What is an Edwardian Window?

What is an Edwardian Window?

An Edwardian Window a is actually a combination of a Georgian Window and a Sash Window.

The window is split into two sections.

The first section, the lower section is a vertically sliding sash window.

The second section, the top section is made of small panes of glass similar to Georgian windows.

Edwardian windows are frequently referred to as the very pinnacle of sash window design.

The characteristics of Edwardian windows are:

Six over two pane configuration

Ornate stays

Slimline transoms and mullions

Run through sash horns

Deep bottom rail.

There are some modern contemporary designs now incorporating the Edwardian Window tradition.

So whether you are looking for a traditional Edwardian Window or a modern contemporary twist on the Edwardian Window style then is something for everybody.

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