Born out of necessity, farmhouses were about function and purpose. Although farmhouses aren’t limited to the farm anymore, the defining elements of the style—simplicity, natural light, and authenticity—still hold true in the modern incarnations.
Farmhouse is a perfect mix of old and new. Natural light, painted brick, and shiplap are essential elements. Details are never ornate, but kept simple with clean lines. White and black is a common color palette, exemplified by painted white shiplap and black hardware or window grilles for contrast. Other materials such as natural wood help add layers of texture and provide warmth and depth to the space. Overall, Farmhouse style is about gathering meaningful pieces that tell a story.
Here you’ll find windows and doors with the features you need to complete a traditional or modern Farmhouse look, along with comprehensive style resources to help you guide and champion your vision.
Simply Modern style
Where leading-edge design and sustainable materials coexist in one stunning blueprint.
The Simply Modern style blueprint is elevated in every way. Defined by clean lines, open spaces, and strong indoor-outdoor synergy with lots of natural light, these combined elements make for simply stunning window and door designs on the leading edge of style trends.
From oversize windows and expansive glass panels, to pops of bold color and unexpected textures, Simply Modern takes elegant simplicity and opens it up for play and personality. It’s also designed with sustainability in mind—for instance, energy efficient glass and airtight envelopes for reduced energy loss and increased comfort year-round. Everything has a purpose, but there’s always room for playful interpretation to create something stunning and one of a kind.
Here you’ll find windows and doors with the features you need to complete the ideal Simply Modern look, along with style resources to help you guide and champion your vision.
Updated Traditional style
Elevating classic regional styles with modern design and details.
Updated Traditional takes classic regional architecture styles and elevates them to stunning and sophisticated reincarnations.
In these homes, you’ll find contemporary elements like clean lines, decorative glass, vintage details, and lots of natural light mixed with classic features. Due to the breadth and complexity of influences within this style, it can be challenging to know where to begin when choosing products for these homes.
Here you’ll find windows and doors with the features you need to complete the Updated Traditional look, along with comprehensive style resources to help you guide and champion your vision.
Updated Traditional style
An abundance of natural light with traditional wood touches
Coastal style is a recipe for retreat. Defined by lots of natural light, soft earth tones, and a modern-minimalist aesthetic, these elements complete the blueprint for the ultimate oceanside getaway.
As you’d expect from a home inspired by water, views are a priority, but so is making a statement. These homes mix expansive contemporary glass and open floorplans with traditional touches like plank detailing, natural wood, and decorative lite configurations in the entryway. If not natural wood, it’s a pop of oceanside colors like watery blue and bold coral against a crisp, white exterior. And of course, Coastal windows and doors must be able to withstand the harsh seaside climate.
Here you’ll find windows and doors with the features you need to complete the Coastal look, along with style resources to help you guide and champion your vision.