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Blending Contemporary and Traditional

We love this great New England home. What a masterful job the designers did at taking a traditional style and giving it a fresh, contemporary twist.

Contemporary styles are hot right now, but if you’re living in a more traditionally styled existing home, you can still add contemporary flavor. Marvin has an array of new contemporary products with clean lines and dazzling new finishes that can add a contemporary feel to any home.

Windows are an important part of contemporary design, as in this San Francisco Bay-area home. Square sticking gives a clean line and increases the glass area for a better view.

Think fresh, think bold and realize that there are many possibilities to add a contemporary touch to any home.

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Yobu 7/6/2014 11:12:38 PM
you can to an extent. but it would look rellay Trailer trash lolif I understand the crank window, the window can be simple removed, stored and then put it in. {Side window crank or up/dwn crank} if it can't be removed, you basically have to duct the side discharge vents to outside, plus have unit on a pedistal. If you own the house, can look into the Thru the wall ac option

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