20 Dec Tatler Feature: New Windows to Match Your New Year’s Energy
New Windows to Match Your New Year’s Energy
Four home design trends to breathe new life into 2023
As 2023 approaches, it’s the perfect time to set goals, refresh our minds and breathe new life into our surroundings. And since everyone knows that windows are the eyes of the home, why start anywhere else when it comes to upgrading and modernising a place?
Expect some innovative twists on windows and doors to shine through in 2023. Here are four ways to elevate your home decor this year.
A Return to Classics
Classic architectural elements make a welcome return. Think columns and arches integrated into contemporary design settings, and the use of brass and other distinguished materials in decorative details. Gone are the stark white and grey colour palates of previous years; instead, we’re embracing warmer shades like off-white, soft camel and chestnut brown for a more inviting sense of place, with tailored customised windows bringing a personal touch to any property.
Bold Colours and Textures
Self-expression is trending for 2023—so don’t be afraid to experiment with innovative colours and textures that subtly inject personality. Rich window finishes in brass or bronze add textural depth to a flat room, while bold, eye-catching materials like rustic Corten steel exude character.
Sleek and Smart Solar Designs
Eco-conscious choices in the home continue to reign supreme. Harness any natural light entering a space by choosing energy-efficient windows and doors that control solar gain and glare while maintaining optimal light penetration. They make for a brighter, more eco-friendly home, and protect furnishings and artwork from harmful solar rays, and allow for lighting to enhance interior ambience.
The latest innovations in window design will continue to offer added benefits and functionality, like light transmission, temperature control and sound insulation. As a result, homeowners can choose windows and doors that meet their personal needs, whether it’s floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding doors or a window wall that create a balance between aesthetics and functionality.
When upgrading, it’s essential to consider Hong Kong’s often adverse weather conditions, and choose window and door frames resistant to rain, rust and fading. Bespoke European window provider JS Windows specialises in premium aluminium windows and doors that protect your home and stand the test of time. Whether it’s Italian-made integrated facade systems by Secco, bi-folding and sliding doors by German specialists Cero and Solarlux, or timeless design by Belgium’s Aliplast, discover its tailored collection of high-quality, hassle-free styles and materials.
Check out the full article on Tatler Asia Website.