Choosing Windows & Doors for Your Birmingham Kitchen
There’s a reason that kitchens remain one of the most remodeled rooms in homes across the United States year after year. People spend a lot of time in their kitchens. Without question, the kitchen has become the heart of the home. You prepare meals there, eat there, help kids with homework there, and entertain your guests there. No wonder choosing windows and doors for your Birmingham kitchen is so important!
Even popular home improvement sites such as Houzz.com talk about the importance of windows in the kitchen. Recently one of their articles focused the Kitchen of the Week: Big Windows, Great Views, and a Large Island. The image you see here highlights the key role that windows play in this beautiful open kitchen. Of course choosing the right kitchen windows is absolutely critical. Different kinds of kitchens call for different kinds of windows. You’ll want a style that complements the rest of the design in your kitchen. And you’ll want to consider not only how they look, but also how they operate.
That’s where Marvin windows really shine. Different kitchen styles and lifestyles call for a wide variety of window styles and operational capabilities. You can choose from single or double-hung windows, casement windows that swing out, awning windows that crank out to let fresh air in without letting rain in, bay and bow windows, specially shaped windows and more. On top of that, you’ll have your choice of a wide range of interior finishes—whether you want stained wood frames for a kitchen that has more of a casual or country look, or sleek solid colors for a more contemporary kitchen.
Because so many home plans these days incorporate an open style of architecture, you may also want to look at how doors can also add a whole new dimension to your kitchen. The image you see here not only has great kitchen windows, but the doors you see in this picture tie the kitchen and family room together—adding lots of natural light to both rooms, and actually break down the barrier between the interior and exterior space.
You can read about the different options for windows and doors for your Birmingham, but there’s nothing quite like seeing and getting your hands on actual samples. 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 window and door styles and color options for your kitchen. That’s the best way you can be sure that the windows and doors you choose will be the right ones for your lifestyle.