As one of the most integral design features of any home, doors play a big part in adding to the overall aesthetics of a house and its interior design.
From high-end, modernist doors to restored Victorian timber entranceways, every door adds a different dimension to your home. If you’re in the process of transforming your property into a design dream, don’t forget about the part your doors can play.
The front door
If you’re looking to create a strong first impression when visitors arrive at your home, perfecting the look of your front door is a must. Ideally this should reflect the design look that will meet the visitor once they enter your home.
If your home is very formal, a modern door with perfect paintwork and precisely aligned numbers will start your décor as you mean to go on. If you’ve decorated in a shabby-chic style, a roughly restored door with a few personal touches like pot plants would be great.
The importance of internal doors can be all too easily overlooked, however they play an integral part in contributing towards your home’s character. From modern doors with clean, geometric lines to solid and traditional timber doors, you can really alter the feel of a space by changing the entranceway.
For a great selection of internal doors in a range of style, colours and finishes, check out Todd Doors showroom in St Albans or view their latest range online.
If you’re renovating a living room or kitchen and want to bring in more light and space, patio doors are a great interior design tool. Installing a wide patio door into an external wall shouldn’t be too difficult and any specialist company should be able to complete the job in a short space of time. Whilst it may only take a matter of minutes to fit, the difference it will make to the look and feel of your home will be long lasting.
Patio doors can change the way that you live in your home, allowing easy access to your garden and creating a fantastic social and family space. Though you may take your doors for granted, giving them a little bit of attention and consideration next time you’re redecorating could completely transform your home, making it feel contemporary, stylish and most of all, a great place to live!
***This is a guest post from Todd Doors***1