Apart from your home’s architectural design, a good color combination also plays a central role in its overall appeal. The right color motif can help keep your interior cozy, adding to your home’s unique charm. This includes choosing the right trim for your windows. Let Renewal by Andersen® of Omaha and Lincoln share some tips when looking for your perfect window trim color.
Stay Classy with White
For a foolproof choice, keep it safe with white window trims. It’s one of the most versatile and easiest colors on the eyes. It can be mixed and matched with any other hue, making it a popular option for many homeowners. While it may seem plain, there are actually different shades of white that can give your home a clean and fresh vibe.
Renewal by Andersen windows come available in different white interior and exterior color schemes. If your casement windows are installed on light-colored walls, the white trims exude a relaxing vibe for your home. On the other hand, white window trims on dark-hued walls create contrast, which may serve as a unique accent for your home.
Be Consistently Neutral
If you want to achieve a cohesive and visually harmonized look for your home, having a consistent color motif throughout your home is the way to go. This is best done with neutral-hued tones, like beige, brown, and gray. Fortunately, we offer earth-toned window trims, such as sandtone, dark bronze, and our signature Terratone®, which give off a warm and earthy vibe. Our wooden finish on double-hung windows may work as well. We have oak, pine, and maple available, which exude a rustic and traditional appeal.
Stand Out with Unique Color Accents
Bold window trims are the perfect choice if you want a vibrant appeal for your home. Whether you have massive picture windows or small-scaled awning windows, our Forest Green and Red Rock options can give your home an instant aesthetic boost.
For more tips when choosing the right window trim color, call us at (402) 513-2828 or complete our form. We serve communities in Omaha and the surrounding areas.