Take a walk down any street in a gentrified – or gentrifying – neighbourhood and you are guaranteed to see at least one property painted grey. In fact, a lot of the time you’ll find that multiple homes on desirable streets are painted in a shade of battleship, heather, or slate grey. One of the main reasons for this is that grey looks smart and stylish. More durable than white and a lot more interesting that black, grey allows you to add colour to your home without being too bold, and while still appealing to a broad spectrum of tastes.
As well as painting their homes grey, a lot of people opt to use the shade in the details of their property. A great way to stamp your personality on a home and really give it some style, a few grey features can help you turn your property into a real des res.
Grey UPVC windows
If you’re not able to paint the exterior of your property grey – or if a full paint job doesn’t quite appeal – then grey UPVC windows are a great alternative. As @HouzzUK says, ‘Grey window frames make an interesting change and can give a very different finished look from the ubiquitous white.’ This can help your property to stand out from the crowd and give it an interesting, contemporary aesthetic. It can also help to enhance your property’s exterior and add an instant boost to its curb appeal.
A simple, stylish swap
Choosing grey UPVC over white won’t have an impact on the quality of the windows, the speed of installation or the durability of your new panes. This makes installing grey windows a very easy style swap and allows you to add a real feature to your home with minimal effort. If you’re looking for ways to liven up your exterior quickly and easily, this could be the perfect choice. You can emphasise your style choice by installing a matching grey front door at your property or by painting some other elements of your home’s exterior to complement your new windows.
Installing grey UPVC windows
If you think that grey UPVC windows could enhance the look of your home, the first thing you need to do is get in touch with your double glazing supplier to see what types of products they offer. A lot of the time, you’ll find that the variety of grey windows available is almost as wide as the variety of white frames. However, availability will vary from supplier to supplier so you’ll need to see what’s available near you.
Installing grey UPVC windows in your home can add style as well as functionality to your property. If you’d like to find out more about the designs available, or if you want to get a quote, get in touch with a member of our team today.Tags: grey upvc