Window walls let in more natural lighting than conventional windows. With the right interior design, they can brighten up the mood inside a room and even make it seem larger than it is. Renewal by Andersen® of Oklahoma, your go-to contractor in the state for anything related to windows and doors, shares some window wall design tips below.
Gray Half-Height Shelves for Additional Storage
The space under the window walls can be utilized for storage. Create a mini library in your bedroom by installing half-height shelves under the windows. To ensure the shelves don’t draw attention away from the windows, we recommend choosing a neutral color like gray.
A Lengthy Library in the Living Room
If you’re a bookworm, you’re probably always in need of more space to display books. Comfortable couches, ample lighting and nearby low library shelves create an environment that’s conducive for reading and relaxing.
A Window View Framed by a Mini Indoor Garden
An indoor garden can give your harm a charming, relaxing vibe. Studies have shown that proximity to plants can lower stress levels and improve your mood. Plants can also frame your window view, and most plants will thrive next to a sunny window wall.
Window Walls in Energy-Efficient Homes
With power prices on the rise, more and more homeowners are installing window walls and French doors to cut down their lighting and power costs. These types of windows and doors provide more natural lighting. To make sure you’ll get to enjoy all the benefits of window walls, only hire reputable contractors.
Renewal by Andersen of Oklahoma, the winner of the Energy Star® Award of 2012, offers window and doors replacement services. To get a free estimate, call us at (405) 212-5936 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Tulsa and Oklahoma City (OKC).