At Timbawood we specialise in bespoke single and double glazed Edwardian windows.

As specialists in sash windows and casement windows for period, conservation and listed properties – particularly Edwardian, Georgian and Victorian sash windows – each window is handmade to measure at our West London workshops, to sensitively match the original heritage windows.

Combining bespoke design and high performance timber, glazing and hardware, we ensure your new Edwardian windows provide you with the highest thermal, acoustic and security benefits, while staying true to authentic Edwardian design.


Edwardian casement windows and sash windows are often characterised by decorative glazing bars, leading and stained glass, having emerged from the Arts and Crafts Movement at the turn of the century.

Throughout suburban London, the Home Counties and beyond, large red brick houses began to feature Romantic details such as oriel windows, porches, and even turrets.

At Timbawood, we are passionate about preserving the authentic details of Edwardian architecture, while improving performance with features such as slimline double glazing and high security hardware.

With our Edwardian sash windows and casement windows you can always expect:

  • Choice of the finest stable timbers including Accoya, Sapele and Oak
  • Specialist glazing options including acoustic glass, laminated security glass, restoration glass and slimline double glazing that looks just like single glazing
  • Elegant, slim profiles, horns and mouldings to match your existing windows
  • High quality hardware – High security fasteners, locks and restrictors
  • Full factory spray finish with high performance microporous paint
  • Full perimeter draught proofing
  • Full design, supply and install service

Call us on 0208 893 4889 to arrange a free survey, quotation, or to visit our workshops and showroom to see the quality of our single and double glazed Edwardian windows being made for yourself. We work throughout London, Surrey, Middlesex and beyond.



Edwardian sash windows and Edwardian casement windows are often either listed or in a conservation area. Our Edwardian windows have been approved for listed and conservation properties by planning authorities throughout London and the South East.

What are Edwardian windows?

Edwardian windows were more than just architectural features; they were the epitome of elegance, inviting an abundance of natural light into a room.

Among the various sash window designs, the ‘six panes over two panes’ configuration was popular. Combining the grace of Georgian style with the ingenuity of Victorian technology, Edwardian-style windows are both elegant and timeless.

Of course, the talented Edwardian joiners faced their share of challenges, just like their Victorian counterparts. The large glass panels demanded ingenious solutions to maintain strength and stability without compromising on aesthetics. Horns were added on sash windows in the Victorian and Edwardian eras to carry the weight of larger panes of glass, to ensure a sturdy, robust sash window.

Edwardian windows perfectly mirrored the spirit of the era’s architecture; a blend of artistry and individuality, distinguishing it from the mass-produced Victorian period. The windows proudly showcased the prosperity of the middle class, boasting unusual glazing bar designs, while staying true to their functional essence.

Intricate, elegant and charming, Edwardian windows captured the essence of the time, leaving an unmistakable mark on the world of architecture and design.


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