Summertime Window Design Ideas to Achieve a Fresh Look

The summer season provides some exciting opportunities to decorate around your new replacement, custom windows and give your home a fresh, bright, new look. The professionals at Designer Door & Window are proud to offer you the following summer window design creations.

Fashionable floating box

You can show off some fresh purple pansies and soft ivy by building a handcrafted window box.  Be sure to plant these flowers in the shady spot of an attractive wood window box will to enable them to survive the challenging hot summer temperatures.

Match up window box (Es)

It is always a good idea to match up your handsome window box (or boxes) with the same type of wood (i.e., cedar, poplar, etc.) at your front door and shutters for a striking look of cohesion. This will also ensure a crisp, complementary look of curb appeal for your home. Or, if you’re seeking a fresh farmhouse look, then give your windows a sleek country-look upgrade by using a natural wood window box flowing with pink pentas, white and pink Caladium, and trailing a wire vine.

Caged charm

To achieve a fresh, different look, attach a charming whitewashed terra cotta planter displayed inside a chic iron cage. Use simple green plants to ensure that this achieves a clean, uncluttered look. As a result, you can achieve a polished look enabling the unique architecture and soft colors of your home for enhancing appeal.

Come Visit

Designer Door & Window cordially invites you to visit their showroom at the northwest corner of Parker and Custer Roads (2109 W. Parker Road, Suite 202-A) in the Dallas suburb of Plano, Texas. The company’s trade professionals will help you realize your artistic vision and provide a large selection of styles to help achieve the unique look that you desire. We also welcome your ideas and concepts.

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