Our client in Crowthorne wanted to replace their double glazing windows to match the style of windows on the development they live in. Most of the neighbours had used Rosewood, so this was their first option.
Our designer introduced them to the idea of using ‘black brown’ which was almost an identical match to the Tudor style beams and fascias on the property. The double glazing windows were a perfect match. They are from our Rustique Royale uPVC double glazing windows range and feature a square lead design.
They later returned to discuss the idea of extending their kitchen and dining room. Our Livin Room Orangery option was the ideal solution. Our bespoke aluminium square fascia was used to give the Orangery clean lines whilst the French doors and windows matched those we had already installed. We spent time on the design, ensuring that the proportions of the room, including the ceiling height and glazing positions, worked perfectly with their plans for the kitchen. The end result was a fantastic kitchen and seating area for the whole family to enjoy.
We also installed an Apeer composite front door in a black grain finish with gold furniture.
A lovely family home in Crowthorne!
You may also be interested in reading our blog posts ‘uPVC Double Glazing Window Design‘ and ‘A Brief History of uPVC double glazing windows‘