Choosing a colour for your windows and doors requires careful thought to enhance the overall appearance of your home. Colour selection may be influenced by your home’s cladding and interior colour schemes. The window colour may complement the cladding colour, with tones a few shades up or down, or contrasting joinery colours may be popular, especially darker natural tones and silver.
Powdercoating is the most popular surface finish and offers a huge range of colour options that cater for buildings in all locations. Our popular colour range includes 35 colours that are also available to colour-match your hardware to the joinery.
Note: when you are choosing your aluminium joinery colour, always assess the colour in natural light using an aluminium colour swatch.
The colours shown are an onscreen guide only and no guarantee can be given that they will be an exact colour match for the finished product. View our physical swatches for an exact match.
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Anodising is a durable and colourfast technology that offers an alternative to powdercoating. Anodising is a popular choice for architectural projects with the matt 'frost' finish as standard though traditional anodising is also available.
Anodising creates a dynamic finish as the brightness of the colour changes depending on the angle you're viewing it from. Some variability of colour can occur and is part of the anodising process. There are six colours available in the anodised finish.
Note: when you are choosing your aluminium joinery colour, always assess the colour in natural light using an aluminium colour swatch. We are able to provide you with the colour swatch samples upon request.
Colour Selection Tips
- For a joinery colour that complements the house cladding it is common to choose a tone a few shades up or down from the cladding colour
- Choosing the same colour as the house can give a very clean look, especially in white or cream tones
- Remember, however, that the colour of joinery you choose now may limit options in the future if you want a change of house colour
- Contrasting joinery colours are popular and darker natural tones, silver and black are often chosen
- Dark or black joinery against a light coloured house, especially in a plaster finish, can look very sharp and attractive
- Matching the joinery colour to the roof or fascia for a unified look is also popular
- It is important to remember that the joinery colour impacts on the inside view and so can influence interior colour schemes. A good option can be to choose a neutral joinery colour that preserves flexibility for interior selections e.g white, cream, grey, taupe, black or silver.