Whether you’re building a new home or remodeling your existing Bloomfield Hills area home, the windows you install play a huge role in the look, style, and comfort of your home. That’s why we believe that there’s really no such thing as “just a window.”

As designers and architects work to bring more natural light into the interior of the home, the windows they choose are as much a part of the design as the interior and exterior walls.

Bloomfield Hills MI Residential Window ContractorWindows today are much more than functional features every home has to have; they’re design elements that dramatically enhance your home’s look and feel both inside and out.

The picture above is a perfect example of what I’m talking about. Years ago, homeowners (and many designers) wouldn’t dream of mixing and matching different styles. But look at the effect you can create by mixing a rustic exterior with sleek, modern windows. It’s stunning!

When you start thinking of your windows as unique design elements that opens up all kinds of creative options. It’s easy to simply do things the same old way and line your windows up in a straight line—all at the same height. But look at the impact you can create with windows at different (some might even say unusual) heights in this kitchen.

Birmingham MI Window ContractorAnd while most of us tend to think of the great outside views quality windows make available, sometimes a window can almost be a work of art in and of itself. If you have a room that requires some privacy and you still want to let in lots of natural light, you might want to consider a glass option such as the Flemish, Narrow Reeded, Obscure, or Aqualite finishes that you see here (And by the way, there are many other options from which to choose).

Who said privacy has to be boring?

When you’re considering windows for you new or newly refinished home in the Bloomfield Hills, area, think outside of the window box and consider how your new windows can be design elements that enhance the quality of life in your home.