Buckinghamshire is home to so many historic towns and properties. As such, it can be hard to decide what colour windows to choose for your home. Many Buckinghamshire homeowners want to strike a balance between keeping up with modern trends and preserving the property’s traditional character. Here are some popular shades that fulfil that criteria.

Thatched cottages in Wendover would suit black windows

Wendover is famous for its old-fashioned cottages with their traditionally thatched roofs. With their Tudor aesthetic, many Wendover property exteriors already have a large amount of black detail. Therefore, a new set of black windows would match perfectly. Furthermore, the slim looks of black aluminium windows would help to modernise the property without detracting from its original appearance.

White windows in Buckingham

One of many historic market towns in the area, Buckingham is home to a number of Victorian and Georgian properties. As such, traditional colours like white or cream would be perfect for many Buckingham properties. White casement windows could also be decorated with Georgian glazing bars, enhancing their authenticity. Victorian-style white vertical sliding sash windows would also light up this former county town.

Curved white timber vertical sliding windows

Homes in High Wycombe would suit Chartwell green windows

Lying in the valley of the River Wye, High Wycombe homes would suit a colour that corresponds with their natural surroundings. Chartwell green windows would beautifully compliment the magical Chiltern Hills which surround this market town. Their light and welcoming shade would match the homely, pastoral atmosphere of the area.

Chartwell green uPVC vertical sliding windows

Anthracite grey windows for Aylesbury properties

The county town of Aylesbury is another place in Buckinghamshire with many properties dating back to the Tudor period. However, the town is rapidly growing, with over 16,000 new homes planned to be built by 2033. For a window colour that suits both old and new properties, anthracite grey is the perfect shade. One of the most timeless and versatile window colours, it suits both modern and traditional properties.

Anthracite grey uPVC french doors

Wood-effect windows in Berkhamsted

Just spilling into the west of Hertforshire, the parish of Berkhamstead is one of the most significant sites of England’s medieval history. It was where the Anglo-Saxons surrendered to William The Conqueror. It was also frequented by notable figures like Herny II, Thomas Becket and Geoffrey Chaucer.

For Berkhamsted homeowners looking to preserve this thousand-year heritage, brown timber-effect windows are an excellent choice. Our Residence 9 windows provide the classic looks of a timber window, with the practicality of high-quality uPVC. English Oak, Irish Oak, Silvered Oak and Golden Oak are all shades that would perfectly suit rural Berkhamsted properties.

Irish oak uPVC casement window

Quality coloured windows across Buckinghamshire

Premier Windows are proud to provide quality windows across this beautiful region. Whether you live in Aylesbury, Chesham, Wendover or elsewhere, we’re here to help find the right windows for you.

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