Black Heritage style windows and doors for gable ends are among the hottest trends in home renovations, modern loft conversions and new builds.
Within the glazing industry, we see many changeable trends. However, the industrial window and door trend has genuinely stood the test of time and continues to grow in popularity among homeowners and architects.
Glazed gable ends are a stunning and aesthetically pleasing architectural feature that is a popular glazing solution for single-storey extensions and are fastly becoming the latest must-have trend. Designed to offer a stately grandeur to modern and traditional properties.
Gable ends add an impressive enhancement to your property and are an excellent way of improving the living space. The vaulted apex ceiling makes excellent use of the internal floor space to make it feel so much more spacious.
Floor-to-ceiling glazing floods the interior living space with natural light and blurs the distinction between inside and outside areas. The additional light adds an enhanced ambience making it the perfect room to relax and entertain with friends and family.
Gable ends can be fully glazed right up to the roof pitches and share similar characteristics with the traditional Edwardian pitched roof.
We have handpicked some of our favourite gable end projects to provide you with some inspiration and ideas for your home renovation projects.
We love this home renovation extension, both inside and out! We designed and installed a complete glazing solution for a home renovation project in Reading.
The Heritage French doors, fixed windows in the gable end and the slim framed bifold doors work well with the black kitchen cabinets and tie the whole look together. With over 84k followers, the beautifully designed property of buildingthemushroom is one of Instagram’s favourite home renovations filled with beautiful ideas.
How beautiful is this double-glazed gable end window we designed and installed into a family home in Basingstoke? Only a large glass gable end window would do the setting justice and provide uninterrupted views from the master bedroom. The structural glazing fills the gable shape and features energy-efficient Solarlux SL60e fixed frames.
This new build in Newbury is a stunning example of using aluminium composite windows to fill a triple-height gable end window, maximising light and the views of the beautiful countryside.
Another fabulous gable end at an impressive oak framed new build in Steyning, which we are totally in love with. The high ceiling allows large fixed gable windows to sit above the high-performance triple glazed bi-fold doors, offering a fabulous architectural feature.
This gable end is so wonderful on this open-plan kitchen extension in Weybridge. The traffic white finish on the aluminium bifold doors and fixed shape windows blend well with the minimalist white interior décor, pale marble flooring and light kitchen worktops to allow natural light to bounce around the living space.
We adore this stunning new build property situated on the coastline in Worthing. This new build deserves floor-to-ceiling glazing to allow the homeowners to make the most of the glorious location and enjoy wide-reaching coastal views.
This rear gable-roofed extension at a chalet-style house in Oxford is very impressive. The unique design of the double-pitched roof offers so much height to the new open plan kitchen and dining space.
This dual-gabled twin peak effect extension is a beautiful addition to this beautiful red brick 1900’s Edwardian property.
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