Across the UK, there are millions of properties with rendered exteriors. From the stylish stucco rendering popular of the Georgian era, to more modern silicone finishes, rendering remains a popular method of improving the appearance and protecting the exterior of a building.

Many people with white render finishes on their home, often find it difficult to decide what colour windows will go best with the white render. In this blog, we’ll have a look at some of the best options.

Anthracite Grey windows for white render homes

Grey modern front door
Installing Anthracite Grey windows on a property with a white render exterior is an excellent choice. The Anthracite Grey windows will perfectly complement the property exterior and create a sleek and stylish finish. Anthracite Grey windows are often associated with aluminium windows. At Wolverhampton glass, however, you can select Anthracite Grey for aluminium, uPVC, and timber windows.

Anthracite Grey on white is perfect for both period properties and more contemporary installations. For installations on modern homes, Anthracite Grey windows installed in a property with white render help to emphasize the clean lines and symmetrical design associated with contemporary homes. For installations in traditional homes, their sleek aesthetic will help to accentuate any unique architectural features.

Chartwell Green windows for white render homes

Chartwell green flush casment with dormer cladding
Chartwell Green is a classic pastel shade of green renowned for its association with Churchill’s home in Kent. Because of its subtle tone it will tastefully complement almost any property style. When combined with a white render exterior, Chartwell Green is an excellent choice. Popular with rural cottages and barn conversions, it is equally suited to more modern homes.

When you want a versatile colour choice for your windows, Chartwell Green is an excellent option. It is understated enough to not look out of place but still adds a touch of brightness and contrast between the white render wall and the window frame.

Timber effect windows for white render homes

Residence 9 windows

Timber effect windows such as those in the Residence Collection are a popular choice for homeowners with white render properties. Modern timber effect windows are extremely realistic. They feature wood grain effect frames and a range of period detailing to make them almost indistinguishable from real wood.

When paired with white render facades, timber effect windows truly come into their own. Available in a wide range of accurate wood colours including Golden Oak and Rosewood, they can also be specified in a selection of painted effect finishes. For wood colour windows, the rich colour of the window frames contrasts with the white render wall, creating the perfect balance between bold and clear.

As you can see, there are many window options for white render homes in the UK. If you’d like to find out more about any of our windows or our other products, or you live in a home with a brick finish which isn’t rendered, contact Wolverhampton Glass today. You can call us on 01902 773 831 or send us a message online.

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