Ways to Create the Illusion of a Bigger Room

While the home is supposed to be a safe haven, being tired may make you feel trapped in a claustrophobic apartment. A cozy and spacious living space can make you feel happier and healthier. Jones & Associates offers these tips that can help your home look and feel bigger:


Decorative Walls or Windows


To make small spaces look larger, incorporate structural changes. Contact Jones & Associates for a window replacement in Lubbock, TX. We will replace your traditional unit with a decorative window or with walls of windows. Both can invite the gaze beyond the walls of the home and into the surrounding landscape, transforming your confined space into a refreshing escape.


Window Treatments


By adding drapes in a color similar to the wall paint, you can make it seem like a much larger window. Make sure to use breezy, lightweight fabrics. Avoid heavy materials and fabrics, as these absorb light and weigh the space down. One lightweight material that can increase the sense of airiness in a room is linen.


Natural Light


Most homeowners rely on artificial lighting because it is easier to obtain and it comes at a lower price. Natural lighting, however, offers more benefits.


On your next windows replacement in Midland, TX, we can install a larger window, such as a bay, bow, or picture window. These types of windows make a room appear larger, and allow more natural light, opening up that space. These also allow for a connection with nature, which can do wonders for your emotional health.


Our windows can turn a cramped space into the cozy nest you would want to come home to after a long day. Jones & Associates can help you in choosing replacement windows that will make your home appear much bigger. We install various window types including slider, double-hung, and casement.


We can also handle roofing and siding installation, while taking care of your window and door replacement. Call us at (806) 686-1380 today to schedule a free in-home consultation and estimate.

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