Ways to Make Your Floor-to-Ceiling Windows Stand Out

Ways to Make Your Floor-to-Ceiling Windows Stand Out

September 06, 2018

One of the most prominent features of many contemporary homes is their floor-to-ceiling windows. With the expansive glass panes, homeowners get to enjoy the view and their daylighting capabilities.

When you decide on these windows as your replacement windows, it is important to showcase them as much as possible. Below are some ways on how you can make floor-to-ceiling windows stand out.

Preserving the View

One way you can make these large windows draw anyone’s attention inside your home is to leave them as they are. Once installed side-by-side, allow them to shine, especially if they are situated in a large room. That way, you don’t have to worry about keeping them free of any clutter.

Also, you can maximize the outdoor view of your floor-to-ceiling window if it has no other fixture like furniture or decor around it. This is true for interiors with only one large window instead of a group of them. Yet, it is possible that you can arrange your room in a way that creates walking space next to the window. For instance, you can make an aisle that separates the window and your bed.

Appreciating the View

Your picture windows may have already been giving you the most stunning views, but a little arrangement here and there in your interior can make the difference. Floor-to-ceiling windows can still give you unobstructed views even with a simple chair placed near them. Take note to orient it in a way that will allow you to admire the scenery.

If you’d like your room to exude symmetry that speaks modern living, you can place a bench close to the windows. Such a sleek design adds a touch of style and elegance and can likewise serve practical purposes, like setting out clothes you can wear the next day.

There are numerous possibilities when it comes to these large windows. However, you can still manage to improve your home with other window styles, like a double-hung window. Whatever window you desire, expect Renewal by Andersen® of Milwaukee to deliver.

Give us a call today at (262) 522-3034 for more information. You can also fill out our contact form. We serve residents of Waukesha and nearby areas.

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