From sliding windows to open-able shutters, French windows make the view outside a lot more enjoyable
We have always preferred floor to ceiling windows not only for the light they let in but also because they make our homes look a tad less boxy. And there’s a French window (or door) as they are normally called, for every space, every lifestyle. We rounded a few of our favourite styles for you to choose from.
Who said windows were drab? Use panels to create patterns that will work as an interesting backdrop to your living room setting. Seen here are the wooden panelled doors painted white at the Ministry of New in Mumbai. We especially love the tall, brass tower bolts.
If you happen to have windows opening out to the main roads, then you are looking at a potential headache at all times. We suggest you use double glazed windows to cancel out the noise, like the Casement door from Fenesta Windows that is not only airtight but also comes in double and triple glass options for better insulation.
The grid frame windows have to be our favourite of all times. It fits in just as well in a Contemporary space as it does in a Modern, Minimalist space. Take a cue from this tropical vacation home in Goa designed by Shabnam Gupta.
Your French window can double up as a picture window as the one seen here in the Goa home designed by Shabnam Gupta. The window, frames the nature outside.
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