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The term dual colour windows is used to describe windows which have a different colour for the internal and external parts of the frame. Many homeowners prefer them because they offer additional customisation by allowing them to create a different look for the inside and outside of their home. However, dual colour options can also be applied to a range of doors too.

Here are a few more windows & door colour related FAQs

  • Are dual colours available in different styles & material options? Many of our extensive range of windows & doors offer dual colour. So whether you want a new composite front door or maybe some modern aluminium replacement windows, don’t hesitate to ask about colour options.
  • Can you see what the colours look like before an installation? Of course! Our showroom has a huge range of the colours available. We recommend seeing the finishes up close so you can be extra sure that you’ve chosen your favourite colour combination. Find out more about our showroom here.
  • Do colours cost more than white uPVC windows or doors? Applying different colours & finishes may increase the cost, but it’s worth a little extra to help your home compliment into the interior décor and stand out from the street.  We can give you quotes for many colour options & combinations, get a free quote today!

Dual coloured window & door ideas!

Now that you know what a great feature dual colour windows and doors are, the next step is finding some to suit you. So, to inspire you, we’ve compiled some popular options for them below:

uPVC windows with black outside and white inside

By applying black to the exterior of some uPVC windows, the outside of your home will feel instantly more sophisticated. However, opting to have white applied to the internal framework ensures that the interior of your home will look bright and fresh. Any fans of two-tone music will also appreciate the opportunity to pay homage to the genre in such a unique way.

uPVC Chartwell Green and cream windows

This combination is perfect for achieving that country cottage look, inside and out. Choosing Chartwell Green for the external frames will also symbolise that your home is a pleasant, peaceful place. However, the subtle yellows found within cream are also warm and inviting, making it the perfect option for the interior framing. Plus, cream is a light shade so it will ensure your home remains bright. Send us your contact details via our online form so we can discuss the best options with you & give you a free, no-obligation quote.

uPVC windows with grey inside and Rosewood outside

The neutrality of grey ensures that your window frames will complement a wide range of interior design schemes. This makes them a great option for a lot of homes. The contrasting Rosewood exterior, however, will exude the natural beauty of timber, significantly bolstering your home’s visual appeal in a traditional manner.

Aluminium windows with Anthracite Grey outside and dark blue inside

Anthracite Grey and aluminium window frames are made for each other. The ideal partnership to create a chic, modern look, the earthy tones within Anthracite Grey mean they can blend in with more classic surroundings too. You can also detect subtle greens and blues within Anthracite Grey under certain lighting. So, by opting for a dark blue finish internally, you can add real depth to your interiors without creating too much contrast. If you want to replace your old windows with modern ones, get in touch with online.

Timber windows with Pastel Turquoise outside and Light Oak inside

Pastel Turquoise frames are perfect for homes who want to exude with quaint charm. This stunning shade is more subtle than traditional turquoise. However, it still produces the calming effect that you get from green and blue colours. A Light Oak finish is also rich and rustic. Any rooms in your home will feel instantly more charming, especially if the interior décor is traditional in style.