Enhance the beauty of your home with antique French doorsby Olliffs Architectural Ant Olliffs Architectural Antiques
French doors are very common now a day for the enhancement of home beauty. It looks stylish and luxurious. Whether your home is modern, traditional, rustic, or shabby chic, antique French doors can work in your space. The difference between a normal ordinary patio door and an antique French door is the thickness of the lower rail. French doors are generally wider than the top and sides, which gives it a unique and antique look to homes. The first French door was developed in the 17th century for allowing dim light into homes. They developed these French door much looks like part of the window in mind. There are various types of antique French doors like:
· In swing French doors
· Out swing French door
· Sliding French door
Another wonderful aspect of the French antique doorway is its energy efficient with glass entering light directly into the home and it is made with energy efficient glass that keeps your home a comfortable temperature. Antique French doors can help you embrace indoor and outdoor living. French antique doorways are often found in the entryway between a living room, dining room, or kitchen, the French doors allow light to flow between the spaces. You can use curtains if you want some privacy in between. With the majority of the French doors being made from glasses, they allow you to a great view outside your home as well as save on some amount which you spend on electricity costs by letting in plenty of natural light. With more light available with French doors; homes could actually look beautiful and energetic for a longer period of time.
There are various designs and styles of French doors are available with different types, material, colour, and size. Manufacturers build standard size of a French door that is easily available to fit standard space of door openings, and custom options that suit unique and older spaces. Common standard door sizes start at 1 foot 6 inches and are offered at 2 inch increases to 3 feet wide. Fitting with standard door openings, standard stock door heights are 6 feet 8 inches; 7 feet; and 8 feet. Doors are also available in a variety of colors, shades and blinds are commonly used, just as on windows to filter light and add privacy to space.
Some features of French doors are:
· Less prone to swelling or shrinking
· Wood effect finishes, including wood-grain surface
· Low Maintenance & Long Life Span
· Energy Efficient
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