#NextGenStyle (4 of 7) – Mid Century Modern Meets Contemporary

Bonnie’s inspiration for her #NextGenStyle window comes from Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. She envisions several of these Next Generation Double Hung windows going across the second floor of a Wright inspired home. When she saw her window in person, Bonnie said, “seeing the details of my design come to life is really interesting. It’s amazing how the style options from Marvin can combine to create so many different looks.”

The design is a 3’ square double hung with a “Modified T” Simulated Divided Lite Pattern and Square Sticking. The sash are configured to be 1/3 over 2/3 so that no matter how the window is operated, the T Pattern remains. The exterior is Ebony while interiors feature a warm Honey Stain on Douglas Fir with Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware. To ensure convenience and privacy, her design even includes Marvin’s Light Filtering Interior Shades in Ivory.

My NGDH Style Winners 2016 websize-17Bonnie Gergely
Communications Specialist
A.W. Hastings

Bonnie keeps our customers and our employees informed on industry and product news, events, and marketing information. She enjoys being in the know and sharing all the good news that comes her way.

When she’s not preparing email newsletters and blog posts, you can find Bonnie digging for the next big story to share.


The #NextGenStyle Challenge was a contest for A.W. Hastings employees to share their vision for a personalized Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung window from Marvin. Using standard Marvin style options and any inspiration, contestants submitted their design and back story. Seven winning designs were built to order in the Marvin factory and displayed at the 2016 LBM Expo.

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