What is the Georgian sash window style?
Georgian sash windows are amongst the oldest original windows you’ll find still in use. They are the picture of elegance, and they immediately evoke the style of the period with their distinctive six-panel grid design on both top and bottom sashes. And that six-grid design didn’t come about by accident – Georgian architecture demanded large windows, but 18th century glass technology limited the maximum size of the panes. The solution? Split the sashes into smaller areas with astragal bars that held smaller panes in place.