Connecting your Indoor and Outdoor Space this Summer
At this time of year many of our customer’s thoughts turn to time in the garden over the coming months. Longer days and rising temperatures, singing birds and gardens starting to bloom encourage us all to be outside and to make the most of our outdoor space. Designers these days are full of ways to make our gardens an extension of our homes and ideas on garden design, décor, lighting and styling are freely available.
Check out this link for some brilliant inspiration Pinterest Outdoor Living . Whether you love to host large al fresco gatherings around the barbeque, are a dedicated gardener or a committed solitary sun worshipper connecting your indoor and outdoor space seamlessly makes it even easier to enjoy the great British summer.
The Great Outdoors
From large, rambling gardens to tiny sheltered courtyards there are many delightful ways to make an entrance into the great outdoors and enjoy stepping out onto a decked area, patio or a soft, lush lawn. We offer a wide range of French, Sliding and Bifold patio doors. But if you’re looking for something a little different we really love the New Wave Door option. Particularly suitable for larger openings, we like these so much that we often suggest them as an alternative to customers seeking a Bifold door. Whilst we’re absolutely not in the habit of telling our customers what to do, once they’ve seen them they are often totally smitten!
New Wave Door
New Wave doors really allow you to completely open up through the use of the slide and swing design. Each door sash is independent and can be moved with barely any effort, it is possible to open the door in a variety of ways and open up any part of the door depending on your needs. Click here to see a short video of the door in action https://youtu.be/iUaapPydYi4 demonstrating beautifully just how easy it is to operate.
The New Wave Doors sleek design works equally well on modern or more traditional properties, it’s superior engineering adding versatility and flexibility to the home. Of course, our climate means that, for a large proportion of the year it’s a little chilly and dark outside. During the autumn and winter you can rest assured your new door is both secure and energy efficient – keeping draughts and cold air out and the heat in until it’s time to dust off the patio chairs again.
So get the BBQ lit, the beers chilling and settle back into that hammock to dream of how a New Wave Door might work for you!