Entrance Door, Flush Casement Windows and French Doors
In a stunning, picturesque country location stands this uniquely styled farmhouse owned by Mr & Mrs Burton. Surrounded by fields, wildlife and other farmhouses, Mr & Mrs Burton are currently working on converting some of their land into their very own, personal vineyard!
When describing the original state of the property at the time of purchase, Mrs Burton explains
“The original windows were very dark wood and they were completely rotten! We needed to replace every window in the entire house”.
Mrs Burton came across a Timber Windows advertisement while reading a locally distributed magazine.
“Whenever possible, we try to buy from local businesses and coming across the advert was perfect timing!”
Bespoke windows for a very unique property
Flush casement windows, French doors and an Entrance door were installed around the farmhouse and all have a dual colour finish. Externally, ‘Tent Grey’ was specified whilst internally, a colour complementary to Farrow & Ball ‘All White’ has been applied. The windows and doors all feature Satin Chrome ironmongery. The unique architecture of the home required a number of triangular and other tall, wide casement windows.
Stylish entrance door that gives a strong first impression
The bespoke Apsley style entrance door at the front of the house features the same dual colour finish while also featuring a Satin Chrome Plated Extended Profile handle from Samuel Heath as well as bespoke, 72mm vertical astragal glazing bars and Satinovo patterned glass. The end result is a truly unique door, perfectly contributing to the farmhouse’s already, one of a kind style.
“We are absolutely delighted with the new windows and doors! There used to be sliding doors in place which were incredibly dated and very heavy to move. The new French doors are very stylish and so easy to use.”
explains Mrs Burton.
Changing the outlook of the property and creating a homely atmosphere
She goes on to comment
“The colour of the windows and doors has really softened the entire house. The new windows let the light pour in and the atmosphere feels much more homely and warm”.
With the architecture of the building being so unique, with triangular windows and unusual rooflines, Mrs Burton comments
“Part of the reason we are so impressed with the new windows and doors is because of how unique our property is. This can’t have been an easy job, it’s fantastic!”.
“We no longer feel any draughts and we look forward to seeing how they reduce our heating bills in the coming winter!”
Mrs Burton concludes.