If you’ve been looking around for new windows for your Plymouth home, you may get the impression that beautiful, dramatic windows are only for huge homes. But what if your home is a little more modest? Does that mean you have to settle for less when it comes to your windows?
The folks at Midwest Home would answer with a resounding, “No!” That’s because the windows you choose can have a huge impact on the way your home looks and feels—even if it’s a tiny home like the one you see pictured here. Christopher Strom and his Minneapolis “Compact Living” project took the honors for “Best Contemporary” project with this tiny house that used Marvin windows and doors.
When you only have 380-square feet to work with, you need to make the most of the space. Having the right windows can actually make the space feel larger. The amount of vertical space and the use of glass and partial-wall partitions create an open, airy feel despite the home’s tiny footprint.
The chances are pretty good that your Plymouth home has a few more square feet than the one you see pictured here. But if you have rooms that feel dark or even a bit claustrophobic, using larger windows can create visual space—without having to actually add square footage to your home.
What’s great is that you’re not locked into one particular style of window, either. There are plenty of different options from which to choose, whether you’re looking for single or double-hung windows, awning windows, casement windows, or specially shaped windows.
Of course, the best way to make sure that the windows you choose will look great and meet your specific needs for your Plymouth home is to see the options 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 perfect windows and doors that will make a huge impact in the way your home looks and feels—regardless of how big or small your home is.