There are a number of door styles and trends that we like last year and we had quite a hard time choosing our favorites. To start 2015, we’re finally sharing with you a list of styles and innovations we loved in 2014.
1) Dramatic Residential Doors
Your entry doors in St. Louis MO can make a lasting impression of your home to your guests. More residential doors last year came in appealing shapes that are made from premium types of wood, including maple, pine, oak, cherry, alder, mahogany, and fir. They have complemented and redefined the look of many homes. If you did not replace your doors last year, don’t worry. You can still get them done this year. Who knows, you may have a bigger collection to choose from!
2) Eye-Catching Grille Patterns
Grilles make interesting details on doors. They serve as design touches that enhance the home’s architectural style and reveal the homeowner’s taste. Some popular patterns last year were colonial, renaissance, and prairie.
3) Glass Options for Your Climate
Selecting a glass is a primary concern among many homeowners due to its improved qualities, which deliver many benefits. Door panes vary in performance and this has a lot to do with the energy efficiency of the entire door unit.
Andersen, a leader in the door industry, offers a range of tempered glass options, which are st andards for our patio doors. Your choices include Low-E4® tempered glass that works efficiently for areas where cooling and heating expenses are basic concerns. Low-E4® Sun tempered glass features reliable thermal performance in climates in the south that require a lower amount of solar heat gain.
4) Stylish Storm Doors
Aside from protecting your home against harsh conditions, storm doors can serve as attractive additions that can improve your home’s curb appeal. Andersen has a full line of storm doors that features more than 30 styles with a wide selection for ventilation, hardware, color, and glass.
5) Exclusive Patio Door Hardware
We love functional patio doors, as they let us have easy access to the outdoors. What’s more fascinating is that they come available in exclusive hardware styles.
There are Anvers®, Newbury®, Covington™, Whitmore®, Encino®, Yuma®, and Tribeca® hardware styles for hinged patio and sliding patio doors. Available in light and bright finishes, they are as unique-looking as each of their names.
What’s more exciting with these trends that went big last year is they’re here to stay. Consult an expert if you’re looking for trendy doors for the different areas of your home.
Feel free to contact Renewal by Andersen® of St. Louis to know more about our products including patio doors in St. Louis. You may also fill out our online form to schedule a consultation and to request a quotation.