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Which Door Style Is Right For Me?

Three patio door options that will elevate your home’s style and your lifestyle

Some of the most impactful decisions you make when you’re picking out the finishing touches of your home’s design are the windows and doors — especially ones you interact with on a daily basis. Whether you are building a new custom home or remodeling, there are a few important things to consider when picking out a new patio door.

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4 Window and Door Trends That are Here to Stay

Designer Details: Stain, Color and Hardware Trend
Now that we’re more than half way through the year, some trends are showing their staying power. Whether you’re gathering inspirations from architectural magazines or scrolling social media, here’s a quick recap of four trends that have demonstrated they’re here to stay.

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Wide Open Spaces: Make a Statement with Oversized Windows and Doors

Three benefits to incorporating Weather Shield Windows & Doors into your next project – and it’s more than just for looks.

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Windows and Doors Deserve More Credit

Sometimes the power of a window and door is underestimated. Truth is, there’s a lot more they can do than some might imagine and selecting the right windows and doors for your home can make a big, dramatic impact. They can let in far more light and nature, and extend living spaces by blurring the lines between what’s outdoors and what’s in.

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Nothing Temporary About Transitional Design

BALANCE FINDS ITS HOME

Right now, transitional design is popular. Very popular.

 

Transitional design has grown from something thought of as a middle ground for cabinet doors to a new school of thought for architectural and interior design. By pulling together formal traditional design with the austerity of contemporary, a wonderful balance of warmth and sophistication is created.

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