Replacing old wooden windows with metal-plastic ones is a responsible and long-term undertaking. The reason for this is the need to approach thoughtfully not only to the issues of choosing the technical characteristics of the window, but also the ability, the desire to select the external parameters of new windows not according to the principle “like everyone else”, but in such a way that the metal-plastic structures favorably differ in design, emphasize the style and originality of the interior of the room.
What gives the windows a special charm, exclusivity and uniqueness? Of course, the shape and color scheme are ideally combined with the interior details (furniture, wall decoration, floor, ceiling, various decorative elements). When manufacturing modern metal-plastic windows, various options for their “coloring” are possible. This applies to giving color not only to plastic parts, but also to the glass unit itself, as well as decorating slopes. Thus, creating a unique window that fits perfectly into the design of your room is not difficult at all. Let’s understand the intricacies of the color characteristics of metal-plastic windows.
It should be noted that PVC window varnishing can be carried out in a wide variety of shades. Their number today exceeds 150 tones according to the RAL classification. The painting itself is not necessarily double-sided, varnishing the window profile only from the inside significantly reduces the cost of the total cost of a metal-plastic window. One-sided varnishing or lamination is especially beneficial if the window will be mainly used in ventilation mode. Then the outer unpainted side will be practically invisible..
When contacting the company for the production and installation of metal-plastic windows, be sure to clarify the issue of the durability of the laminating film, find out about the warranty provided by the manufacturer. When choosing a decorative coating, pay attention to the features of the interior of the room. The most optimal in most cases is the choice of color “wood”, because “wood” motives usually resonate with furniture, as well as flooring in the room. Carefully select the tone and pattern of the laminate – the type of imitated wood. The dark “oak” laminate, “light wenge” furniture and windows with imitation of coniferous wood look very sloppy.
Double-glazed windows of metal-plastic windows can also be decorated in an original way. Today the most popular are pseudo-stained-glass windows and decoration with spros.
Pseudo-stained glass is an external analogue of a real stained-glass window, however, it is much easier and cheaper to manufacture. In fact, pseudo-stained glass consists of small polymer films with elements of a general pattern, which are applied to the glass. At the joints of the films, steel strips are glued, which give the maximum similarity to stained glass.
Shpros are thin metal rods that outwardly are very similar to wooden slats, previously widely used in the manufacture of large glass sheets. In modern interiors, windows decorated with shpros look very elegant and exclusive.
So, there are very, very many options for the original decoration of metal-plastic windows, the choice remains with the buyer, whose imagination will prompt the only correct decision that will be able to miraculously transform any, even the most ordinary apartment.