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Black-on-Black Windows: A Trend to Look Into

No matter your contemporary architectural style, this movement is a stunning statement for any home.



The contemporary movement is in full force these days, and when it comes to windows and doors in Colorado homes and beyond, this is good news—certain trends like larger window units translate to even more luxury, as homeowners are enjoying uninterrupted views of the gorgeous landscape they cherish.

Along with larger window and door units, black-on-black exterior and interior finishes, as well as black hardware, are huge fashions that have outlasted the typical lifetime of a trend, which means it’s not only a way to make your home feel modern now but also for years to come.

On top of that, black-on-black windows and doors work in virtually any architectural style, especially when you consider the peppered steel option, a textured finish that mimics the industrial vibe of steel.


From left: Peppered steel close-up; peppered steel window finish

To prove this trend’s durability and versatility, here are examples of black-on-black window and door finishes in four distinct contemporary home styles.

1. Ultra-contemporary


Photo credit: Charles Davis Smith – AIA & Matt Fajkus Architecture
2. Modern farmhouse

3. Sleek and simple

4. New traditional

Penny Goodpaster is the Colorado Regional Manager for Sierra Pacific Windows, a company that provides strikingly innovative windows and doors, crafted with time-tested attention to detail. View their profile or contact Penny at 303.465.4676.

Content provided by Sierra Pacific Windows.

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