Inspired by Marvin

Read up on the latest news and remodeling stories from Marvin Windows and Doors' 'Inspired by Marvin' Blog now featured on Truitt & White!

February 17, 2017 - The Rise of the Transitional Home

Welcome to the transitional home, the fast-growing movement pays homage to contemporary and traditional home styles.


January 16, 2017 - Small Footprint, Big Views

Lake Home Brings the Outdoors In - Lake Calhoun, Minneapolis, Minnesota featuring Integrity Windows and Doors.


January 16, 2017 - Bright New Outlook for a California Zoo

Custom-Color windows and doors set the stage for family fun at the Happy Hollow Park & zoo in San Jose, California.


January 6, 2017 - Welcome to the Age of Big Glass

Find out how big glass comes without high energy bills, drafty interiors, outside noise and asethetic limitations.


January 3, 2017 - Capturing the Nordic Light

Expansive windows celebrate natural light in a northern climate. Find out more about Scandinavian design here.


December 29, 2016 - Remodeling Your Home? Start From the Outside

If you're thinking about remodeling in the near future, here are several ideas to make the most of your remodeling budget.


December 20, 2016 - Here's How to Use 2017's Bright Pantone Color of the Year

Right in stride with the new year, Pantone has released its 2017 Color of the year: Greenery. Find out more about the Color of the Year here.


December 2, 2016 - Old Becomes New in the Foothills of Central Israel

Find out how Marvin Windows and Doors helped this family achieve a modern, energy efficient home with comfortable, light-filled living spaces and gracious views of the valley.


November 16, 2016 - Forging a Connection to the Texas Skies One Window at a Time

Find out how the architects of SHM Architects utilized a selection of massive windows to show the modernist movement of the 20th century.


October 13, 2016 - A Mini-Home With Mega-Views

Find out how this fantastic Mini-Home won Marvin Windows and Doors' Architects Challenge in the contemporary category.