Homeowners that are fortunate enough to have a master bedroom that has scenic views of their property or opens right up to a balcony may be deliberating on how best to make the most of this design advantage. And with indoor-outdoor living becoming a popular trend in Australia, you could be considering getting rid of the wall and replacing it with doors that provide immediate access to outside.
The first thing you will find, however, is that there is a wide selection of materials to choose from. One of the most durable supplies you could select is aluminium doors. From enhanced energy efficiency to improved thermal resistance, here are some of the types of aluminium doors that you could deliberate on for your bedroom.
Aluminium French doors
If you are craving that resort-like aesthetic that most hotel rooms have then you will find that aluminium French doors will be an ideal pick for your bedroom. These types of doors can be opened all the way to let is as much fresh air and sunlight as you want. And if you are concerned about privacy, stylish sheers can always ensure that your bedroom remains out of plain view. Take note that aluminium French doors are better suited to spacious bedrooms as they can make a small room appear more cramped than it truly is.
Aluminium bi-fold doors
If the wall separating your bedroom from the outdoors is particularly long, then you should contemplate replacing it with bi-fold doors. This kind of aluminium doors requires several panels, so it is the best option if you find that the window facing outdoors is inadequate. Since bi-fold doors are designed to stack on top of each other, your primary concern will be deciding what type of configuration you want — be it stacking to the right or the left.
Aluminium sliding doors
You may be assuming that if the lawn-facing wall is not big enough then it will not be adequate to replace it with some doors, but you would be mistaken. If French doors and bi-fold doors do not make the cut for your specific bedroom, then you could opt for aluminium sliding doors. This design is a favourite for all types of spaces, as they do not take up much room. So whether your bedroom is spacious or not, they make an ideal fit. Moreover, if you do not want your sliding doors to have stationary panels, you could opt for a stackable configuration.