The Latest Trends in Window Design 2023: Stay Up-to-Date with KJM Group
KJM is proud to provide top quality double and triple glazing installations to customers in Berkshire, Dorset, Surrey, and Wiltshire. We specialise in delivering thermally efficient and long-lasting windows, doors, and conservatory solutions to homeowners in the area as part of our comprehensive home improvement services.
Our knowledgeable team strives to provide customers with superior workmanship and meticulous attention to detail with all window installations, guaranteeing performance you can trust for years to come. Our energy efficient windows are the perfect way to save money on heating costs while bringing a bit of extra warmth and style into the home at an affordable price. Our selection includes the hottest trends and newest designs to keep up with the ever-changing home improvement market.
What’s Hot in 2023?
As we approach 2024, a diverse range of new window design trends are becoming increasingly popular- dramatically transforming the appearance and purpose of modern windows. Where previously windows were thought of strictly for their functionality, modern window designs are working hard to make them a statement piece for any home.
Trending window designs include a wide selection of colours, materials, and sizes, offering something for every homeowner’s preferences and style. New window technology and materials are introducing homeowners to more durable, energy-efficient windows that decrease energy costs while improving insulation. This is fantastic news for 2023, where climate concerns continue to rise, and energy bills are getting no better!
Modern windows are also designed to maximise natural light and enhance the comfort of the home. With the rise in work from home culture in 2023, it’s more important than ever to look after our mental health in the ways that matter most. Natural sunlight boosts the mood and energy levels of any homeowner, and helps to improve air quality in a space, making it more comfortable to sit in for long periods of time- including on those difficult work days.
Homeowners also have access to advanced safety features in the modern age- things they would have never thought of before! These include motion sensors, advanced multi-point locks, and even smart security alarms. Crime is sadly on the rise across the country, making these adept security features even more important than ever for homeowners to invest in.
Let the Light In
One of the hottest trends is the use of large, expansive windows, often floor to ceiling, to improve natural daylight and reduce energy costs. Here at KJM group, we offer a range of expansive window options, from efficient and cost-saving uPVC to stunning, durable aluminium designs.
Windows that put out plenty of warming sunlight work to enhance everyone’s mental health, keeping stress levels low and providing a positive space for productivity- especially for those working from home. In the wake of the pandemic, the need to take care of your mental wellbeing at home has never been greater, making it a perfect time to invest in a range of expansive window designs, breathing an air of relaxation into any home they touch.
Slim aluminium frames and bright, colourful window treatments are also popping up in modern homes. This trend provides plenty of options for improving the style, comfort, and energy efficiency of your home- all while using sustainable materials to craft your new window.
We offer a range of sustainable aluminium options here at KJM, with cost-saving thermal breaks that help to keep your home warm for years to come. Our range of aluminium windows also come in a range of contemporary colours, making them perfect for a wide range of properties, whether modern or traditional.
Triple Glazing and Secondary Glazing
When we discuss triple glazing as a hot design trend, it’s important to be specific about what we’re referring to. Triple glazing is often seen as the most energy efficient form of glazing and typically consists of three layers of glass with two air chambers filled with an inert gas, occasionally accompanied by a low-emissivity (low-E) coating. Secondary glazing involves fitting an additional window to the inside of an existing window frame, often made from acrylic or aluminium.
In either case, enhancing the glazing of your home helps to keep it thermally efficient, whatever the weather- making it perfect come rain or shine. With heating bills on the rise, it’s no wonder that thermal efficiency has risen to the top of the priority list in 2023 for a range of UK homeowners.
Contact KJM Group Today.
Looking for a range of high quality windows that keep up with the latest design trends? We’ve got you covered here at KJM! With a wide variety of window options available, we’re sure that we stock the perfect design to enhance any style of home- whether modern or traditional.
If you have any questions about the home improvement services we provide, please get in touch – either call us on 01264 359355 or use our online form in the top right corner. We can’t wait to hear from you!