Replacement double glazing to match mock Tudor

always ot
3 years ago

We have a newish house with mock Tudor on the top half at the front, that is in desperate need of having it's original wooden double glazed windows replacing

I'm wondering what styles/colours would go well with mock Tudor (that has dark brown wood and gardenia painted plaster).

The current window frames are painted cream, and have a diamond leaded effect. Given the cost of replacing them, I'd rather have something I like, and not just plain white PVC (though cost will ultimately affect final decision!).

I really like the look of Georgian style PVC windows (with raised/protruding astragal bars) - something like this:

My question (for anyone with a sense of style!): do you think they would go OK with Tudor, or look totally wrong, given they're from different time periods!

If wrong, does anyone have any suggestions for other UPVC styles/colours that DO go well with mock Tudor?

Can anyone with a sense of style advise?

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