ORIEL WINDOWS, SHEFFIELD AND NORTHUMBERLAND
An oriel window is a form of bay window which protrudes from the main wall of a building but does not reach to the ground.
Here are two very different examples of this concept. The first was a simple like-for-like replacement in Sheffield taking out old uPVC windows and installing timber frames, complete with diamond leading, with a small corner-post in-between.
The second example was a brand new oriel window in-place of a flat window within the existing wall. Our customer had a rear garden on the banks of the lovely river Wansbeck near Morpeth. They wanted to be able to sit in the window and look up and down river, so we constructed this special window for them.
The window is supported by timber gallows brackets whilst the flat roof was covered with Sarnafil - a durable long-lasting waterproof material. The centre window is a flush casement hung on reversible hinges.