Our window selection for the family ties custom build project

A major design feature of our Family Ties Custom Build are the bright sun-filled rooms with expansive views. We got the look by partnering with Andersen Windows and Doors using their budget-friendly 100 Series. Today we are sharing how rich these affordable windows look throughout our beautiful modern casual home. Take a look!

Design: Becki Owens
Build: Split Rock Custom Homes
Photography: Rebekah Westover Photography

We chose Andersen Windows for the quality. We’ve partnered with them before and love how their products complement a clean modern aesthetic. They help create the indoor/outdoor vibe that we love with customizable oversize windows that flood the space with light.

For this project we chose to use Andersen’s 100 Series. It’s their most affordable option but still achieves the refined look we expect while being essentially maintenance free. These windows are durable and won’t fade, flake or blister.

The windows are available in customizable colors, designs, sizes and shapes. To add interest throughout the home, we used a combination of shapes and styles, as well as gridded and grid-less.

We kept the design of the space light and airy but added contrast using black for the windows. The 100 Series is available in a variety of rich dark colors. Black windows are a popular design trend and one we love for adding a bit of modern edge. Black windows also act as a frame that makes the outside views pop.

The black windows also look beautiful from the outside in. They complement the clean modern lines of our white and black exterior.

Andersen Windows help make the design of this project. We used them to flood each light with space and to frame the red-rock views of this St. George, Utah Parade Home. Check out Andersen Windows and Doors to see how they can help transform your project. We will be sharing more views and sources for each space in this home so be sure to visit again soon!

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