[caption id="attachment_1681" align="alignleft" width="183"] Frosted glazed door, used in a hallway to allow additional natural light[/caption]
There is a great choice of lighting products and systems to enhance our homes with ambient, directional, diffused, accent and task lighting to mention but a few.
However, it is very important that we utilise the natural available light coming into our properties through windows and doors. There is something wonderful and comforting when natural sunlight comes into our homes during the day and with the high cost of power it makes sense to utilise natural light as much as possible. The trend to use glazed, internal, doors extensively throughout a property is now becoming common practice. Along with allowing light to permeate between rooms, glazed doors give a feeling of space and make homes feel larger.
When choosing glazed internal doors, the style of the property will be significant but not always the deciding factor, as a contemporary or modern interior can work well within a traditional property. It's all a matter of balance, colour, light and of course the extra accessories chosen to blend the scheme together. Interior styles are often categorised for interior trends using terms such as nostalgic, eclectic, ethnic (e.g. Asian, Eastern and North African) to Mediterranean, tropical etc. confusing, but an interesting source for inspiration.
An ideal door to give maximum light which blends well into both modern and traditional interiors is the Pattern 10 door with a single glazed panel of safety glass. This door is available in Oak veneer or white pre-primed ready for a chosen paint finish. In a similar style and suitable for a contemporary or ethnic Japanese theme is the stunning Tokyo glazed.
If a more traditional look is required then bevelled glass is an ideal and attractive glazing solution. The 8 Light, pre-finished Oak door with 8 beautiful bevelled panes help to reflect the light to good effect. If a traditional cottage look is preferred then the Churnet in unfinished Oak veneer with lovely decorative glass including diamond bevels is worth considering.
When choosing an external glazed door then Kershaws have a great choice to suit a variety of property designs. For traditional properties the Ealing Rose has tri-glazed units with encased coloured glass which provides privacy with a beautiful coloured effect if used on the sunny side, this door makes a beautiful Grand Entrance combination as double doors. For custom made sizes and designs the Heritage range offers many options for older properties. In contrast, for more contemporary styling the Mega range of doors offers great versatility with glazed and solid options particularly useful for larger entrance ways. the Pattern 10 external in Oak is the very best option for allowing maximum light into your property.
Doorsan supply a large amount of glazed doors. The glass used is to regulation safety standards and our chosen ranges often have solid panel options allowing customers greater choice.