Natural light is considered to be an important factor in modern architecture. A room with ample light will brighten everybody’s mood. While bifold doors are the perfect way of creating lighter living spaces, if you need additional light an ideal solution is a roof lantern.
Apart from traditional front doors, the most common external doors are those that open into a garden or patio area. These we refer to as patio doors. Whilst in the past the term patio doors generally referred exclusively to sliding doors, nowadays it is used to describe a wide range of external doors including French Doors and Bi Fold Doors. These are available in a wide range of styles and are constructed using a variety of alternative materials.
While bifold doors offer an elegant and functional solution for merging your internal living space and the outside world, providing the maximum open area and the most light, there are also some disadvantages: when internally locked you can’t get in from the outside; and you might not wish to open up the door in cold or inclement weather. These problems can be avoided, however, by designing in a traffic door.
Once you have experienced the dramatic improvements to the appearance of your living space, along with the increased functionality that bi fold doors create, such as making it instantly lighter, providing extra space and access to other rooms and your garden, while adding a contemporary feeling; you will naturally wish to keep the doors looking great and working perfectly for many years to come.
Bifold doors are nearly always the best choice for creating a spacious feel to a room, but to make the very best of this it usually pays to spend some time exploring the many options that are available to you. Bifold doors are an investment that will add real value to your home, and you will no doubt want to make the very best of the opportunity.
Bifold doors have become a popular choice in a wide range of situations. When used in an extension they are the perfect solution for bringing the outside in and maximising the feeling of space; they are frequently used for separating a conservatory from a living room where they add style and maximise the light; and their flexibility makes them ideal for opening up living space to create an open plan environment while maintaining the option of closing them to create privacy.
Most of us would like more space in our home, and while there are various ways of achieving this, the most popular is a home extension. Not only is this the most cost effective way of adding more space, it will increase the value of your home when you finally do decide to sell.
Recently, one of our blog posts discussed the need for an attractive backyard, and how bi-fold doors looking out at that space can dramatically increase the value of your home. Well there’s nothing worse than knowing what you need to do without knowing how to do it. So for those of you with a creative block we’ve compiled a list of a few ways that you can make those sorts of improvements.
We love home renovations. Bi-Fold Doors are our specialty, but the enjoyment we get from using these beautiful additions to create memorable spaces carries over into all sorts of changes you can make to a home. Here’s a short list of things we see people doing, and that we think you should do too. They would all go beautifully with brand new, bi-fold doors!
Where does the drive come from to improve our living space? Is it a search for materialistic happiness? A dream of perfecting the home we’ve worked hard to acquire? Maybe we think it’s just something that needs doing. Potentially it’s a mixture of these, or for a greater purpose, but it certainly uses up a lot of our time – be that on the work computer, or whilst trying to fall asleep at night! A great way to improve your home quickly is with Bi-Fold Doors, and we’re about to tell you why.