Looking for premium modern windows and doors for your home?
Everyone wants stunning windows and doors for their home, but its often hard to know what to look for! What makes one window or door better than the other? Which type is best for the application you had in mind? Needless to say, there are several different styles and benefits to updating your windows and doors.
Today we’ll be focusing on two of our favorite window companies and taking you through some of the different styles that you should consider for your home.
What Defines Modern Windows and Doors?
When it comes to defining modern windows and doors, the characteristics are pretty simple. What makes them unique and modern is the architecture around them. Putting a modern window into an older, more eclectic home wouldn’t make the home modern. It would just be a window that was finished in such a way to give the impression of it being modern.
Some of the most modern-looking windows are more modern because of the places that they are installed and the impression that they give off when you see them. When it comes to doors, there is a slightly bigger difference as doors do come in a variety of colors and styles that impact the appearance of a home.
Modern doors are often black or more highly contrasted and feature hardware fashioned in more stunning and vibrant ways. We’ll give more examples below.
Benefits of Modern Windows and Doors
Modern windows and doors aren’t necessarily more beneficial than other windows and doors. But, one benefit of replacing your windows and doors is the added energy efficiency. Doors and windows are the #1 place that your home is likely lacking in energy efficiency. In order to ensure that your home is well insulated and that you’re not losing money throughout cooler and warmer months of the year, you’ll want to replace your windows with high-quality windows.
There’s nothing worse than feeling a cool draft right through your window on a cold winter day.
At DWELL44, we carry and partner with two different window providers. Lincoln Windows and H Windows – here’s a little more info on these companies and the benefits of each.
Lincoln Windows understands that your windows and doors can make or break a space. They either make a home feel elegant and beautiful, or they hold your home back from its full potential.
From their website, “Lincoln Wood Products, Inc. has been manufacturing high-quality wood windows and patio doors for new construction, remodeling, and light commercial projects for well over half a century. Based in Merrill, Wisconsin, the privately-owned company engineers windows and patio doors for visual appeal as well as outstanding performance and backs it up with exceptional customer service before and after the sale. Lincoln windows and patio doors are marketed through a network of over 400 independent distributors throughout the U.S and Canada.”
When it comes to great windows and doors, Lincoln Windows doesn’t mess around.
H Window is another great window company located here in the midwest. They don’t mess around when it comes to modern and contemporary windows. There isn’t much that you can’t love about the windows produced by this company.
H Window’s unique take on some of the finest European-designed custom windows is what sets them apart from the other window makers on the market. From their website, “H Windows are Built in America for architects, builders, and homeowners who demand the very best in quality, environmental, and energy-efficient design. We offer Innovative composite Aluminum / Wood construction (not a clad window) with a unique fully reversible operating system. More colors, fine woods, and glass choices than any other manufacturer.”
Modern Windows and Doors
To round out this post, we thought the best thing to do would be to include some photos of homes with stunning modern windows and doors.
Black Frame Windows
This is a trend that’s increasingly becoming more common and popular among homeowners. Black frame windows are becoming a focal point in modern homes. Just look at the character and beauty that it adds to this modern cabin.
Wood Windows Natural Wood vs. Aluminum Clad
Many times homeowners select to keep a natural wood frame for aesthetics vs. aluminum cladding. Wood used for the exterior of the window was more common in older homes, but it is coming back into style. While this requires more maintenance, it creates a modern design. The home below shows off wood-finished windows in its design.
Floor to Ceiling Windows
As windows have become more and more efficient, homeowners are feeling the need to have them placed throughout their home and in many cases, there’s a desire to make the windows larger as well. The example below shows how beautiful a home can look with floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s lots of natural light and great views of the yard all around.
More Black Grid and Different Sizes
Different size windows are extremely common in modern home buildings. While a home being somewhat symmetrical is important, there’s a lot of homeowners looking to break the mold a bit and offer a few different sizes of windows in different places. Ultimately the purpose of windows is to help make the outside not feel so outside and also to bring in lots of natural light.
Another benefit to the black grid windows is that they can be used in a wide variety of styles. While it is commonly used in modern applications, black grid windows can look stunning in industrial, modern farmhouse, and many more! These style windows are available in a multitude of sizes with differing sizes of panels to fully complement the style of your home.
Choosing the Best Modern Windows and Doors for Your Home
Choosing the quality windows and doors for your home can be a difficult decision. Considering the large investment and overall impact on your home, we always encourage homeowners to see the products in person. If you’re interested in seeing a variety of premium windows and doors reach out to us at Dwell44 to schedule a visit to our showroom! We’d be happy to walk you through the decision and ordering process!
Want to learn more about our modern windows and doors? Check out our modern window and door guide below!