Structural reinforcements, additions, and window replacements move ahead at the Southern Living Magazine Idea House. And in keeping with the painstaking attention to detail, the openings for all the windows are being raised or moved to the perfect spot, and each one replaced with a beautiful new Marvin window, built especially to match the historic character and warmth of this 19th century farmhouse situated in charming Senoia, Georgia.
The project architects, Historical Concepts, worked with Marvin because they were able to match the lines and proportions original to the house. The simulated divided lites and details can be customized from a myriad of possibilities, to perfectly suite any style or concept a homeowner, architect or dreamer can invent.
Once the windows are installed by the Marvin authorized installers, the homeowners will be able to enjoy their beauty from indoors as well as from the wraparound porch. And because the exteriors were made with Marvin’s famously long lasting, fade-resistant aluminum cladding, they’ll never need repainting or sealing to handle whatever the Georgia climate dishes out. That means extra lemonade and hammock time for the homeowner – just what life in Senoia, Georgia should be about.
The Southern Living Magazine 2012 Idea House will be open to the public June –October 2012. Click here to plan your visit.