Bring the eye candy to your next Zoom meeting with these ten backgrounds featuring Western Window Systems’ massive moving glass walls.
Old West Arizona Charm Inside and Out
For its model homes at Trilogy at Wickenburg Ranch, about 65 miles west of Phoenix, Arizona, Shea Homes installed multi-slide doors to create an attractive indoor-outdoor connection.
New Heights in Southern California
Homes in the Toll Brothers master-planned communities of The Highlands and The Heights at Baker Ranch in Lake Forest, California, take full advantage of the cool climate and sunshine by offering buyers an indoor-outdoor kitchen and dining area.
Bedroom Eyefuls in Nevada
KB Home made this model house near Las Vegas, Nevada, stand out with several sustainable features including temperature controls in the master bedroom and sliding doors made with energy-efficient glass.
Indoor-Outdoor Living in Virginia
To elevate its indoor-outdoor lifestyle offerings, K. Hovnanian Homes used multi-slide doors to create a seamless transition between the interior and the exterior in the homes at Line K at Willowsford in Virginia.
North Carolina All-Weather Access
Visitors touring this Blue Heron Signature Homes model near Chapel Hill, North Carolina, can appreciate the visual access to the outdoors and covered decks that provide a bridge to nature while safeguarding against adverse weather.
Genteel Touches in Texas
They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and that’s certainly true of the Southern garden-style architecture in Gracepoint Homes at Lily in the town of Shenendoah, including a plentiful porch accessed via massive sliding glass doors.
Picture-Perfect in Colorado
The Infinity Home Collection boasts homes that back up to open space, and in the case of this house in the Solterra community in Lakewood, Colorado, that space is easily accessed via sliding glass doors that frame picture-perfect views.
Vastness and Vistas in Virginia
Multi-slide doors bring autumnal trees and fall breezes inside this house by K. Hovnanian Homes at Line K at Willowsford in the historical unincorporated community of Aldie, Virginia.