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When entering a home, you want to feel warm and welcomed. Entryway windows create an inviting atmosphere by introducing dimension and detail to your doorstep. With the ability to customize your entryway windows, your design will speak to your unique personality. Read on for our top four entryway window designs that instantly beautify your doorstep.
Entryway windows are windows that elevate your exterior door or nearby spot. Transom windows, sidelights or custom windows are usually installed above or alongside your exterior door. If you have limited space, installing windows on surrounding walls will allow more natural light into your home. Enhancing your home’s appearance with high-quality, customized windows is a sure way to increase its curb appeal and value.
Door enhancements like sidelights and transom windows can typically be customized to match your exterior door. Choose from various paint or laminate colors, as well as wood grain stains. We’ll break down some of the most popular entryway window options to help you make your design decision.
Sidelights are vertical panels that are installed on both sides of your entry door. Glass panes provide your sidelights with a full, half or partial view outside of your home, depending on how many panes are installed. Full or multi-paneled sidelights let you control how much natural light enters your home.
Transom windows are decorative, horizontal windows that are installed directly above a window or door. Traditional transom windows are rectangular in shape but can be customized to include arches, glass detailing or optional interior screens. In an entryway design, transom windows look beautiful on their own or paired with a set of sidelights.
Privacy glass is a type of window glass that can be installed to prevent unwanted looks in your home. Rain, vapor and obscure patterns add aesthetics and privacy to your sidelights or transom windows. Despite their distorted appearance, privacy glass—with the exception of tinted windows—allows the same level of natural light to enter your home.