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4 Window Styles That Help Your Room Look Bigger

Bathing your interior in sunlight gives your living space an open, airy feel, creating an illusion of a more spacious living area. With the right window style, you can enjoy a brighter, larger-feeling room. Read on as Renewal by Andersen® of Seattle, the leading window replacement contractor, lists four types of windows that can help you achieve this.

4 Window Styles That Help Your Room Look Bigger
1. Picture Windows

The expansive glass area of this style allows ample daylight into your interior. As the most energy-efficient window style available, picture windows will also help you cut down on your energy expenses. Picture windows are especially great for framing scenic outdoor views. Keep in mind that picture windows are inoperable, so may not be the best choice for rooms that need extra ventilation.

2. Casement Windows

This operable window style admits abundant natural light into your home just like picture windows, but can be opened or closed, giving you control over ventilation. You do need to consider spatial limitations when installing casement windows because they swing open. Make sure you don’t install them in high-traffic areas, such as garden paths or hallways.

3. Gliding Windows

If you have limited space in a room, gliding windows might be the perfect choice. Gliding windows move horizontally on a track, providing effortless and space-saving operation. 

4. Bay Windows

Bay windows are unique in that they actually reclaim floor space, creating an alcove. You can use the extra space a bay window provides as a cozy reading nook, extra storage or a breakfast area.

When it comes to window installation, Renewal by Andersen of Seattle is the name that you can trust. Call us today at (206) 686-7733 to learn more about our products. We serve residents of Seattle, WA, and nearby areas.

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"We were very pleased with the process. Our windows are beautiful, and we are very happy we made the decision to choose Renewal by Andersen."

Tom | Seattle, WA
November 10

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