Sash windows have been the preferred window choice for a long time but after years of use, sash windows develop problems due to various reasons.
What makes period homes all the more special is the original features that they boast. It’s no secret that period features can add value to a property but you may be surprised to learn that some homeowners want to avoid maintaining them. From fireplaces to doors, some homeowners look to
Edwardian architecture merged styles from both the Victorian and Georgian eras as well as embracing international styles such as Art Nouveau.
It’s important to strike a balance between elegant style and practicality when it comes to retaining natural light, so, to give you some inspiration, here’s a list of 10 window treatments that could suit your period property perfectly
What is a Sash Window? In simple terms, a sash window consists of one or more movable panels or sashes, which form a basic frame to hold variable panes of glass.
When we lose a period home we lose a part of our nation’s heritage, and whilst it is impossible to negate every single risk, there are measures that can be taken to significantly reduce it.