Selecting the right doors and windows for your house may be a challenging choice to make. There are many different variables to consider. In this post, we’ll try and make things easier for you by walking you through four trending door styles.
With french doors, you may opt for a set that allows you to open out or in, and these stunning traces may be used in bedrooms featuring Juliette balconies. We can’t think of a better way to take in calm and clear summer mornings. Fielded and raised panels may be incorporated into the French doors’ lower quarter to provide a traditional elegance. Blend this with period ironmongery and slim glazing bars and you get truly amazing doors.
These types of doors are a stylish option for modern homes, and are routinely featured in new building structures. Known for brightening up a living space, patio doors also provide a view to appreciate your garden and serene landscapes.
Since patio doors sit behind each other where they meet, the divide is extremely slim and typically only needs one divide. If you have breathtaking views, patio doors certainly will allow you to appreciate them even more than any other door style.
Split into a lower and upper half, stable doors are perfect when placed off of a kitchen or as a back door replacement. By opening the top part of the door, it’s possible to let a breeze of air flow in, while providing you peace of mind that your pets and/or children remain safe inside.
No other door style will open up a space quite like bi-folding doors. By completely opening the aperture and stacking to one side, it’s possible to take full advantage of open plan living benefits. This provides a faultless feature for summertime afternoons and entertaining visitors. Not only are they stylish, their practicality will shine through with slim mullions and energy efficient glass.
Are you interested in any of these trends for exterior doors or exploring other options for entry doors? Get in touch with our team at Chattanooga Exteriors by calling (423) 389-4283 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.