Patio / March 24, 2018 / .
The most unique part about French doors is their glass paneling. There are infinite examples as far as window arrangements, whether they be multiple panes, small windows, large windows, glazed, textured or tinted.
As an important element in curb appeal, front doors tend to be the focal point when others look at your home. As the entryway, it is design and décor is crucial to welcoming guests into your home. While you may have not considered the importance before, you might be thinking about current state of your front door. If it is looking a bit worn, a simple coat of paint can be instantly refreshing to the look of your home.
Of course, one of the easiest ways to make your door more stylish is by changing the door décor. It is also budget friendly as well. A year round wreath is a great way to do so. Stick to minimal and bold pattern styles to hang on your front door all year long. Also, as warm metallic details are a hot trend to have this year, consider switching out your front door knocker and other hardware to a gold or bronze.
French doors have been around for centuries. Since the 17th century to be exact. The beauty of their design was certainly the divided light glass panels that provided maximum daylight to interior rooms something that would forever become their trademark. But being essentially long narrow windows paired together and hinged on opposite sides, the design also afforded another remarkable feature, no center support. As such, the windows doors could be opened out or in to provide full width access to an exterior balcony or patio. A beautiful thing indeed.