Decorative Windows

Decorative windows add interest throughout the home. You might choose decorative glass in the kitchen to add more ambiance to casual meals. The living room may benefit from a design upgrade to enhance appeal when guests arrive.

Styles:

A decorative window really means adding something to dress up an existing window. You can pick eye-catching grids in numerous combinations and styles, use specialty hardware—like satin nickel or oil-rubbed bronze—and choose various colors and interior finishes.

Privacy:

Milgardoffers obscured glass in a variety of forms. For instance, the Narrow Reed design is comprised of narrow ridges in the glass, which generally run vertically. Narrow Reed glass can be a great choice for long windows alongside a door or as an accent for larger windows elsewhere in the home.

Designs:

Milgard can also etch designs into a window. The etched-glass gives the illusion of multiple panes of glass and comes in a variety of standard designs, such as square diamond, diamond grid, or colonial grid, among others. This etch work can give any window a stately appearance, both from within the house and from the street.

Tinting:

Though not strictly decorative, there are at least five tints available for your glass, which can cut down the incoming heat and light. While this may not be a top priority for those of us in the Pacific Northwest, it may be a worthwhile consideration if your home has an attic room, which can get quite hot even in the winter.