Bifold doors are made to measure with the bespoke and exact size required for your glazing project. There are many colours available but one of the most popular at the moment is the Anthracite grey. This is a dark and deep grey that offers a really modern appearance to your property.
If you take notice of many of the home restoration projects at the moment a huge percentage of them are installing Anthracite grey windows and doors. These can be coupled with the same colours internally or can be mixed as a dual colour, having a white finish inside.
We were asked to install these grey bifold doors in Northwich, Cheshire. This type of door design is incredibly popular to open up your home during sunny days. It bridges the gap between outside and in.
Due to the size of the opening it was decided that a four-leaf design would be most appropriate. The images show how this could be used in many ways.
Clients have the option of one main opening door or they can concertina two of the leaves to have half of the space open. The final option is to select to have all leaves open to fully expose the space.
This versatility gives you many options when using the doors.
This versatility and aesthetics are the main reasons as to why new bifolds are so incredibly popular. They cost more than a standard French door, however, many feel the additional cost is more than worthwhile for the impressive look achieved.
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