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2 Beautiful Exterior Door Styles To Connect Your Inside And Outside Living Spaces

In modern home design, there is a strong focus on creating living areas that connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. If you have an older-style home, you may find that there is limited flow between the interior and exterior of your home. It is easy to create a link between your dining or living room and your deck or patio by replacing a window with an external door. Here are two beautiful and stylish door options that you might like to consider for your home.

1. French doors

French doors are a classic and elegant feature that makes a stylish addition to a home's living area. These doors have been popular for many decades because of their graceful look and practical nature. They work particularly well in a more traditional-style home, but you can also get more streamlined and contemporary French doors if you would prefer a more modern look.

French doors provide a wide range of choices in glazing style. You can opt for simple, single-paned doors which provide ample light and an unrestricted view of your outdoor living area. You can also choose doors which have multiple window panels for a more decorative and traditional look. You can also choose to paint your French doors or simply seal them to maintain the natural timber look.

2. Bifold doors

Bifold doors are a hugely popular feature in many newly built homes. These doors operate on a sliding track, and each door folds on a hinge system as you slide them open and closed. This allows the doors to be tucked unobtrusively against the wall when open, effectively opening the entire wall of your house up to your outdoor area.

Bifold doors are a great choice for a contemporary look because they're streamlined, sleek and uncluttered. You can choose between timber or aluminium frames, depending on your tastes and your budget. Because of the large expanse of glass, it's a good idea to opt for insulated glass panes to ensure that your new doors are energy efficient.

Whether you decide to add French doors or bifold doors to your home, both options will dramatically change, enhance and beautify your home's living areas. Contact your local door manufacturer and installer to find out which styles of French or bifold doors they can provide for you. They can also provide you with a quote for purchasing and installing the doors of choice in your home.

About Me

If you are interested in making improvements to your home and garden, then please read on! My name is Tony and over the past couple of years, I have been learning all I can about how to improve my home and garden. I have visited garden supply shops, home repair contractors and interior design companies in an effort to learn all that I can about how to create the perfect home and garden. I have put this knowledge to good use and transformed my home and garden into a paradise. I hope this blog will help you to transform yours.

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