Painted Vinyl Windows and Patio Doors Accent a Contemporary Condo


Keeping The Modern Style

Clean lines, smooth surfaces and an abundance of light flowing into room reinforce the look of this contemporary style condominium in Denver, Colorado. Ornamentation was kept to a minimum to help the space feel larger. 

Open concept floor plan

Tuscany Series® vinyl windows and patio doors were chosen for this new construction project. Sliding horizontal windows were a great choice for the design allowing access to the great expansive views of downtown Denver. 

Horizontal Sliding window over dining room table


Even Sight Lines for Sleek Appearance

The architect chose to have the vinyl frames painted before installation to continue the sleek appearance that was echoed throughout the rooms.

Vinyl patio doors


Exterior Frame Color Options

The color chosen was Bronze, for the exterior, which gave a very modern feel. In addition, by using painted vinyl windows, the homeowner will enjoy the look of metal, but, the energy efficiency and low maintenance that vinyl frames offer.

Vinyl Patio Door

Full Lifetime Warranty

The builder appreciated the Milgard Full Lifetime Warranty that comes with Tuscany Series will provide the new homeowner with peace of mind for years to come.


Project Information

Builder:  Fenice Partners LLC 

Architect:  Anchen Wang Architects, LLC

Milgard Product: Tuscany® Series Vinyl Windows and Patio Doors

Location: Denver, Colorado

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