Design in Mind: Aluminum Windows

Aluminum-clad windows are a staple of our custom builds and for good reason. Compared to other options, they are especially low-maintenance, durable, and cost-effective, and are by far the most customizable (which is exactly what we're all about!). Unlike wood or vinyl windows, there's no need to worry about regular maintenance, or the risks of warping, swelling, or rotting. Aluminum windows also have a slimmer profile, AKA natural light to the max:

 

{Architecture: Dwayne Brinkley | Interior Design: Maddie Hughes | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Costa Christ}

 

{Architecture: Paul Turney | Interior Design & Builder: Coats Homes | Photography: Costa Christ}

 

Customization is at the heart of our process, so we love that manufacturers like Lincoln & Quaker make it so easy to produce aluminum windows with custom specifications and materials. Although we usually stick to neutrals like black, white, and bronze, their casements come in every color imaginable. We're not exaggerating! These are the standard colors offered by Lincoln, but they also offer custom color matching:

 

Basically, aluminum windows will blend well with whatever style you're going for. Major points for versatility!

{Architecture & Interior Design: SHM Architects | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

 

{Architecture: Jerry Coleman | Interior Design: Cullman & Kravis | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Stephen Karlisch}

 

{Architecture: Wilson Fuqua | Interior Design: Theresa Rowe | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

 

{Architecture: SHM Architects | Interior Design: Neal Stewart | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Costa Christ}

 

The cherry on top? Aluminum windows also look great with custom steel front doors, another one of our design favorites!

{Architecture: SHM Architects | Interior Design: Collins Interiors | Built By: Coats Homes | Photography: Nathan Schroder}

 

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