When the owners were planning the renovation of their house, they knew they wanted to use Crittall products after installing them in a previous kitchen renovation. They knew the quality, feel and joy the windows and doors brought to a home and their interior design choices.
Moving into their home in a rural setting, they knew nothing compared to the natural quality of steel and the thin framing they knew only Crittall would offer. From the inside, the windows and doors weren’t a barrier to the outside, blending beautifully with no divide between the inside and out of their home. ‘Nothing was going to beat the natural steel material and quality Crittall offers for this renovation’ the owners stated.
A ‘brave’ colour, RAL7032, was chosen which is a very soft, earthy, pale green for all of the windows and doors in the whole property; their instincts told the owners to ensure the outdoors was blended with the inside as much as possible. They are very lucky to have a beautiful view which they wished to maximise.
The owners decided on a French-style inspired design with only two horizontal bars close together for the patio doors rather than many horizontal bars, to ensure a perfect view.
They commented ‘when the ceiling was removed, we designed a large apex window in the master bedroom which sits perfectly in the newly cladded gable of this chalet-style house.
Repeating this in a smaller form in the new side extension bedroom helped ensure all the design elements worked alongside each other with a build sympathetic to the original house and gable its most prominent feature.
Our outbuilding garden room has a corner window to maximise the view, with the windows and doors in classic Crittall black to work with the scorched cladding surrounding the structure’. See the full coverage here.