French Country Retreat features Style Line® Vinyl Windows


Open Concept Floor Plan

Just southwest of Fort Worth, John Askew Custom Homes built a lovely French Country retreat. The 4,400 square foot home was designed in response to growing interest in single-story homes with an open concept, yet warm and sophisticated style. 

Dining room shot with vinyl windows

Choosing The Best Fit

They selected Milgard® Style Line® Series vinyl windows for its slim-profile frames, yet energy efficient performance qualities. The tan color exterior frames added a warm, inviting feel to the home.

Bedroom with Style Line® Series windows

Living Room View

The living room has windows along each wall and a swing door that opens to the back patio. A large window with grids brings a touch of elegance to the dining room. The views look into the expansive landscape, a quiet place just outside Fort Worth.

Living room view with natural light from Style Line® Series Windows and Patio Door

Dining Room

“The Milgard windows accent the beauty of this home,” said Jennifer Askew, project design coordinator at John Askew Custom Homes.” We have been extremely pleased with the windows; they are truly a quality product.”

Dining room shot of Style Line® Vinyl Series Window


Project Information

Project Lead: John Askew Custom Homes, voted Best Builder in Fort Worth 2013 and 2015

Milgard products used: Style Line® Series vinyl windows

Location: Bella Flora, Texas


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