Once you have the size and style of the windows you want, the last decision that needs to be made is the window color. Do you want something neutral? Bold? Or maybe something with more character?
There are many different factors to consider when choosing the right window colors for you home. At Feldco we make it easy to find the right look for any home.
All window color options below are listed with the interior color first followed by the exterior color. For example, “White/Bronze” indicates that white is the interior color and bronze is the exterior color of the window.
Available Color Combinations
At Feldco we offer a variety of different interior and exterior color combinations. This allow you to customize your look to create a window that fits the décor of your home.
Simply choose an exterior window color and pair it with the same or different color for the interior. Whatever style home you have you’re sure to find the perfect window color combination at Feldco.
Wood Look Windows
Are you trying to decide between wood and vinyl windows? Get the best of both worlds with our wood look vinyl interior windows. Feldco offers three different wood look color variations for the interior of all of our windows, so you’re sure to find one to match your home. You can choose from a Colonial Cherry, Hillside Oak, or a Natural Oak.
Our wood look vinyl windows look exactly like real wood, but they have all the benefits of vinyl. Vinyl windows are much more durable than wood windows. They are easy to maintain and more energy efficient than their wood counterpart. If you want a window that’s going to stand the test of time, but has the character and charm of a wood window, choose our wood look vinyl for your home’s interior.
What Window Color is Right for Your Home?
The final step in choosing new windows is to decide which color will fit your home best. Choosing a window color can seem like a daunting task, but it’s really an opportunity to add charm and creativity to your home.
If you’re only replacing a couple windows you may want to stick with the same exterior color as your previous windows. You also have the option of keeping the same exterior color, but changing the interior color. This allows you to maintain a unified look for the exterior of your home while adding color to the inside of your home.
You can never go wrong with neutral colors. Beiges and whites will match almost any home exterior. If you want to add character, bronze may be a better choice for you. With the ability to choose different colors for the interior and exterior you’re sure to find a combination that works for your home.
Why You Shouldn’t Paint Vinyl Windows
If your current vinyl windows color scheme no longer matches the look of your home you may be tempted to slap some paint on them and call it a day. This can be a temporary fix, however paint does not adhere well to vinyl windows. So while it may look good at first, the extreme weather common to the Midwest will chip away at the paint leaving them looking worse than they started.
When it does come time to replace your outdated windows, it’s best to replace them. This will ensure that your window color will hold up to the elements and stay beautiful for years to come.
When Should You Replace Your Windows?
There are many reasons you may want to replace your windows. Maybe you notice your energy bills are getting too high, or that your current windows no longer add the curb appeal you’re looking for, replacing your windows is necessary.
Whether you choose windows with a white exterior and white interior, almond exterior and wood-grain interior, or one of our other combinations, we are sure you will find the right match for your home.
If you’re having trouble deciding on what color is right for your home, trust the professionals at Feldco. In addition to providing you with a free quote, we bring with us all of our window color samples. Seeing the products in person can help you determine which will fit your home best.
- Natural Oak/Almond
- Natural Oak/White
*Please note certain color combinations are not available for all window styles and series. Please consult your Product Specialist for more information.