The first month of 2022 is past us and we’re beginning to see some trends within the window industry. Luxury, comfort, eco-friendly and nature-oriented
The first month of 2022 is past us and we’re beginning to see some trends within the window industry. Luxury, comfort, eco-friendly and nature-oriented window designs seem to be gaining popularity. In this article, we list out some of the window design trends in order from our most favorite to least favorite (they are all our favorites).
window designs seem to be gaining popularity. In this article, we list out some of the window design trends in order from our most favorite to least favorite (they are all our favorites).
Bold colors make a statement in every building or home. Windows today allow you to pick your color of choice in order to match its surrounding interior and exterior.
2. Privacy screens on the windows
New construction homes and buildings are starting to include windows in the bathrooms to provide more naturistic and relaxing feels. However, with more openings in the bathroom, that means less privacy. A trend we’re noticing is privacy film being placed over the entire pane of the window opening.
3. Eco-friendly windows
There is a push for everyone to be more conscientious on environmental issues. Windows today are built with the environment in mind. Window frames are constructed with a lower amount of natural material such as wood, composite or vinyl. This reduction in material not only helps the window to be more energy-efficient, but also helps the environment out.
4. Natural wood windows
In 2022, we’re getting back to the bare essentials. Wood windows provide a clean look with a warm and cozy feel. This window type works well with a variety of different style types ranging from minimalist to boho to modern. It’s a one size fits all type of window.
5. Arched and circle windows
Another common trend picking up attention are the arched and circle windows. These distinctive and versatile windows give a building or home character and provide a nice contrast to the straight lines and angles in structures.
Sustainable living practices are showing the health benefits of brighter lit rooms made by natural sunlight. Optimizing daylight into your home or building calls for more windows. Floor-to-ceiling windows are perfect for this type of need. Their frames start at your feet and extend all the way up to the ceiling. This not only allows for far more natural light, but also gives a room bold character and class.