Door Design. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 06:00:34 AM
For the contemporary home the more sophisticated feeling of Shoji sliding exterior wood doors might be right for you. Although these doors stretch back hundreds of years across Japan and Asia, they are relatively new in the west, and can be used to create a very popular and chic east-meets-west vibe for your back yard, patio, or garden. These exterior wood doors are perfect for pool houses, garden sheds, or verandas that you want to turn from an eye-sore into a trendy feature. Additionally it's a natural complement for koi-ponds or relaxing small gardens. As with all exterior wooden doors the range of stains and varnishes you can use lets this work without any color scheme you could want, from a warm and earthy wood tone to a very dark black formal shine. Although this look is currently very popular it's also been around in the west just long enough you don't need to worry about it going out of style any time soon.
If you like the prospect of a solid and sturdy wood door to lead out to your patio Mediterranean inspired doors can imbue some warmth inside and out. Characterized by oversized archways, tile work, and highly textured engraving, the right exterior wood door can conjure up the south of France or Spain in your backyard. Perfect for lush gardens these doors help create the sense of a garden as a truly isolated and relaxing space within an otherwise busy or hectic home. Mediterranean inspired exterior wood doors can make a great backdrop for garden parties, evenings lounging outside with a glass of wine, or a weekend brunch in the sunshine. These doors are also a great option for patios that use a lot of warm natural stonework. These traditionally thick exterior wood doors can be given a dark stain that provides an earthy contrast to the stonework.
Another consideration when selecting a door for the entrance to your house is whether or not you want to let light in. If your door faces the sun and you don't want your house to get really hot during the day, it's best to pick a door that blocks out the light and doesn't have front glass paneling. By contrast, if your door is in a shady area, glass doors look good and let in a little bit of light for the front parlor area of the home, making it more attractive.
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