According to top REALTORs in the Atlanta, Dallas and Nashville markets, the windows in a home are one of the top selling features. They invite light into a home, and they frame the view to the outside – trees, sky and thoughtful landscaping. Some say that a home’s windows are the eyes to the outdoors. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Beautiful windows make a home.
Now, take a good look at the windows in your home. Are they decorated, beautifully enhanced? Do they affect the way light enters the room? Or do they look the same as the day you first saw the home of your dreams – bare and neglected? Think of your windows as you do yourself: are they well-dressed, are they outdated, are they thrown together, or are they just plain bare naked?
If you answered “bare and neglected,” or even “outdated,” you’re not alone. That same group of successful REALTORs said that windows are the most difficult part of a home to decorate (“dress”), to enhance to their fullest potential. To many, the measuring, the hardware, choosing the right fabric and other considerations in selecting beautiful window enhancements is simply too much for many homeowners. The idea of making all the right decisions for each and every window can be overwhelming. The result: bare or outdated windows in an otherwise beautiful home.