Designing your home requires a good amount of creativity and meticulous planning. Even the smallest details, like the grid pattern of your windows, should complement the overall interior. Whether you have a traditional or contemporary home design, Renewal by Andersen® of Western New York provides excellent window installation to meet your demand.
Here are some window grille ideas for different interior setups:
Plain glass panels are popular in many mid-20th century households. They are often installed in crank-out casement or awning windows to sport a sleek, clean look. A simple horizontal valence along the top of the window and a straight line running along the bottom glass can add interest to your window.
Victorian and Neo-Victorian
A Victorian-styled home has elaborate decorations from the interior to the exterior. Windows with diamond-patterned grids on top of the window sash are typical. They are also often installed with colored glass. On the other hand, Neo-Victorian homes incorporate the Colonial-style window grid patterns. The window panels of the double-hung windows usually have six or eight lights. Fanlights on top of the window and doors are used to accentuate and allow more daylight.
This structure often follows a simplistic design: two panes of glass split by a muntin on both the top and bottom of the window sash. The windows appear to have four panes of glass when closed. This varies, however, depending on the owner’s preferences.
At Renewal by Andersen of Western New York, we offer a variety of replacement window options, including casement and bay windows. Our products are carefully crafted with our innovative Fibrex® material that combines the best features of wood and vinyl. The window frames and sash are guaranteed to be durable and low-maintenance while keeping your home more energy-efficient. Call us at (585) 481-8006 for Rochester and (716) 235-2200 for Buffalo. We serve residents of Buffalo, NY.