As we enter a new decade, you’re probably thinking about upgrading your property.
If you’re looking to replace your windows and doors in this new year, you may want to consider window and door trends appearing in 2020.
In this blog post, we have put together our top industry trends for windows and doors for 2020.
Some of which include:
- Sustainable windows and doors
- Large glass windows
- Bi-fold doors
- Glass extensions
- Black window frames
Sustainable windows and doors
2019 saw a shift towards green energy consumption and reducing the cost of energy bills.
With help from technological innovation, the move towards choosing energy-efficient windows and doors made from eco-friendly material to provide heating, cooling and lighting are an essential component in sustainable building design.
uPVC windows became a popular choice in 2019 to minimise the effect on the environment by lowering carbon emissions and promoting greener energy. Sustainable windows are not going anywhere soon and are sure to increase throughout the new decade.
Large glass windows
The demand for large windows and less frame has seen a rapid increase in popularity among homeowners in 2019 and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Large glass windows have many advantages. Some of the key benefits being; an increased flood of light entering your home as well as providing you with significant landscape views.
Living spaces with floor to ceiling windows is the trend to look out for in the coming months for 2020.
With no surprise, bi-fold doors are on the list of window and door trends for 2020 and are set to continue to be a top choice for doors in the coming months. If you’re looking for a way to increase light into your home and extend your view into the garden, bi-fold doors are certainly the way to do it.
The growth for outdoor living and natural light has driven the demand for stunning glass extensions and is at the top of most homeowners 2020 wish list.
The popularity to create a living space with a wall of glass for captivating views of the garden and sky has significantly increased over the last few years, with modern glass extensions and contemporary architecture becoming ever more popular.
Black window frames
Although white windows may be the more traditional choice when purchasing new windows and doors for the home, black is certainly the new colour to watch out for in 2020. Black window frames blend well with any interior or exterior decor and look stunning on both traditional and modern homes.
Watch out for the extension of darker colour pallets in 2020, with grey becoming a more popular choice of colour for windows and doors.
Windows and doors from Spire Glass Limited
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