Contemporary or traditional? Which is best?

February 28, 2017

When it comes to choosing your luxury roof lantern, it can be difficult to decide on the best roof lantern possible for your home. What’s more, at Prestige Roof Lanterns UK, we’re often discussing traditional and contemporary roof lantern styles. But what do we really mean by this and how can you choose between a contemporary or traditional roof lantern option.

After all, modern homes can indeed look extremely impressive with a traditional roof lantern option, while traditional homes can look good with a contemporary style roof lantern. So, what style of roof lantern should you choose? Perhaps the following advice from Prestige Roof Lanterns UK may help!

Contemporary Roof Lanterns

Ultimately, our contemporary roof lanterns have a design of their own and can be designed to suit both modern and historically-themed homes.

The key to our contemporary lantern designs is ultimately that they can be made completely bespoke in style, from a range of different materials.

Every aspect of your contemporary roof lantern can be designed with your property in mind for an individual product that suits your property entirely.

From the dimensions, configurations, shape, glass panels and ironmongery options, your roof lantern will be made to suit your requirements exactly.

Traditional Roof Lanterns

The traditional roof lanterns from Prestige Roof Lanterns UK again work well in various styles of property, however are available in only a pyramid lantern style or as a rectangular lantern, depending on your home’s dimensions and rafter configuration.

Ultimately, the pyramid or rectangular shape is what gives your roof lantern its traditional aesthetic.

Our traditional roof lanterns are extremely popular when crafted from oak wood, however, timber and pine make for equally beautiful traditional roof lanterns.

Choosing between a traditional and contemporary roof lantern

Essentially, when choosing a traditional or contemporary roof lantern, it comes down to a matter of personal taste.

Of course, it may be that your property offers ample space for a traditional roof lantern and therefore the traditional option appears to be the most obvious choice. On the other hand, it may be that your roof lantern requires a completely unique shape and configurations, which would lead to a contemporary choice.

However, if both options are a possibility, you may want to take a look at more information about our traditional roof lanterns, as well as our contemporary roof lanterns, and then make your decision based on your personal style. You can also contact us at Prestige Roof Lanterns UK, of course, and we can advise you of what style may best suit your property.

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