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Crittall-style windows - hot or not?

Ocean Clarke
19 de Mayo de 2016
última modificación:20 de Mayo de 2016

Some love them, some think they are cold and obtrusive. But what do you think about Crittall-style windows - are you a lover or a hater?

Let us know if you would welcome these industrial style beauties into your home in the comments below!

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Comentarios (15)

  • PRO
    PE electrical services and building enterprises
    I must confess Ocean that these are a style I've not previously taken much notice of but I think I like them. Beats PVC anyway and as long as they're achieving the required energy efficiency rating levels I say "yeah why not...?". I'm now looking forward to possibly working with, near or around at some point.
  • Ocean Clarke

    Great to hear! I think they can look great too (depending on whether the original space has some interesting period features or interesting decor). In a completely modern build, I'm not such a fan - but in the room above, I love!

  • Nik Gallacher

    I absolutely love them but too expensive for me at the mo as doing a lot of other work. They would literally transform our house. Some day..

  • PRO
    Chris Francis Architect Ltd

    They look great but are thermally less efficient the other frame materials.

  • gilliifer

    I wish I'd known about the new crittal windows before we did ours. Next time

  • Ocean Clarke

    There's always time! :)

  • PRO
    KTB Architecture

    Always a favourite with clients and Architects alike.

  • Polly Shtrock
    I loved them but didn't know the name. What type of dressing suit them please?
  • PRO
    Alice Sparks Ltd

    Hi Nik Gallacher

    I would like to invite you to share me your project. I am working on a steel style window that is very reasonable and therefore would like to see if I can help you. We design and fabricate it all ourselves.

    Please email me asltd16@outlook.com. Website being launched shortly.

    i hope I can assist.

    thanks

    alice

  • PRO
    Pret A Vivre

    Hi Polly, to dress a crittall-style window, wave curtains on a ceiling fixed pole are great. There is a wide selection of colours for wave curtain poles so you would easily find one to blend in with the window frame colour. With an unlined medium weight linen fabric you will achieve a relaxed yet smart look to complement the industrial style of the window. The beauty of a semi sheer fabric is that it will not obstruct the view of the frame. The key here is to get the balance right so the window dressing doesn't overpower the crittall-style window which should remain the focal point of interest.

    The Pret A Vivre team

  • Polly Shtrock

    Sounds perfect thank you. It would be a special feature with or without.

  • PRO
    Pamela Langbridge Curtains and Upholstery

    Because I have a listed property I have had to replace like with like and the modern ones are impressive. The company I bought them from shall be nameless as a total nightmare

  • PRO
    Surrey Bespoke Joinery

    Not a fan of crittall windows, I might change my mind if they kept some heat in!


  • PRO
    Pamela Langbridge Curtains and Upholstery

    Polly I think Roman Blinds look best if the window is not too wide. If they are quite short I would probably fit the blind outside the recess and put a pelmet to hide the headrail.


  • PRO
    Pamela Langbridge Curtains and Upholstery

    My windows are double glazed and certainly not draughty as the old ones were. English Heritage can be very difficult when it comes to changing windows if the building is listed.

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