How JELD-WEN Windows and Doors can Help you Achieve your Interior Design Goals Modern and minimalism are two of the most popular interior design styles at the moment and for good reason! They are a great option for anyone looking to invest in decorating their home as these styles are virtually timeless and very cost efficient. Chances are you have been using both modern and minimalist styles interchangeably without realizing the difference. While they both share many similarities such as clean straight lines, open spaces, and natural light, there are key elements that set them a part. What is Modern Design? Modern design originated in the late 1940s early 1950s when there was a real shift from heavy ornamentation in design to more streamline simplistic design. This style is often thought of as a spectrum as it combines a variety of minimalist, abstract, geometric, bright, and bold elements. It focuses…

A visual tour of common Canadian architectural styles If you’re passionate about real estate and enjoy renovation shows, you might have some very particular preferences when it comes to selecting windows and doors. We consider these shows a form of window shopping, sprinkled with a little bit of architectural education. It is so inspiring to see how other people have made their vision of a perfect property come to life, and all the architectural information helps viewers narrow in on what styles they want to adopt for their next renovation. Whether you live in the northern regions of this great country, or more temperate locations, using Canadian-made windows and doors to stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer will have your old Tudor or modern Craftsman functional and beautiful year-round. As one of the world’s largest window and door manufacturers, JELD-WEN has spent years in the business working with builders and renovators to bring true Canadian home styles to neighbourhoods from James Bay to Quidi Vidi. Trends in home styles are constantly evolving as generations gain inspiration from what was and what can be. What style is your home?…