Contemporary Kitchen Window Styles
Choosing the right windows for your home can be a difficult task, but if you have a more modern kitchen design in mind, we can help you create your perfect contemporary window style.
What is a contemporary window style?
While a broad term, contemporary windows tend to be clean, sleek and large scale. From simple lines to dramatic angles, floor to ceiling windows are commonplace in modern kitchen designs, as well as shaped windows.
The key to modern and contemporary kitchen windows is simplicity. You’ll want to stay away from any glass patterns or decorations and opt for a clear window instead. On the whole, contemporary windows tend to have more glazing than traditional styles. They’ll also often have clean lines, open spaces and simple colours.
When it comes to modern and contemporary window frames, the thinner the better. That’s why aluminium frames are such a popular choice.
Sleek and clean, our range of aluminium windows are available in more than 200 colours to perfectly match your modern kitchen design. Choose our contemporary Anthracite Grey windows for a sleek and stylish look, or on-trend sage green for a modern kitchen space. Our aluminium windows are also available in a number of classic colours, including white, cream and black, as well as dual-coloured to better match their unique surroundings.
Not only are they effortlessly stylish, but our aluminium windows are also extremely high performing and durable, thanks to their strong powder-coated frames. This means they’re protected against corrosion and will stay looking clean and fresh for years to come. What’s more is, they're energy efficient and incredibly effective at noise reduction and cutting down sounds from outside.
While aluminium is usually the first choice for modern window styles, wooden frames can also add a contemporary and clean look.
Natural wood frames perfectly match the popular Scandinavian and modern kitchen design trend, and have a softer, more organic feel than aluminium frames. You’ll want to opt for light, natural-looking wooden frames to really embody the trend.