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Have a Small Space? Let the Right Style of Windows Help Make It Look Bigger

April 22nd, 2014 | 2 min. read

Have a Small Space? Let the Right Style of Windows Help Make It Look Bigger

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Apartment and condo living is a popular option for single people who live on their own. Staying in a smaller home also offers a number of advantages that large homes simply can’t match. Take a look at this story on

Avery purchased the 14th-floor condo at Wurzbach Tower in the Medical Center area in 2004. A big selling point was the unobstructed view from the tall, south-facing windows. Avery also appreciated amenities such as 24-hour security, covered parking, tennis courts, a pool, a fitness room and on-site maintenance staff.

He said reduced cleaning and maintenance are advantages of small-space living, adding that the limited space restricts his possessions.

For years, the unit stayed monochromatic, but with some effort and help, it became an attractive, lively home. Indeed, a small space should not stop you from playing with décor and design ideas. In fact, it can be more fun and challenging because it allows you to be more creative and demands that you be more resourceful.

One of the changes that can help make your small space look big is to get the right windows. For instance, you can install large windows that will create some sort of connection between the indoors and out, giving the illusion that your home is actually part of the outdoors, making the space look larger than it actually is.

As one of the most trusted San Antonio windows specialists, Southwest Exteriors can recommend the perfect set of windows for the space you have. 

Aside from improving the look of your home, new windows can also help you reduce heating and cooling energy consumption. If you are considering San Antonio windows replacement, make it a point to call Southwest Exteriors.

(Article and Image from “Small space is big on style”; September 12, 2013)