Dual Coloured Windows: What Are The Benefits?

Do you know about dual coloured windows? We’ve been seeing a growth of interest in this trend, which sees windows that have a different interior and exterior frame colours. This allows you to add a touch of character to your home without compromising on visibility, light levels or your interior styling. Recently, we completed a project on an art-deco style home in Shrubbery, where we added dual coloured curved windows to a block of flats – using a slight green tone that matched perfectly with the brick exterior and a white frame for the more neutral rent-friendly interior.

If using this type of finish seems like an extravagance, or an unusual ‘gimmick’, don’t worry – dual colouring is growing in popularity and brings several advantages to a property. Here are our favourite reasons you should consider using dual coloured window frames…

Adhering to a building’s original character

Our aluminium window frames are built for heritage properties, aiming to mimic and respect the original character of the property. Dual coloured frames help us also respect the exterior aesthetic of the building whilst allowing you to choose a more neutral colour for the interior. This is especially useful for buildings where the original frames featured strong colours.

Adds a degree of personalisation

The ability to use almost any RAL colour on your frame means you can enjoy superior personalisation of the windows of your home. Dual colouring means you don’t need to opt for a single window colour and can instead personalise your home both outside and in!

Adds personality to renovations

If respecting the original character of a building is not an issue, then dual coloured windows allow you to set free your imagination and put a distinct and unique mark on any new renovation or new build project.

Creates a unique identity

Dual coloured windows are still a growing trend, which means using them instantly creates a point of difference for your home. Combined with further customisation, such as curved windows, you can create a unique property that will attract potential buyers or serve as a happy home for years to come.

Keep one side simple

If you’re renovating or designing a property that will be purchased or rented, it’s often a good idea to leave the interior of a building relatively plain – sticking to colours such as whites and greys for walls and window frames. Dual coloured frames allow you to spruce up the exterior while keeping the interior colour scheme simple. Alternatively, if you’d like colourful frames on the inside without upsetting the original character of the building, you can use dual coloured frames with a standard colour outside and something more exciting within.

With the ability to go colourful either outdoors or in, dual coloured windows give you more options and more versatility when designing your home. Get in touch with us today to see how we can help you get started.

Do you know about dual coloured windows? We’ve been seeing a growth of interest in this trend, which sees windows that have a different interior and exterior frame colours. This allows you to add a touch of character to your home without compromising on visibility, light levels or your interior styling. Recently, we completed a project on an art-deco style home in Shrubbery, where we added dual coloured curved windows to a block of flats – using a slight green tone that matched perfectly with the brick exterior and a white frame for the more neutral rent-friendly interior.

If using this type of finish seems like an extravagance, or an unusual ‘gimmick’, don’t worry – dual colouring is growing in popularity and brings several advantages to a property. Here are our favourite reasons you should consider using dual coloured window frames…

Adhering to a building’s original character

Our aluminium window frames are built for heritage properties, aiming to mimic and respect the original character of the property. Dual coloured frames help us also respect the exterior aesthetic of the building whilst allowing you to choose a more neutral colour for the interior. This is especially useful for buildings where the original frames featured strong colours.

Adds a degree of personalisation

The ability to use almost any RAL colour on your frame means you can enjoy superior personalisation of the windows of your home. Dual colouring means you don’t need to opt for a single window colour and can instead personalise your home both outside and in!

Adds personality to renovations

If respecting the original character of a building is not an issue, then dual coloured windows allow you to set free your imagination and put a distinct and unique mark on any new renovation or new build project.

Creates a unique identity

Dual coloured windows are still a growing trend, which means using them instantly creates a point of difference for your home. Combined with further customisation, such as curved windows, you can create a unique property that will attract potential buyers or serve as a happy home for years to come.

Keep one side simple

If you’re renovating or designing a property that will be purchased or rented, it’s often a good idea to leave the interior of a building relatively plain – sticking to colours such as whites and greys for walls and window frames. Dual coloured frames allow you to spruce up the exterior while keeping the interior colour scheme simple. Alternatively, if you’d like colourful frames on the inside without upsetting the original character of the building, you can use dual coloured frames with a standard colour outside and something more exciting within.

With the ability to go colourful either outdoors or in, dual coloured windows give you more options and more versatility when designing your home. Get in touch with us today to see how we can help you get started.