Original Crittall house goes on the market

A historic art deco house featuring original Crittall has gone on the market for the first time since the Second World War. The house still features all of the original features and furnishings; including the original white Crittall windows. The windows cover the entire house, including a curved window at the front of the house, and the doors opening on to the balcony.

The Daily Mail and Mirror, which covered the story, have called Crittall a ‘must have’ in any art deco home. The longevity of the house and it’s architecture show the durability of Crittall products. The house is called ‘Heol Bryngwili’ and is in Cross Hands near Llanelli in Wales.

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