Posted by on October 19, 2018

Another door closes and a new one opens, or so the saying goes.

Here at Grove House we believe that it’s the finer details that matter, especially when it comes to your home. Doors are a significant interior design detail that often get neglected. Doors also give an insight into the overall feel of a home and the people that live within it.  Function and aesthetic are two important components when creating a personalised modern home. All houses have and need doors, so why not incorporate them as a design element; they can have a visual impact and shouldn’t be undervalued.

Whether you want a chic welcoming front door or a statement kitchen bifold, we are here to offer some inspiration as to how you can incorporate a door as a design feature in your own home.

Doors, Grove House

Doors don’t have to hang on usual hinges. By using a different attachment, such as roller, tracking or bifold, you can open up your space in a modern and original way. Bifold and sliding doors are a great feature that can be used to break up an open plan space and can help set different tones for certain areas of the home, they are a great design element that are both aesthetic and functional, for when you are hosting and socialising at home.

Mirrors are a great added extra for any room in the home, even better when they can be built into a door design, minimalizing wall clutter and keeping your home looking clean and modern. A mirror will also help to reflect natural light within your home, giving the effect of a more spacious and open environment.

Incorporating colour can have a massive impact on the overall look of your home, a colourful door is not only eye catching, but is a fun way to spruce up any space. If you are wanting to change up a theme within a room of your home, adding a pop of colour is an excellent way to do so, and is easily changeable, meaning keeping up with new interior trends is interchangeable at a minimal cost.

At Grove House, we make all of our products, to fit your home and desires, by hand. We pride ourselves on our craftsmanship as well as our ability to source timber from sustainable companies and economically managed forests. If you are interested in speaking to one of our specialists, please get in touch.