Need advice, our home is a 1920's craftsmen. The woodwork in the living room, dining room, & office (the rooms you see when entering the home) is all the original stained woodwork. It is beautiful & we get alot of complements on it. However, the remodeled kitchen & first floor bath have painted trim, off white in color. We've replaced all 1st floor windows (except kitchen & bath that are already newer) with vinyl replacements that look like stained wood. They match the woodwork well, you really can't tell the difference between the wood & the vinyl. We will be replacing the upstairs windows, however, this is my dilema. The trim upstairs is currently all stained & NOT in good condition plus there is some missing in one of the bedrooms. I would like to paint all the trim in the stairwell & all the bedrooms the same off white color as in the kitchen but that color wouldn't necessarily match any available replacement window colors (which are white, almond & stained wood). The almond color would be the closest. Would it look funny to replace all the windows with the stained wood color (same as the first floor) & then have all the trim around the windows the off white color? I thought to make it look a little more uniform I would leave all the doors stained to match the new windows & some of the banister in the stairwell but all the trim boards would be off white. Need your honest opinion. I don't want to paint & then have to strip it & it's also holding us up on ordering the new windows which we need desperately.