Attention-grabbing windows make great accents, but those that keep a low profile offer unique aesthetic advantages too. Although choosing neutral hues wouldn’t make them the center of attraction, it will help put other elements of your home in the spotlight.
If you ask Renewal by Andersen® of New Mexico, here’s why you should consider using neutral colors for your window replacement:
They Are Forgiving
Unlike vibrant or bold hues, shades of white, gray, and black are versatile enough to mesh with any home designs. They’re universally compatible with almost every color and show off prominent textures.
Whether your home décor already features a mishmash of visual elements or not, windows in neutral hues won’t feel out of place. Considering that they generally don’t demand limelight, they can help your space’s chosen focal point come to the forefront.
They Let You Decorate With Abandon
The beauty of using neutral colors is that you can enjoy more freedom in sprucing up your home. They can quietly exist in the background, and set off the details you want to highlight. Be it a warm or cool color scheme, you can easily integrate them into the palette.
In many cases, you don’t even need to use vibrant hues to lend more character to your space. The striking contrast will often suffice. For instance, any experienced window contractor would attest that black-framed units are in because they highlight views, energize rooms, accentuate height and more. Next to bright walls, the room’s black windows serve would feel more alive and interesting.
They Never Go Out of Fashion
Black may be trendy today, but its charm is forever. The same can be said about white and gray, and their varieties. Neutral colors can increase your home’s value because they’re appealing to most people.
At Renewal by Andersen of New Mexico, our products are available in a vast array of colors, including our newest black interior option. Call us at (505) 312-6577 now to schedule your free, in-home consultation to customize your replacement units. We serve homeowners in Albuquerque, NM, and other nearby New Mexico communities.