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HGTV’s “Boise Boys” Turn to Pella for the Latest Window and Door Trends

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Pella® windows and doors rise to the top for designers who want to create up-to-date living spaces that make an influence with high-quality replacement windows and doors.

Pella® Impervia® replacement windows and Architect Series® contemporary doors played a spotlight role in a recent episode of HGTV’s “Boise Boys.” The Timber and Love staff had a customer who sought a modern redesign, while keeping the look of hard wood throughout their home. These on-trend Pella products met their needs.

Read on for highlights of the redesign and information about the latest design trends:

Pella Sliding DoorsPhoto attributed to TIMBER AND LOVE and BOISE BOYS

Black is sleek: Think of it as highlighter for your replacement windows: basic black lines that make a dramatic impact. Black-framed windows and sliding doors are on-trend thanks to their versatility. Homeowners and designers alike recognize black-framed windows for their ability to create a modern room with strong contrast or, on the other hand, to develop a stronger connection to the outdoors, subtly combining outdoor and indoor spaces. 

Master bedroom with Pella windowsPhoto attributed to TIMBER AND LOVE and BOISE BOYS

Expansive glass in clean lines: Today’s homeowners are looking for increased simplicity in home design, with sharp edges and crisp lines. They’re also seeking to bring the outdoors into their homes with large, eye-catching windows and lift-and-slide patio doors, like Pella Scenescape, which feature multiple panels that stay stationary until ready to be opened on rollers. The result: Dramatic views, increased natural light and a high-end current look that is often more affordable than homeowners expect.

Photo attributed to TIMBER AND LOVE and BOISE BOYS

Energy efficiency: Big windows and wide patio doors sound like a like a burden for energy bills, right? Not with Pella windows. Available in double- or triple-pane InsulShield Low-E glass with environmentally-friendly argon gas, Pella windows can cut up to 95 percent of UV radiation, depending on the glass installed in your window.

Boise Boys House with Pella windowsPhoto attributed to TIMBER AND LOVE and BOISE BOYS

High-end woods: The “Boise Boys” remodel contrasts the warm, natural look of hard wood with modern, straight-line design. While recent window trends have designers looking for pine, white oak or mahogany styles, Boise Boys went with Pella Impervia windows. While they look like fine-grain wood, Impervia windows are actually crafted with a low-maintenance fiberglass frame.

Just as The Boise Boys discovered, no matter what your replacement window or door project demands, Pella offers styles that capture the eye, make imagination into reality and keep your house looking up to date, all with quality craftsmanship you’ll be able to depend on for years.

Learn more about how Pella can bring the latest looks to your home by calling us at 781-239-1161 or schedule an in-home consultation using our online scheduler.

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