From contractors and designers to builders and homeowners, Pella Windows and Doors has long been acknowledged for a tradition of quality products with style that turns heads.
Last year was no surprise, with Pella products catching the attention of newspapers, magazines and professional publications across the country. If you’re looking to bring the latest looks to your Danville home when remodeling, check out how the experts placed Pella front and center in their designs.
HGTV Magazine showcased Pella Architect Series® doors twice in 2017. A July article covering repainting a doorway to add color used a Pella door as the canvas, while the Architect Series 5-panel smooth fiberglass door was featured as December’s “Front Door of the Month.”
Large, scenic glass windows were a major design trend in 2017. So when The Wall Street Journal covered the trend, it was no shock that Pella windows were highlighted as a popular choice for designers, architects and owners of some of the most unique ski homes in the country.
When award-winning contemporary architecture and design magazine AZURE wanted to showcase new hardware for “sleek and seamless openings,” they looked to the broad portfolio of contemporary hardware options on Pella’s Architect Series doors. The November article touted Pella’s style to the designers, architects and other taste-making developers that make up their readership.
House Beautiful, “the magazine of style to inspire your own,” was itself inspired by a red craftsman Architect Series door. They featured it in their section, justifiably named “The Best,” a November feature detailing exterior decorating products.
When Period Homes magazine wanted to look at the trend of wood doors for their “Making an Entrance” article in November, Pella’s Architect Series found itself featured again.
Meanwhile, when Washington Post Resident Products Editor Nigel F. Manyard wrote a firsthand account of his home remodeling experience, the increased energy efficiency that Pella replacement windows offered his home was a highlight of his project.
Pella even had a starring role on television, popping up in four various episodes of HGTV’s “Property Brothers: Buying and Selling,” where host Drew Scott praised the value Pella’s windows brought to the redesign of a home, while home owners found the windows “gorgeous.”
A strong history may be at the core of Pella products, but the future will continue to look bright as experts look to Pella quality and style increasingly in 2018.
Find out how Pella of Danville can help create a dynamic, headline-grabbing look of your own in your home.