Door Trends For 2021

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An Irish person’s home is their castle, so they say, and our enthusiasm for home design shows no sign of abating. Now that we are all spending a lot more time at home than we have in the past, it has never been more important for your wellbeing that where you live is a tranquil. A relaxing place that provides a welcome rest from the stresses of daily life. Here at Ryan’s we believe your home’s doors, external and internal, have a key role to play in the flow of your living space. Whether they are space-saving pocket door designs making the most of your square footage, beautiful glazed internal options that capture the light or a great front door with real wow factor, we’ve got you covered.  Being aware of current trends doesn’t mean that you have to follow them, but they can be a useful way of getting ideas you may not have considered if you want to spruce things up in your house. Here are our top door trends for this year;

Crittall style has well and truly made a comeback

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What’s black, timeless, super-chic and shows no sign of waning in popularity? Crittall style doors.  Originally developed in the UK as windows, Crittall have been associated with Art Deco and Modernist movements in early 20th Century architecture. You’ll see them in many notable buildings across the UK, including the Houses of Parliament and Tower of London.  That said, they’ll suit most styles of property, from Victorian semis to new-build townhouses(1).It’s no wonder Crittall-style has been dominating our Pinterest feeds. They have the ability to completely transform a space; not just by giving it a cool, modern edge, but also by opening up a space and letting in more light. Crittall style doors allow you to cleverly partition open areas to create different zones, without compromising on light or space.



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