15 Sep The Beauty of French Patio Doors
At the end of a hectic day when you head back home you wish for a peaceful corner to relax your mind, body and soul, to ease away the stress you have been through the whole day. What is better than having a small green space in your patio that can pacify your soul. But it may not always be a practical proposition for you to sit in the open as it may be raining, or may be too hot or noisy outside. French Patio doors are answer to all your problems.
An interesting thing to opt for here is a French patio door, which is a beautiful door design that throws in natural light through your patio adding a new dimension to your interiors and bringing the greenery right into your living room. This is an invention that has been known since the historic era and is now the latest fashion statement for the new age home, also a favorite element for an interior designer that helps him add a dynamism to his creation.
French doors are glass doors that are attached through hinges or on sliders made out of a weather resistant variant of wood and fitted with glass panels. Modern designs with aluminum frames and glass panels have also been designed to fit into various living conditions. They also come with layered glass that in tough and does not break easily. They come in plentiful design variations to suit your requirements, from classy to traditional, from simple to intricate.
Besides beautification, another major advantage of a French door, especially if they are fitted on areas such as outdoor decks, balconies and patios is its energy efficiency quality. They help by allowing a certain amount of light to enter your room and the weather stripping along the bottom of the door protects from any energy loss. These doors can also be coupled with you choice of curtains or blinds to add further vibrancy and have a play of light in your space.
These doors are so versatile that besides using them for your living room, they can also be added to the patio next to you kitchen. You can always have a wonderful view of the plants growing in your tiny kitchen garden. People who prefer an open feel can at times also have an entire section of the wall covered for the French door rather than including just two or four doors where most of the doors can be kept bolted and just a few kept functional as a passage.
In case you are planning to do up your new home or have scheduled a renovation for your current home and are planning to go in for simple doors, give it a second thought. You will not always have a chance to keep redoing you interiors every time. What you have currently chosen may become out of vogue in the coming years. But a French patio door is a classic and will always make everything around it look graceful and classy.