POST-WAR SURREY STYLE

Rose Collection sash windows are often used in traditional heritage properties, but – as this stylish post-war Surrey home shows – they work just as well in more modern buildings.

This large, stylish home in Weybridge is a classic example of 1960s architecture, updated by the homeowner. They were looking for a clean, simple design for their windows when they came across the Rose Collection and – more specifically – Charisma Rose. Charisma Rose allowed them to benefit from classically- styled sash windows with modern energy efficiency, security and ease of use in a single, low-maintenance package.

After contacting a Rose Collection Approved
Installer, the homeowner specified Charisma Rose with no horns and full astragal grids. Coupled with the half shiplap cladding and decorative external shutters on the first- floor window this gave a clean, modern, New England look. Coupled combination windows in some ground floor rooms provided a consistent look across the home, despite a variety of window aperture proportions.

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