Case Study: Georgian Family Home
Georgian Style Home
Whether you’re restoring a fine example of architectural history or creating your own timeless masterpiece, read on for this month’s case study - the perfect creation of a Georgian family home. It’s a lesson in new build and restoration projects alike.
Believe it or not, this magnificent family home is not the Georgian masterpiece it first appears to be. But rather, a beautifully crafted contemporary build, sympathetically applying Georgian architectural features throughout.
The Prestbury Door Knobs add the perfect finish to the traditional doors and help to marry modern day craftsmanship and the Georgian style, with its exacting symmetry and solid proportions.
The contrasting aged-bronze and polished chrome finish of the Prestbury Door Knobs, combined with the dark wood, add to the subtle grandeur. These satisfyingly solid door knobs will look just as good in 100 years, as they do today…if not better!
Reeded Lever locks sets in aged-brass have been applied to the exterior doors throughout. Meanwhile, this dreamy bathroom reigns supreme in terms of its traditional timeless design, complemented by the Prestbury Door Knob in aged bronze and its hotel-standard contemporary finish.
Beautiful built-in wardrobes are accessorised with the Flower Mortice Door knob, the perfect accompaniment for these elongated doors. The ridged detailing has an elegant and timeless appeal, the perfect feminine touch for this little girl’s bedroom.
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Whether you’re looking to update your home, take on a restoration project, or you’re building from the ground up, drop us a line. We’ll be more than happy to chat through your needs on the phone or to visit you on-site along with a whole range of door and window furniture samples for you to choose from.
Here at Yorkshire Architectural Hardware, we take pride in the service we offer. Finding the perfect solution to restoration and build projects, and providing our clients with the very finest ironmongery is what drives us.
Credits: Huge thanks to From The Anvil for kindly sharing the images.