a vital role in your home, as everything depends on the design and how the window is, its shape, appearance, layout and everything. So, it is really important to choose the best window for your home. Open, they are the connection with the outside world; They offer views, natural lighting and ventilation. Its design, colour and measurements greatly influence the decoration.

Charming Balconies

Charming Balconies

The windows and balcony shutters add a stately air to the interiors. They are majestic, as long as their woodwork is kept in good condition. If over time it has deteriorated, there are companies specialized in restoring them, which can also make replicas. 

Classic Window in the Dining Room

Classic Window in the Dining Room

A wall with a window arouses more interest than one without views or natural light. When it comes to distributing the environments, it is key to have the windows as a point of reference. This was done in this dining room, oriented towards a window with a classic aesthetic. To highlight in its shutters: that only the upper part is mobile; an option when you want to hide from the inside the flooring of this type of balcony, which usually has a little visual and decorative interest.

A Large Panoramic Window

A Large Panoramic Window

Gaining natural light and enjoying the panoramic view is possible by turning a wall into a glass facade, which provides thermal comfort and acoustic insulation. It is necessary to choose double glazing with an air chamber; a model that incorporates at least one Reinforced Thermal Insulation glass, such as SGG Climalit Plus, from the Saint-Gobain firm. An additional advantage: heating and air conditioning costs are reduced.

Openwork Windows

Openwork Windows

The roof windows inclined transform a dark attic into a living space with natural light, ventilation and views, and extend the useful area of the house. There are so many window options – openings and dimensions, like dormers and degrees of tilt. In this attic space, it has gone further, because there is a combination of four windows, from the Velux firm. Above, the usual ones, which allow a view of the sky: the GGL with rotating aperture and GGL projecting; but in the lower part, with two vertical windows on the parapet, the horizon can be contemplated, thereby achieving visual depth and breadth.

Windows in Ultra-thin Aluminum

Windows in Ultra-thin Aluminum

Trend in architecture: very thin profiles, to enjoy more of the views. And also, sliding opening, so as not to reduce the useful surface. These windows hidden blade Lumeal, Technal, with a minimalist aesthetic, carpentry barely noticeable. It incorporates thermal bridge breakage, a guarantee of insulation in aluminium carpentry.

The Windows of the Country Houses

The Windows of the Country Houses

Framed between the wooden lintel and with a clay mantel, this window retains its country essence, and even without having large proportions, it is a focal point. The colour of its carpentry, a light green tone, its shutters with three panels and its leaves with a small bar, make it become an element with more decorative value. In harmony with it, the original latches and hardware; Similar, in brass and with beautiful vintage or rustic designs, in Ferretería Ortiz.

A Window as a Headboard

A Window as a Headboard

With symmetrical panels and suitable dimensions, this window gives more prominence to the bed. A solution to consider when you think that the window of the room is an obstacle to distribute the furniture, on the contrary! Also noteworthy is the symmetrical decoration that visually orders the whole.

A Large Window With a Leaf

A Large Window With a Leaf

In this room, a single-pane window with a pivoting opening was chosen that opens in various positions, as it has different pivot points and, despite its large size, this makes it easy to clean. Next to it, another vertical and very small window provides extra light and ventilation to the room. 

A Skylight in the Bathroom

A Skylight in the Bathroom

Narrow and not too large, a skylight is a window installed, almost always, near the ceiling. It does not usually offer a spectacular view, but it does provide natural lighting and air renewal. The façade skylights must be in good condition, to avoid rain seepage and loss of thermal comfort. Installed in an interior partition, with a practicable leaf or as a fixed glass opening, they are the solution for bathrooms and other rooms without a window. The one in this room has a folding opening, the most suitable, and translucent glass, to achieve privacy.

Barrotillo Windows

Barrotillo Windows

Windows in this style add a classic and refined air to townhouses, country houses and chalets. PVC sliding windows with the PremiLine system, which allows creating large glazed surfaces; it is compatible with the blind drawer and, due to its design, with double-bevelled leaf profiles, it combines well with all types of interiors. In addition, it is available in a wide variety of plain and metallic colours and in different wood finishes.

A Window to Illuminate the Staircase

A Window to Illuminate the Staircase

A window provides an entrance of natural light in this staircase that, in addition to illuminating this space, also contributes to highlighting the pictures on the walls. An additional advantage: during the day, you save on electricity consumption because the light from the window is enough to safely go up or down the stairs. 

Recommended Articles