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Autumn & Winter Door Trends 2020

As the bright, sunny, summer nights end, it may be time to revamp your home to a cosy and enjoyable space for you to spend your dark long nights. So why not give your home a makeover ready for the winter?

With LPD Doors we’ve pulled together three 2020 Autumn and Winter trends. Which we think will make the greatest impact in your home without changing them entirely. 

1. Dark doors will add an artistic element to a room and become a key focus point. Easy to work with all décor, it could become a quick and easy fix to transforming a room. 

The new LPD pre-finished Smoked Oak collection would work perfectly for this trend. Adding a rich, warm shade to your interior. Or for a more contemporary, dark door style you could use the pre-finished Black Ash or Primed Black internal doors.  

2. Bold, high contrast décor will bring a new vibe to your home. Bold dark colours add warmth and character to a room. Contrast them with crispy white features for a timeless look.

One of our favorite styles is to pair a bright Primed White door with darker accessories such as Matt Black handles or darker architrave and skirting. This will really embrace the trend in your home!

Or, why not use a bold black doors, such as the new LPD Antwerp and make the internal door your main feature, using contrasting colours around it.  

3. Crittall style has been staging a comeback, but 2020 is the year they have really started to embrace your home. Versatile yet edgy, the industrial trend features slim profile frames and an array of glazing options.

Our Manhattan collection is proving to be one of our best sellers of 2020, and rightly so! We just love the industrial feel this collection embraces and it will be a superb choice for your home renovations for both its aesthetic and practical purposes.  

To discuss any internal door requirement from LPD, XL joinery and Deanta pop in to see us or give Jake or Chris a call on 01767 312800


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