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Project / Completed 2021

Paarhammer creates a cosy home using GoodWood Victorian ash

/ By Ken Charles
2021
Ken Charles
The Space
A celebration of GoodWood Victorian ash for a modern and sustainable home.

Located in Daylesford, this Victorian countryside home combines a natural palette with pops of colour, to create a modern yet cosy space. Carefully positioned on a hillside, the purposeful design coupled with a clever location means that this home exhibits picturesque views of the Daylesford town centre and its surroundings.

The windows and doors by Paarhammer Windows are significant to the design by contributing to a “sense of space” and feelings of openness. With over 30 years experience, Paarhammer Windows are committed to supplying customers with energy efficient windows and doors “that matches their unique expectations, personalities and lifestyle preferences.”

Paarhammer Windows

“The land on the hill lent itself to using large, glazed areas to make the most of the views, while also to reap the benefit of solar heat gain in winter.”

Paarhammer Windows

“[The owners] wanted to support a local business who in turn supports local jobs and suppliers, [therefore] the timber used for the frames comes from Gippsland (ASH) and the glass is also Australian made.”

The design incorporates both indoor and outdoor living through the strategic placement of dark stained GoodWood Victorian ash windows and doors. A variety of Paarhammer lift-slide doors, tilt & turn windows and fixed windows creates a welcoming space that allows for warm natural light to flow through the property.

GoodWood Victorian ash is the perfect Australian hardwood for windows and doors. It is strong, easy to work, cut and stain, all while remaining a consistent blonde colour. Our GoodWood Victorian ash is sustainably sourced and makes for beautiful, energy efficient windows and doors. Learn more about GoodWood Victorian ash here.

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