Inside & Out: Choose windows that look amazing from every perspective

From new builds to renovations, choose windows that have as much inner beauty as they do curb appeal

Exterior photo of two story modern home with pitched rooflines and JELD WEN windows

There are two sides to every window: The exterior that’s presented to neighbors and passersby, and the interior that frames your view. One complements the architecture of your home, while the other blends seamlessly with your interior style. That may sound like a lot to consider when you choose windows, but with a variety of interior and exterior finishes and clad colors, as well as trim styles and hardware options, JELD-WEN Siteline wood windows are crafted to exceed your expectations.

 

Two Story Interior image of modern home with all white walls and window trim

In such an open, modern home, the walls of no-grille windows offer unobstructed views and lots of natural light. On the inside, the windows have a white finish that coordinates with the home’s all-white interior. Along the bottom of each window configuration, functional awning windows are outfitted with white hardware that almost completely disappears, keeping the focus on the beautiful view.

Contemporary home with unique pitched roofline and open air patios and outdoor areas

Outside, the clad-wood windows have a black finish that, against the home’s subdued slate-blue exterior, elevates them beyond functional necessity and establishes them as a major design element for the entire home. Not only do the windows look good, they’re made from AuraLast pine, which protects against wood rot, water saturation and termites.

Choose windows that amplify the best details of your home, such as the multi-level roofline of this modern abode.

Exterior photo of modern home with many lights and unique pitched rooflines

Think a home with so many windows and no treatments or blinds would be impossible to regulate, temperature wise? Not so fast! The Low-E 366 glass blocks infrared rays and keeps the home cooler in the summer by reflecting heat to prevent it from entering the home. And in the winter, the glass minimizes heat loss by reflecting it back inside. Low-E 366 glass is standard on Siteline wood windows. Another standard feature is Neat glass, which uses the sun’s UV rays to loosen dirt on the window, allowing it to be easily washed away by rainwater. A must for a home with so many magnificent windows!

 

Interior photo of modern master bathroom with spa like decor and stand alone soaking tub

The second-floor master bath is absolutely breathtaking—from the standalone soaking tub to the modern floating vanity and soothing, barely-there color palette. Unobstructed views continue here, with the surrounding trees outside serving as a natural privacy screen. A frosted glass panel helps diffuse sunlight and keeps the space worthy of a five-star spa.

 

Modern staircase with windows on one side and leading to the second floor landing

The home’s well thought-out architectural and interior design intersect beautifully at the staircase. The modern risers and handrails echo the lines of both the windows and the home’s exterior, giving the homeowners an eye-catching geometric view from each floor.

Before your next project, learn more about the possibilities of Siteline windows.