First Impressions

“We had an architect round the week we moved in 18 months ago.”

Mr & Mrs Leslie were homeowners on a mission to make changes to their new home in Warwickshire at the earliest possible opportunity.

“We wanted to redesign some elements of the house and give it a new look – other houses in the street have leaded detail in their windows, but not being a fan of this, we opted for the deco style casements, which suits the period of the property.”

A shade that’s not quite white, known as Smoke Cream was chosen for the windows, and in turn coordinated to the door frame, while the door itself is Oxford Blue with polished nickel ironmongery.

Deco casement windows finished in ‘Smoke Cream’ with 18mm astragal glazing bars and manufactured in Engineered European Redwood.

A Warmer Winter

“The windows have made such a difference to the house, not only in their appearance but in how we noticed it was much warmer indoors this winter.”

“The whole experience has been really good for us, and we’re very happy.”

Polstead timber entrance door finished in ‘Oxford Blue’
Polstead entrance door finished in ‘Oxford Blue’ with Polished Nickel Medium sized letter plate from Samuel Heath. The door also features a Signature Classic glazing design on Kathedral patterned glass. Manufactured in Engineered European Redwood.

“The small details mattered – the strong blue door ties in with the scheme of blues and greys throughout the house, and even the stained glass picks up on this.”

“We noticed the house was much warmer this winter since the new windows went in.”

A custom solution to aid privacy and light was arranged for the bathrooms, with sandblasted glass in the lower sections and clear in the upper; the ideal compromise and solution.

First Impressions

“We had an architect round the week we moved in 18 months ago.”

Mr & Mrs Leslie were homeowners on a mission to make changes to their new home in Warwickshire at the earliest possible opportunity.

“We wanted to redesign some elements of the house and give it a new look – other houses in the street have leaded detail in their windows, but not being a fan of this, we opted for the deco style casements, which suits the period of the property.”

A shade that’s not quite white, known as Smoke Cream was chosen for the windows, and in turn coordinated to the door frame, while the door itself is Oxford Blue with polished nickel ironmongery.

Deco casement windows finished in ‘Smoke Cream’ with 18mm astragal glazing bars and manufactured in Engineered European Redwood.

A Warmer Winter

“The windows have made such a difference to the house, not only in their appearance but in how we noticed it was much warmer indoors this winter.”

“The whole experience has been really good for us, and we’re very happy.”

Polstead timber entrance door finished in ‘Oxford Blue’
Polstead entrance door finished in ‘Oxford Blue’ with Polished Nickel Medium sized letter plate from Samuel Heath. The door also features a Signature Classic glazing design on Kathedral patterned glass. Manufactured in Engineered European Redwood.

“The small details mattered – the strong blue door ties in with the scheme of blues and greys throughout the house, and even the stained glass picks up on this.”

“We noticed the house was much warmer this winter since the new windows went in.”

A custom solution to aid privacy and light was arranged for the bathrooms, with sandblasted glass in the lower sections and clear in the upper; the ideal compromise and solution.

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