Our Favorite Pella Triple-Pane Windows at Home
Triple-pane windows offer numerous benefits to homeowners and fit right in among any design style. See some of our favorite customer examples of our triple-pane windows in action.
The right window can work wonders for your home. And every month, designers, builders and architects tag us in stunning shots of their work on Instagram, showcasing the style and versatility of Pella windows. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite uses of Pella triple-pane windows.
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Triple-Pane Windows for Your Home
Elegant meets energy efficient with Pella triple-pane windows. While most windows have two panes of glass, our triple-pane windows allow for increased energy efficiency while blocking 86 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Triple-pane glass is available on Lifestyle Series, Architect Series, Pella® Reserve™ and Pella® 350 Series windows and patio doors, as well as Pella® 250 Series windows.
Triple-pane windows are available in range of finishes and styles. With versatile features and options you can customize your window to coordinate with your interior design style while enjoying the noise-reducing and energy-efficient benefits of triple-pane windows. See how these real-life Pella customers have styled their new or replacement Pella windows to suit their homes.
Casement Windows for a Serene Retreat
If there is any place you want windows that insulate well from the cold and heat, it’s the bathroom. A relaxing dip in the tub will quickly be ruined by cold, drafty windows. Luckily, the savvy designers at Kootenia chose triple-pane windows for this elegant bathroom.
The cozy bathroom bump-out is perfect for two things — a soaking tub and natural light. Two large white vinyl windows fill the area with daylight and brighten the all white space. Crank the casement windows open for fresh air during a soak or while getting ready. Traditional grille patterns on the windows illuminate the classic beauty of the serene retreat. In spaces like bathrooms where privacy is a concern, between-the-glass blinds and shades are an ideal solution.
A mixture of white marble with gray veining, penny tile and subway tile add textural interest while staying within the clean color palette. Add in a lovely crystal pendant above the soaking tub and framed artwork and you are left with one chic, stylish bathroom.
Contemporary Black Windows
A home featured on the Parade of Homes is worth showing off, and we can see why this North Dakota home designed by Grendahl Design Co. was a featured participant.
Cozy mixes with contemporary in this transitional gray living room. The wood floor, mantel and coffee table bring texture and a rustic feel, while neutral hues keep the look simple but welcoming. Contemporary black double-hung windows with a cross grille pattern on the top sash create a modern farmhouse vibe. We especially love the way the black windows create contrast to the room’s gray, brown and white surroundings. If black windows aren’t your thing, never fear. Wood windows from the Pella® Architect Series are available in a wide array of color offerings, so whether you prefer traditional white or a more unique color that matches your décor, you can select the window finish or stain that is perfect for your home.
Windows for Mid-Century Style
The forecast is looking bright with these stunning floor-to-ceiling windows, which feature energy-efficient triple-pane insulated glass. In a home with expansive windows like this, energy-efficient glass is a must to protect not only your window investment, but also your home’s décor from the harmful effects of sun exposure over time.
In this image shared by MCAS Roofing, large picture windows provide expansive sightlines and enhance the mid-century aesthetic of the living room. Picture windows are a wonderful way to create a seamless connection between indoors and out. In this space, décor is intentionally kept minimal to allow the natural surroundings to be the star of the show. The low profile of the coffee table, sofa and mantel not only contribute to the mid-century modern aesthetic but also allow for uninterrupted views out the windows.
Black windows are commonly associated with a more modern design style, but the white windows in this home are equally stunning and contemporary. Visit our modern and contemporary window image gallery to find inspiration for your own project.
Learn more about how triple-pane windows can positively impact your home’s design by scheduling a free in-home consultation today.