Industrial Charm with Crittall-Style

The structure of our residences can either add or detract from the modern ambience we wish to establish at home. When it comes to our doors and windows, first impressions matter. Crittall-style doors and windows are certainly making a comeback – a beautiful feature in any abode.

Edgy and versatile, the sturdy, slim-profile frames of Crittall-style windows tap into the current trend for all things industrial.

Crittall doors can be used as internal partitions and connecting doorways, and they’re great for dividing up and zoning spaces. … But Crittall style is nothing new. In fact, It was in 1860 that Francis Henry Crittall, an ironmonger in Essex, first used this method to create steel-framed windows.

Striking metal frames are timeless and durable – a welcome addition to any contemporary home. We particularly love floor to ceiling windows with stunning metal frames. This allows full views of the exterior with ample light to seep into even the darkest of rooms. It also enhances a residence’s indoor-outdoor living – a trend that continues to captivate in interior design today.

If you’re looking to upgrade your existing outdated windows or installing interior doors o ra shower you can’t go wrong with this look.

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