Bi-Fold and Patio Doors
Adding the personal touch in a conservation area
Mr & Mrs Lowry saw the potential in a rather uninspiring 1970’s three bedroom Hampshire house – they took the opportunity to purchase an unloved property on a very nice street, in order to make it their own.
“Our family love outdoor space, so the huge garden and swimming pool that this house came with were the big attraction for us, and we’ve been able to transform the house into a completely unrecognisable, modern and spacious six-bedroom family home”
says Mr Lowry.
“We found Timber Windows on Google, and visited the Horndean showroom knowing that our home was in a conservation area where no uPVC was permitted.”
Open plan living
The family took an open plan approach to their living space, extending to the back, opening it up and reconfiguring the house design and layout around the garden.
As a household with lively children and animals – Sonic & Scout the dogs, and Snowy the cat star in our photos – the right products were crucial,
“Bi-Folds were ideal to let the outside in”
Mr Lowry comments.
“The kitchen and dining area are flooded with light”
Mr & Mrs Lowry chose three blocks of Bi-fold doors, including a very large six-panel set spanning over 5 metres wide and space saving patio doors leading out to the balcony in an upstairs bedroom, all finished in French Grey with satin chrome ironmongery.