In the begining of eighteenth century white or stone-coloured oil paint was almost the universal finish for sash windows. Later on, more average houses were begining to experiment with alternative paint: brown, green, grained or black. In result, these colours became quite popular against light-coloured facades. But despite of all, white was still held to be the most appropriate colour for painting windows.
In these days, choosing colours for your windows can be a real challenge, especially when there are so many options to be chosen from in order to give to your house the right look. Combining traditional aesthetics with innovative design, one of these options can be windows with dual-colour: a different colour inside to out or frame to sash.