As soon as you start to look into Del Mar, CA window replacement, you will realize there are a lot of decisions to make. Not only do you have to decide what material you’ll use on the frames, but you’ll also have to decide what color they will be. That color choice will matter both inside and out. How will the color look against your home’s siding? Your wall colors inside? And the trim on the inside and outside of the home?
Exterior Window Trim
It might be necessary to replace your exterior window trim when you get new windows. If that is the case, you can get something that matches the windows or coordinates in the right way. If not, you’ll have to work with the trim you have when you choose your window frame colors. You don’t want the house to look uncoordinated and most homeowners like to match their windows to their trim. Black is a popular frame color right not to contrast light-colored homes. If you have black trim and black window frames, that can be very stunning.
Interior Window Trim
The frame around the windows inside your home is the trim. In many homes, that color is the same as the baseboards that run around the house as well as the doors and any crown molding you might have. That coordination gives homes a put together, streamlined look. White window trim is popular because it goes with any window color and any frame style. It’s neutral and light and won’t look out of place with anything else. But there are reasons to go with other colors as well. Dark and bold colors might be nice on a large, picture window so you can frame the view. Wood windows often look best with natural, stained wood trims.
You will only have frame colors that the manufacturer makes from which to choose. While some just offer a few neutral tones, others have a wide selection and will even customize frames based on color choices. Find out if the frame color will be the same inside and out or if you can choose different colors for each side of the frame.
These are just a few of the complicated decisions you will have to make and you’ll want to make sure you get them just right or your house might end up looking uncoordinated. New windows are supposed to bring a home together, not make it look disjointed. For help with these choices and any others, contact the professionals at Window Solutions by calling (619) 258-0515. Window replacement in Del Mar, CA is a huge project and you want every piece to come together nicely. Our experts can take a look at your house and give you advice on material, style, and even color based on what we’ve seen before, current trends, and your preferences. You’re welcome to stop by and see us in our showroom where we can show you some examples in person. We’re located at 613 W Main St. El Cajon, CA 92020.