Case Study: Private Residence - Kent
Project Synopsis: A Clement steel door screen chosen for this ‘dream’ pool house!
Designer, Lorna Wright, chose a Clement EB24 steel door screen for this simply stunning pool house. This fully self-contained building includes a kitchen, shower room, living area and even a small loft sleeping area!
The bespoke EB24 steel screen has been polyester powder coated in a beautiful Dark Bronze colour and the ‘Mayfair’ door handles have been painted to match too.
We are delighted that Lorna was so happy with the end result; she said:
“The large steel door screen installed by Clement is perfect, as it allows you to see out completely over the entire pool area, from the self-contained pool house.
The doors are in a dark bronze so sit harmoniously with the oak façade and bring a modern yet timeless elegance to the building. When choosing that style of window, I wanted something that would sit within the location with ease, not too modern. Steel framed glazing was the perfect fit.
There are double doors, each about a metre in width so that when they are both open you are connected with the pool area. The doors are splashed and splashed with pool water and never stain or mark which is a huge benefit.
I would certainly use Clement again, in fact I have a project in London that I am hoping to use them for!”
Site: Private Residence, Kent
Client: Property owner
Specification: Clement EB24 steel window ranges with G+ bars.
Colour: RAL 8080 (Dark Bronze) matt
Clement EB24 bespoke steel windows and doors are manufactured from hot rolled steel window sections generally in compliance with BS 6510 which are produced from recycled steel source material. Hot dip zinc galvanised to EN ISO BS:1461 and with a polyester powder coat paint finish to BS:6497 or BS EN 13438.
Photos taken and supplied by Lorna Wright.