Top Window Ideas and Trends for 2019

Home with trendy windows
Choose your home’s windows based on energy efficiency, durability and style.

Homes are no different from clothing and automobiles — all experience trends where one item is hot while another style has become outdated.

If you don’t want to get left behind, it’s important to update yourself with the latest window ideas and trends.

This guide highlights the biggest movements in the window industry at the moment.

Bay window
A bay window can make a room feel larger and more open. (DepositPhotos)

Popular Window Styles

Bay windows have always been a highly desirable style of window to have in your home. However, the push to remodel a home to include bay windows is turning into a trend.

Bay windows make any room feel larger and more open. They work especially well in a living room or study. Or you might want to consider adding them to a dining area to create a cozy nook.

Another trendy window style is the “window wall,” where the glass essentially represents the entire wall. Window walls are popular in contemporary homes yet also are moving into single-family homes.

This trend is far from cheap yet provides numerous benefits like unparalleled natural light and sweeping views of the surrounding landscape.

If you can’t afford window walls, try skylights. Windows above eye level are gaining a lot of traction in contemporary homes and remodels.

Clerestory windows, a series of small windows that line the top of a structure’s wall, just beneath ceiling, are another hot style.


Pattern curtains
Looking for trendy curtains? Find some with an eye-catching pattern that draws your eye toward them. (DepositPhotos)

Trendy Window Coverings

The type and style of window are important, yet it’s only half the equation. You also need to envision how you plan to decorate new or existing windows.

Trendy window coverings can do more than refresh your space; they can make an old window look new again.

Window coverings aren’t a one-size-fits-all type of product. What works on one window and home may not do the same for your own house. So, use your intuition.

The biggest push is to use window treatments as design accents; that is, use treatments with a unique pattern in the fabric that draws the eye away from other decor in the room. It is a subtle feature in drapes, blinds, shades and valances, yet it works!

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