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Wednesday 22 January 2014

Window and door furniture: What are my options?

If you are keen to give your existing, or new, timber Victorian doors and timber windows a lift, selecting the right window and door furniture could give them the added ‘wow’ factor.

The range of window and door furniture you can choose from includes anything from door hooks to window latches, and the furniture you finally decide upon will need to reflect your individual design tastes.

Here are just some of the items of window and door furniture that you may want to include in your home.

Door pulls

If door knobs aren’t your thing, then you may want to consider door pulls. These come in a variety of styles and are designed to complement a range of doors. If you are a fan of detailing then why not choose door pulls that include details such as twists, ridges and knots? Brass door pulls can look stunning in a period home.

Door knockers

Make sure the entrance to your home or room is grand with the addition of a distinctive door knocker. A lion’s head door knocker will definitely help your home stand out from the crowd, while a polished heart shaped door knocker will add a comforting note to any room.

Sash window furniture

Sash window furniture can be both functional and fashionable, helping to improve the usability and security of your sash windows while improving their overall appearance. The range of sash window furniture on offer includes anything from brass sash lifts to sash window rola locks in a variety of finishes.

Casement window ironmongery

There are a wide selection of casement window fasteners, hook and mortice fasteners and stays that you can choose from for casement windows. Whether you are looking for a period or contemporary look, there is bound to be a finish to suit from a sleek metal finish to an antique look.

The Sash Window Workshop install a standard range of window furniture on replacement windows and doors, which is specially selected for being high quality, hard wearing and elegant.