Windows for Fenton homeThere is a definite trend in today’s home designs to choose windows that let in lots of natural light. It definitely creates an airy, spacious feel when you can take advantage of natural daylight. But that doesn’t mean you have to fear “the dark side” when choosing new windows for your Fenton-area home. Dark framed windows can create a dramatic effect—especially in a room with high ceilings like the one you see here.

Architectural Digest recently highlighted this spectacular living room with its impressive high-ceiling that used dark-finished Marvin windows to create a dramatic feel—while still letting in lots of natural light. The contrast is rather striking!

Marvin windows offer you a range of choices if you want to go with darker, dramatic interior frames for your windows, including a very dark and dramatic Designer Black, a deep Espresso on Pine, a warmer Cabernet on Pine, and even a somewhat lighter Hazelnut on Pine. You can choose whichever frames fit the overall look and furnishings of your Fenton home.

If you still want a dramatic effect—but with a lighter touch—you might prefer something from a different palette such as the choices between Honey on Pine, Wheat on Pine, Clear on Pine, or even a painted white finish such as you see here.

Choosing windows for your Fenton homeYour choices, of course, aren’t limited to frame colors when choosing your windows. You can also choose from a wide range of window styles, including Double Hung, Single Hung, Casement, Awning, Glider, Bay and Bow, Specialty, and Round Top windows. You can choose whatever design style and opening configuration you want to best suit the rooms in your Fenton home.

Of course, there’s nothing quite like actually getting your hands on the actual windows to see how they feel and operate—and how they look up close. If you want to take a closer look at all your window options, I invite you to visit us to take a look inside our Bloomfield Hills showroom—or come by 2350 Franklin Road, in Bloomfield Hills, MI. There’s no substitute for a hands-on look at how great new windows can look.