More people are moving away from whiter shades when installing new windows – with the stunning range of colours at your disposal the choice of using two colours, one on the casements and another on the frames can be either dramatic or subtle and as you can see in these pictures, the technique adds a lot of character.
The use of a darker colour can be warmed through the use of blue whilst still achieving the high contrast: a vivid blue against the white in the period home adds a vibrancy and warmth whilst accentuating the design and style by effectively giving the casements or sashes an outline.
Range of colours
All our windows come in any of the RAL colour range, a palette of over 200 colours to match and complement your home – as well as matching Farrow & Ball ® colours. You can have windows with different colours on the interior and exterior as well as on the sashes or casements and frames. There are so many possibilities to completely coordinate your new windows with your property that it may be overwhelming -we are here to help you get the look that suits you and your home.
Easy to maintain
Whether you choose one or three colours, the maintenance is minimal – the use of timber is comparable to that of modern materials so whether you choose PVC-U or timber you can be sure that your windows will look good for a long time. The use of high quality micro-porous paints that are factory applied, ensure that the finish is exceptional and keeps your windows protected against damage.
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The deco-style casements in the gallery, the last two images, complement the black detail in the brickwork, defining the storeys with an outline and enhancing the original features.
If you like the effect of using two colours on your new windows or would like a professional opinion as to whether it will suit your property then please call or make an appointment to speak with our highly experienced team.