Traditional Cottage Farmhouse Style Window Patterning
This style of window is neat and simple. It is generally just two panes of glass which are separated by a muntin at the top and bottom of the sash. This type of patterning is meant to convey simplicity and elegance. This design is meant for functionality.
Victorian and Neo-Victorian
If you are looking for more elaborate patterning on your windows, then Victorian and neo-Victorian designs are probably going to be appealing to you. Diamond patterned grids at the top of the window with a plain full glass panel at the bottom end are typical patterns from the Victorian era. Many of these windows also have small pieces of coloured glass within them so that they reflect the light and add an aesthetic appeal to the style other, simpler windows don’t have.
Choosing the right window patterning depends on your taste and on the style of home you have. Some patterns and designs look good on specific kinds of homes, and clash with others. If you are thinking about an upcoming energy efficient windows and doors projects, and want to ensure you are choosing the right window patterning for your home, keep the above considerations in mind, and invest in windows that function well and look amazing.