It’s invariably with older traditionally styled homes that cottage windows best merge with.
In the crafting of our cottage windows, we have copied ancient techniques so that they exude the look of the cottage window designs of old. They have exemplified an effortlessness in matching the architectural styles of properties that have stood for many decades.
Homes built during the Victorian age, characterised by their intricate detailing and lavish design, are very suited to cottage windows. There’s a shared gracefulness and grandeur between the two, often so lacking in contemporary architecture.
Cottage window designs also correspond effectively with Georgian homes as their design principles are almost intertwined and both chiefly focus on symmetry and proportion, encapsulating a look full of flair.
You can add Edwardian residences to the list of house styles that are wholly compatible with cottage windows, properties famed for having an understated aesthetic, a fabric that they will seamlessly fuse into.
Window upgrades at Listed Buildings and in conservation areas regularly see cottage windows chosen as the nominated window type as they faithfully imitate historical design considerations and realise modern performance standards, much to the approval of planners.
It kind of goes without saying that cottage windows are also a leading style choice for countryside retreats and quaint cottage abodes, to which they will restore cosiness in looks and feel.
You’re going to fall head over heels for cottage windows if you’re scouting out window replacements that have an illustrious history but have been modernised with up-to-the-minute technology. Any character that your home has lost over the years will be reinstated by the classic cottage aesthetic that’s so enthralled the population for generations and will inevitably continue to do so.