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What do different doors say about you?

Whenever we visit someone’s house, a shop or an office, the first thing we notice about it is the front entrance. Doors have a significant impact and influence on how we view the people on the other side of the door. They are an integral aspect of the modern interior and have to conform to the most stringent quality norms and heightened aesthetic sensibilities.

 

DOORS: A LOUD STATEMENT

Many people take pride in the exterior of their house and rightly so, as it not only improves the aesthetic of their homes, but can also add to the perceived value. A small change can make a big difference. Whether you choose to buy a new door, replace your old one or just give it a fresh lick of paint, it’s a great way of updating your home without the need to spend thousands on modernising the exterior. Let us look at a few styles of doors and the volumes it speaks about its owners.

 

a) Elegant French Doors

A French Door is a door, usually one pair, of light construction with glass panes extending for most of its length. Due to their primarily glass structure, these doors can bring in an incredible amount of natural light into the house, making it perfect for summers. You can easily bring the outdoors inside with such a door. French doors though extremely functional are used as the main aesthetic attraction of the house.

They are truly doors that were created as a form of style statement. Their natural structure creates a welcoming entry while representing elegance and beauty. A French door is ideal for someone who has an appreciation for all things fine in life, blessed with a unique style or design. If you admire art and find beauty in all aspects of life – this is the perfect door for you.

b) Sturdy Storm Doors

A storm door is a type of door that is installed in front of an exterior access door to protect it from bad weather and allow ventilation. One Look at a storm door and you’ll understand that it embodies strength and durability. It has been designed to withstand pressure, everyday wear & tear and damage from all elements. It often consists of interchangeable glass panels and window screen panels to provide visibility and prevent flying insects from entering the home. If you happen to live in an area with heavy rain, wind, ice, or other severe weather conditions, then this door is the perfect choice for you. This door aptly represents someone who is determined, fierce, and doesn’t let the little (or even big) things get to them. They are the ‘true warriors’!

 

c) Supremely-Secure Steel Doors

Just like Storm Doors, the Steel Door is A-One when it comes to imparting a sense of security to its inhabitants. They are carefully designed to withstand and foil any forced entry – keeping trouble-making intruders far away from your home. This door represents a protector and is perfect for someone who always puts their family first and wants to provide them with superior protection.


d) Wooden Door with a Pop of Colour

Recently, there has been an upsurge in boldly-coloured doors. A lot of people are opting for coloured doors like red, yellow and teal. A colourful door is part of a person’s identity who strives to be unique and is comfortable in their own skin. They’re always up-to-date on the latest trends and are the perfect balance between trend-setters and trend followers. 

Well, did you find the door that seemed to match your personality? Or maybe you still have some questions about any of the styles above. If so, don’t hesitate to visit our website and you’re sure to find the answer you’re looking for.

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