Wood window interior finishes don’t have to be boring or standard. They actually create an opportunity to make a statement. One the biggest trends in window design right now is black interiors. The wood window black interior finish brings refinement to any room. Windows don’t have to be in the background. With this type of finish, they’ll become a focal point.
Why a prefinish is ideal
If you’d like to create this look in your home or projects, it’s vital to get a prefinish. You do not want to paint your windows once installed. Even if they are primed, you’ll never get the polished look of a factory finish. With hand painting, brush marks are inevitable. The factory finish typically has a warranty and is baked on to prevent chipping or fading.
Wood window black interior finish design ideas
Not sure how to incorporate a black interior window finish into your spaces? Here are a few tips:
- Use a complementary wall paint that either subdues the black (other dark colors like gray or navy) or allows it to stand out even more (lighter colors like whites, yellows or other neutrals).
- Avoid color combinations that could make the room look unsophisticated (orange, red, pink).
- Keep windows visible; don’t cover them with window treatments unless needed for privacy.
- Choose black hardware for your windows for a cohesive look.
- Black interior casement windows look great against a white shiplap or textured wall.
- Black interior patio doors are a great accent to a neutral room with white molding.
- Add transoms over patio doors to fill an entire wall with black trim.
These are just a few design tips for black interior trim windows. Black trim is versatile. It can look great in Contemporary, Craftsman or Farmhouse style homes.
We offer this finish on wood windows and patio doors. It’s now a standard color on Custom Wood and Siteline® windows. Get inspired with our Pinterest board.