Lighting and a View: Creative Window Wall Ideas

A window wall is a must-have for any home with a stunning view. Window walls, unlike ornate windows, don’t draw attention to themselves, only to the scenery surrounding your home. Window walls are able to provide a panoramic view of the surrounding scenery because of their wide glass area, which also adds more lighting for your interior.

Coordinated design is key to maximizing these two aspects: lighting and the expansive view.

Stunning Living Rooms With an Equally Stunning View

Hosts would naturally want to impress their guests. If they have a great view, they naturally want to showcase it. Conventional windows may not be enough to showcase the scenery, but two floor-to-ceiling wall windows might. However, there is one drawback: you won’t have as such space to hang artwork. Luckily, sculptures and architectural artifacts can add just as much personality to your living room.

Window Walls in a Spa-Like Bathroom

Some homeowners would understandably be hesitant about placing window walls in their bathrooms. Window walls can give your bathroom a spa-like feel, but if you prefer a bit more privacy, you can install the window wall behind the bathroom sink.

A Bright Dining Room With an Arching Window Wall

Al fresco dining helps you enjoy your food and all the outdoors has to offer – fresh air, lush greenery and abundant sunlight – all at once. The only drawbacks are the bugs and the occasional rain. Luckily, you can enjoy the best parts of al fresco dining from your dining room by installing wall windows. Just a tip: install arching window walls; these can spread light more evenly.

If you decide to buy a window wall, make sure only a certified contractor will do the window installation work. That way, you’ll get to fully enjoy the aforementioned benefits of window walls.

Don’t know any certified window contractors in your area?

Renewal By Andersen® of Houston offers a wide variety of premium windows, including casement windows. To schedule a free consultation with one of our design experts, call us at (281) 547-6177. Or, fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Katy, TX, as well as nearby areas.