I once walked along a street and stopped short at an ultra-modern Idaho home with a black and gray façade, tall windows, and a wooden front door. I thought, “I wish they had a door that matched.”
A wooden door may have inspired me to write this, but that’s not what this blog’s going about. On the contrary, I’ll be discussing the entry door that would’ve blended seamlessly with that home I saw once: the steel front door by Pinky’s Iron Doors.
Keep reading to learn how to upgrade
Start with a Steel Front Door
Take your door upgrades inside, but not before taking care of the outer side. If you’re looking for a sleek and elegant look that’s minimalistic, aesthetically pleasing, and features more glass than steel, you need to get a black steel door.
A steel door would meet your modern façade halfway, and the glass panels will make sure your open concept home maintains the visual continuity from the inside out and vice versa. This door would also let in plenty of natural light, and it would make sure your home remains bright even if you end up customizing the door’s glass ratio for privacy.
Breathtaking Views with French Doors
French doors don’t need any introduction. These evergreen doors have been around for decades, and they’ve been equally relevant in every era. These exterior and interior doors incorporate transparency to reflect a minimalistic interior.
If you’ve got a home with a view or a well-kept landscape, you can enjoy them while indoors by installing large French doors on your balcony, patio, or any other place where the other side is greener, so to speak.
Add Dimensions to Your Home with Wine Cellar Doors
Wine cellar doors aren’t a must-have by any mark. However, they add a sense of class to your home in a manner quite unlike anything else. If you don’t have wine storage, this is the time to start building your collection and a place to store all your fine wine.
Create floating shelves or stick to conventional ones, but don’t forget to add a set of these steel doors to the room. Like front doors, wine cellar doors also come in various styles and types to match your home interior, so you don’t have to veer off your original concept to install these steel doors in your home.
No Going Wrong with Sliding Doors
Sliding doors have been around forever, and the longer they’ve been around, the more iteration you’ll have seen of these steel doors. Seen today as conventional sliding doors, barn doors, and even pocket doors, you can install different versions of this door all over your home to save space on the out- or in-swing and make your area bright and transparent on both sides of the room.
A few places where people choose to install these steel doors include the bathroom, patio, kitchen, bedroom, and really any other space that needs a door but is too cramped on the
other side for a traditional swinging door.
The New Essential: A Home Office Door
We live in a world where more people work from home than at the office. Seeing as the benefits outweigh the downsides of the home office model for both employees and employers, this trend is likely to stick around for the foreseeable future.
If you don’t have a home office but work from home more often than not, it’s high time you created an office-like environment, starting with a steel office door. Convert a makeshift workspace in your bedroom or living room with this steel door to turn it into an official office. You won’t even have to compromise your space
or the view on the other side as long as your glass panels offer enough visibility.
Create Fluid Spaces with Pinky’s Iron Doors in Idaho
Pinky’s Iron Doors’ custom steel doors blur the boundaries between your interior rooms and your interior and exterior. Customize them for size, design, glass ratio, finish, and other things, and have them all shipped to your Idaho address with a simple phone call. Shake things up by getting steel windows and doors or ordering iron doors Idaho for your home front.
Reach out to the iron and steel doors Idaho makers to discuss your requirements.
About the Author
Before moving to Idaho, Adrian Pinkerton was a steel door designer affiliated with Pinky’s Iron Doors. He currently works as a freelance door designer and spends his free time walking along the streets of several neighborhoods in search of inspiration. This is his first blog after parting ways with his former employer.
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