If you’re looking for a way to make your Rochester Hills kitchen stand out, color is one way to make a bold statement. It’s not just your wall colors, flooring, countertops, or appliance colors that make the difference, however. Despite the predominance of “all white” kitchens in recent years, increasing numbers of homeowners are moving “back to black” as a dramatic accent color. And that’s where your choice in windows can play a big role.
When Traditional Home highlighted luxe looks and sophisticated new window designs, they included Marvin’s Designer Black Painted Interior Finish in their “hot list” of great options. “Marvin Windows and Doors has expanded its options for creating striking looks with its new Designer Black painted interior finish. Bold yet sophisticated, the Designer Black finish offers elegance with an edge. The deep black color showcases the expansive views that Marvin windows and doors create, bringing the beauty of the outdoors in by framing and accentuating the view.”
But what if black isn’t quite right for the kitchen (or other rooms) in your Rochester Hills home? Not to worry! With Marvin windows, you’re in no danger of painting yourself into a (dark) corner. You have all kinds of options when it comes to the color of your interior trim. Your finish colors include: Clear on Pine; Honey on Pine; Wheat on Pine; Hazelnut on Pine; Cabernet on Pine; Expresso on Pine; Leather on Pine; or a painted interior white finish. Or, you can get your frames as a primed white and paint them whatever color expresses your particular sense of style!
Looking at color samples online, of course, may give you a rough idea of your options, but the best way to make sure that you choose the color that really suits your Rochester Hills home is to see it for yourself. That’s why we invite you to take a look inside our Bloomfield Hills showroom—or come by 2350 Franklin Road, in Bloomfield Hills, MI, where you can see a wide range of options for your home. We’d love to help you find the windows that will add a dramatic touch to your kitchen (or other rooms)—and provide years of reliable, comfortable, and convenient operation.
Kitchen photo courtesy of Rehkamp Larson Architects