Plain and simple windows will never fall out of fashion, but sometimes it’s nice to have a little detailing in the glass. A leaded finish gives you that and makes the windows a little more distinctive when incorporated into a house, as you can see here. The traditional white coloured leaded windows really suit the black coloured surrounds of this Tudor-like styled property. They look no less enchanting when observed from the inside of the house too, and the same could be said for the authentic hardware fixed to them.
Two new doors have also been installed - one at the front and one at the side towards the rear of the property. They will make the house a safer place to live, as will the new windows, as they all contain durable locking systems that are near impossible to break without a key. Because of how much they love the leaded look, leaded glass has also been included in the lengthy panels that help make up the front door design. They give the door a sumptuous feel and add further character to this magnificent residence. Applying the lead to both faces of the outer pane has worked a treat.
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