Bringing back brass | Steel Window Fittings

Bringing back brass | Steel Window Fittings
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Date: 11 February 2019

Give your steel windows or doors a brand new personality with a handle from Steel Window Fittings (SWF) in Antique Brass.

Finishes on steel window fixtures and fittings can have as much of an impact on the visual aesthetics of your home as the steel windows or doors themselves. With a range of products available, you can really add to the stunning design of your steel windows.

Steel Window Association member, Steel Window Fittings, has launched a new finish for fixtures and fittings, Antique Brass. This luxury finish has become a prominent colour in recent years.

The new trendy tone is taking over from rose and yellow golds, and is ideal for traditional, modern and industrial schemes. The aged appearance of Antique Brass perfectly complements the industrial origins of steel windows and doors.  

The company works closely with steel window manufacturers to ensure its fittings are elegant, innovative, functional and expertly designed to ensure you receive the very best quality and the perfect style to suit your scheme.

 Antique Brass finish is offered in a complete range of fittings including bolts, in a range of lengths, traditional pegstay, slidestay and openers to precisely match your door and window needs providing a complete and complementary look.

The finish is available in most of Steel Window Fittings’ handle range, including curved and straight Classic, Duplex and Triplex options with matching accessories. The company’s new door handles with matching escutcheons for euro cylinders and key locks are also available in the new finish.

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