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Bay Windows Worcester
Create a charming nook in your home with bay windows. This unique focal point impresses from the front and within. Bay windows can improve the natural lighting in front rooms, whilst incorporating a sense of space. Popular in Victorian housing, they stemmed from original Oriel windows, before architects created more structural stability.
Now they’re found all over the world, including both Worcester and the West Midlands. While bay windows often are found in living rooms, bow windows suit upstairs rooms and kitchen spaces, where they can include opening elements for an easy transition between kitchen and garden. Get ready for your next garden party or barbeque.
The overall sense of lightness and airiness can improve the mood and tone of your interior design. Nothing screams ‘homeowners dream’ like personalised elements that contribute to your long term comfort.
Bespoke Bay Windows Worcester
At Worcester Glazing, we offer a wide range of Ovolo and chamfered frames with traditional joinery. We believe that choosing these small details gives you the architectural style that best suits your home. Just look through our brochures to find signature colours that we offer like Irish Oak or Redwood.
We also have current grey tones to match the latest trends, including metallic colours. Grained, glossy, smooth or matt, we have it all, ready to match your aesthetic style.
When you think about creating a heritage home, or incorporating neo-classical styles, you should consider the attractive features of bay and bow windows. Used throughout Europe, the bay window style is a timeless feature for any home.
Furthermore, if you live in a conservation area in the West Midlands and are looking to improve your home, call our team to learn more about how we can help restore your bay. That way, you can ensure that you’re meeting building codes and following local guidelines, while keeping the architectural heritage of your property.
I can totally recommend this company for windows and doors. Polite and tidy workers and excellent quality products.
Worcester Glazing recently replaced a window and fitted a glass frame on my front cellar entrance. Have to say from start to finish all was done most efficiently. Staff were most pleasant.
Worcester Glazing are a company that care and go above and beyond the call of duty. We recently had our builders walk out on our build following liquidation, leaving us with an unsecured home. Worcester Glazing came to the rescue and fitted doors they didn’t even supply. They saw the mess we were in and they asked for nothing in return for their labour!
Installed bifolds (including removing some brick work) and a new front door. Took all the rubbish away with them and cleaned up once they finished. Very impressed with the service I received. Very competitive price. Attention to detail was fantastic. Would definitely recommend!
Worcester Glazing did new windows for our entire house in November and they were fantastic from start to finish. Completely professional from sales, to customer service. We couldn’t have been happier with the fitters (Mark & Jase) who were a pleasure to have do the job. Really friendly and the work was done to the highest of standards, Thanks guys!
Why do they call it a bay window?
This older term relates back to the English Renaissance, when bay windows were found at the end of great halls. They were often used throughout Europe in chapels, and have transitioned into homes ever since.
What is the difference between a bay and bow window?
Bay and bow windows can be distinguished in a couple of ways.
Bay windows typically have three windows, creating a more ‘boxy’ shape. However, their ‘boxy’ shape can be modified. Bay windows can be configured depending on the degree of protrusion that you are looking for.
Comparatively, bow windows often have four to six window lights. Again, like bay windows, bow windows can be configured by degrees, depending on the space that you have available. In a general way, bow windows often appear more curved, or bow-like.
What style house has bay windows?
Bay windows gained widespread popularity in Victorian housing between the late 19th and early 20th century. You can sometimes differentiate between the time period based on the structure of the bay: 1870’s and earlier often are ‘angled’; 1880’s are often ‘box bay’; and bow windows appeared in the 1890’s and later.
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Where else do you work?
We work throughout Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Herefordshire. Speak with our team today to find if we install in your area.