Color often dictates the aesthetic appeal of window and patio door systems. This design element affects the beholder psychologically. Frame colors can also either set off or de-emphasize other house interior and exterior details.
In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Atlanta talks about the main categories of hues to consider during your home improvement.
Generally, these refer to black, white and gray as well as their shades. They are called neutral because they can mesh with almost any other color, pattern or texture. In addition to versatility, timelessness is another strength of neutrals.
Although they belong to the same group, they influence perception differently. The darkness of black can make windows pop while white can make them quietly exist to let other design elements steal the show. Gray makes glass units conspicuous enough without drawing too much attention.
These hues, such as cocoa bean and red rock, are stimulants. Their purpose is to energize the space and to make the frame of glass units appear more exciting.
If you like your windows and doors to be attention-grabbing accents, Renewal by Andersen of Atlanta recommends coloring their frames with warm colors.
Natural wood may act like a neutral, but it definitely lends more warmth to the room. The beauty of choosing a pine, oak or maple interior is that it can be painted or stained repeatedly over the years to transform its appearance when desired.
These hues are gentle to the eyes. These are often found in nature, which is why they can calm our nerves because they are inherently biophilic. A prime example is forest green, for its sight symbolizes chlorophyll that is responsible for the lushness of plants.
Renewal by Andersen of Atlanta offers a bevy of window and door frame color options. Our finishes are warranted not to peel, crack, pit, flake, blister or fade for a long time. To learn more about our color combinations, call us at (888) 908-3332 or fill out our contact form to schedule your FREE in-home consultation. We serve clients in Atlanta, GA.