Right now it seems that all new buildings have gray windows. Has gray become the new white or is it more of a "fad" and good old white will prevail again? I love white, my husband loves gray.
Where do you stand on it?
Wood look outside, white inside.
Black on the outside, white on the inside
White on the outside, wood on the inside.
This is definitely plain fashion. Drive through new construction areas. It feels like every second house has a white facade and anthracite colored windows. We also have it in our current ETW (BJ 2010) and originally had the plan to do it the same way in the house.
Then the thought came to us during the construction phase that somehow everything looks the same and have then undecided.
Was one of the best decisions.
Light gray outside, white inside. Anthracite really has everyone at the moment.
There used to always be clinker brick, so white window frames were fine.
Now almost only stucco white is in the budget – home builders go with them and offer other colors. Just a contrast. What's in or in the scope of financial ability is sometimes not considered, but it forms your impression.
You have to decide what you want. On the fashion discussion: please don't repeat.
I confess to going with the fashion: anthracite gray windows inside and out. The Solarlux options set the tone – other windows have followed suit. It stands out beautifully from the wood – inside and out.
Imitation wood windows, anthracite roof, anthracite front door with wooden details.