Andersen Windows Project Showcase

Project Showcase

Explore a few of the ways we’ve helped people build, remodel and restore their homes.

Modern Farmhouse Windows

Modern Farmhouse

The Farmhouse home style is inherently simple and clean. This home pushes the style to new heights by moving away from the smaller windows common in a farm house and moving towards larger windows grouped together. On the inside the color palette uses cool tones to help create a calming vibe.
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Texas Modern Window Style

Texas Modern Home

This Texas home dabbles with elements from a variety of Modern home styles but still manages to include exposed stone and wood elements that ground it to the Texas tradition. With an expansive entry that leads to comfortable sitting areas, an open dining area, and a kitchen that offers plenty of room for gathering, the flow of the house works well for entertaining or just everyday life. Large window groupings allow plenty of natural light to pour in, and playful picture windows placed high on the wall add interest both inside and out.

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Modern Style Windows

Not Your Typical Neighborhood Home

Built in a modular style this Industrial Modern home was designed to fit into a mature inner-city neighborhood lot. Even with a smaller footprint the home feels roomy once inside with an open "L" comprised of the dining room, kitchen and living room. The use of wood both on the interior and exterior help create great warmth and contrast. Smart use of awning windows in the bedrooms add light and view while maintaining privacy. Gliding patio doors throughout keep the lines clean and maximize the view.
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California Eclectic Windows

California Eclectic

The Spanish Colonial Revival home style has been evolving in Southern California for years. This home follows that trend but adds in some distinctly French Eclectic flavor for something totally unique. Outside, the clay roof, arched entranceways and stucco clearly root it in the Spanish Colonial Style. Once inside, the lines begin to blur as the ornate fireplace, stone window surrounds and ceiling stenciling pull the house toward the French countryside. Built on a hill, the large windows perfectly frame the view of the bay below. Smaller casement windows combine for that French window feel.
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