When it comes to window and trim colors, neutrals are your safest choice. From an aesthetic point of view, you can’t go wrong with them. Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City shares four great reasons for this:
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1. They Match Any Color
Any professional window company knows that white and black can mesh with any hue. Whatever your dominant interior or exterior color is, neutral window frames and trims won’t disrupt the existing theme of your home design. They won’t demand attention and will quietly complement the rest of the color palette.
Neutrals also offer new color opportunities. If you decide to change the paint of your interior walls or siding panels in the future, they will give you more latitude in choosing options.
2. They Blend in with Any Architectural Style
Certain colors are emblematic of some architectures, but neutrals conveniently work wonders for all. Whether your home is of a traditional, contemporary, or eclectic style they can make your replacement windows belong.
3. They Show Off Other Elements
Neutrals don’t steal the spotlight from other design elements; they highlight them. If you love to accentuate the warmth of wooden flooring and cabinetry, any variety of white can set them off. If you have an already busy home exterior design with lap siding, textured hardscapes and ultra-dimensional roofing shingles, dark trim can tone things down.
4. They Are a Timeless Trend
Nobody gets tired of neutrals. The colors in vogue now may no longer be considered fashionable five or 10 years from today. But the hues in the middle of the spectrum don’t lose their appeal for a long period – sometimes not at all. They make a great investment in the sense that they prevent your home’s charm from going out of style.
At Renewal by Andersen of Kansas City, our double-hung, picture, bay, bow, sliding, specialty and casement windows are available in 48 different color combinations. With our advanced extrusion process, we can apply virtually any color into our Fibrex® material, including dark ones. The exterior of our units comes in bold hues or neutrals, including black, to lend more character to your home. For the interior, you have stainable and paintable real wood options to match your current décor.