Marvin Windows and Doors have evolved to a point that we needed to present them in a whole new way.
Chelsea, MA (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
Marvin windows and doors have the power to transform a room and nowhere is that more evident than at JB Sash & Door’s brand new Marvin Window and Door Showroom in Chelsea, Massachusetts.
“Our retail partnership with Marvin Windows and Doors goes back more than two decades,” said Rick Bertolami, co-owner of JB Sash & Door. “Their products have evolved to a point that we needed to present them in a whole new way and this 3,000-square-foot space has been designed to do just that.”
“The two-story showroom allows our customers to enter right inside our front door or from our offices upstairs,” added Rick’s cousin and JB Sash co-owner Ron Bertolami. “When you enter the space, it’s a real ‘wow’ with beautiful installations of the products in every direction and a feeling of being both inside and outdoors.”
According to the Bertolamis, they wanted to create a whole new way to explore how windows can feel inside a home. As a result, the space offers seating areas where customers can discuss their vision of how a room will be used, how they want the light to fill the space and what kind of connection they want to make between their interior and the beauty outdoors.
The one-of-a-kind showroom includes a Marvin Windows and Doors Personalization Station. Here a visitor begins an exploration of the many ways windows and doors can be personalized to reflect their lifestyle. A giant “dream board” offers paint and stain colors, exotic hardware styles and finishes, an array of different types of glass and integrated shade options that inspire the visitor’s home design imagination. Just steps away, there are two freestanding rooms – referred to as “pavilions” – that are designed to reveal the actual installation of different windows and doors to inspire freethinking.
The Marvin Windows and Doors Pavilion
In the Marvin Windows and Doors Pavilion, visitors are treated to actual installations of five styles of windows including Marvin’s iconic Corner Window. The space shows a sliding door, French door and nine different types of glass…