Question about painting windows

dnilsenMarch 14, 2012

I also posted this in Building a house. I thought I posted this earlier, but somehow it has disappeared, but, my question is this: My windows were put in yesterday and I am planning to paint white as an exterior color. My windows are clad and are paintable, but since my panes that are enclosed between two pieces of glass are white, would it look weird for my interior trim color to be a tannish color? The panes are only on top in craftsman style and the bottom are open. See photo. Any input is welcome.

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graywings123

I hate to send you to yet another forum, but the Home Decorating forum would be a good place for this question if you don't get many answers here.

    Bookmark   March 15, 2012 at 12:54PM
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