January is a tight month for many people after the expenses of Christmas. However you can still get started on organising your new project or replacement windows and doors. Before Christmas it was the time to ask yourself questions about what you want from your project. Now is the time to move forward and begin research.

The internet is your best source of ideas however there are many magazines such as Real Homes that give you great ideas and interviews with designers. Pintrest is a good source because the posts are often from DIY designers who have been through the project you’re planning. If you have decided the kind of interior the room is going to have then it’s time to pick a colour! Do you want a Tuscany brown to add a Mediterranean feel to the room? Perhaps you would like to make a statement with the Hamptons collection of bright colours? Go even further and make the doors a feature of the room using bold Pop Art colours to make them stand out. With a huge selection of colours available the choice is yours.

If you’re project is more than putting in new doors and windows then you must think about interior and exterior aspects, especially with bifolding doors. Having an attractive garden to walk into makes a huge difference to how you use your bifolding doors. Bifolding doors give you a panoramic view of your garden and maintaining it really makes your bifolds worthwhile. With the interior it’s important to have a nice flow to outside. Origin bifolding door runners do not rise up from the floor, so there is no need to worry about tripping over or having ugly metal or plastic strips on the carpet. Having a modern interior can often go with bright and bold colours. Whereas more traditional wood and dark finishes fit well in traditional homes.

So now the New Year is upon us make good use of your project time and plan your Origin bifolding doors placement. Get ideas from the internet as well as magazines and always have your perfect home in mind.

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