Windows and patio doors have lots in common. These are fixtures that provide insulation to keep your interior comfortable. Both of them also contribute to enhancing your home’s aesthetic. More importantly, they bring natural light into your room. As long as the glass used for both is spectrally selective, sunlight helps brighten up your space without the unnecessary heat and the potential to cause your furniture to fade.
A traditional home is composed of elements, that, when combined, make a comfortable and relaxing ambiance. Modern interior design is characterized by neutral tones, such as white and wood finishes. Still, if you want a bit more tradition to offset the severity of a modern design, you can never go wrong with French doors.
When looking for the right patio door design and style, considering how it operates is not enough. Sure you can choose either sliding or hinged French doors based on the amount of space you have, but another important thing you should also look at is your home’s architectural style. To enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home’s interior, your chosen Renewal by Andersen® doors must have matching grille patterns.