Whenever homeowners think about sprucing up their windows, most often tend to turn to window treatments like curtains and drapes. And, really, why wouldn’t they? After all, curtains and drapes are a tried and tested way of beautifying your windows and increasing the appeal of your home’s interior. However, believe it or not, that’s not the only way you can style your windows. In fact, there are different ways you can do so.
Surprisingly enough, when you’re trying to style your windows, window replacement pros say that the simplest way can sometimes do the trick. For instance, when you’re trying to beautify your kitchen window, simply place it strategically so it can invite plenty of natural light into your home. By doing so, you can help illuminate your counter and give it a feeling of natural radiance in the process. If strategically placing your window is out of the question, meanwhile, consider adding a pendant light in front of the window to do the trick.
Black or Green Sashes
The sashes are the parts that hold every single one of your window’s glass panes in place, and, if you want to style your windows without resorting to treatments, experts say that you should focus on this part. By choosing black sashes for your windows, you can create instant drama without adding anything else, improving looks by a significant amount. Alternatively, you can also opt for a dark green sash if you want a more classic and neutral look for your windows.
Finally, if your kitchen view is that of a neighboring building, you can also style your windows by adding shelves that stretch across them while ensuring they remain operational at the same time. That way, you won’t feel too boxed in, but the emphasis will be drawn away from the neighboring building.
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