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Window & Door Colour Trends

9 June 2023

Create a stunning first impression for any customer’s home with a new window and door installation. Simply changing a window and door profile changes the way a home looks and performs.

Although brightly coloured front doors or bold window frames are not new, colour technology has come a long way since the limited range of shades previously offered to homeowners. Because we manufacture many of our products and work with leaders in the industry, we can offer bespoke window and door designs in a selection of unique colours.

We’re proud to offer a wide range of windows, doors and conservatories created bespoke for your specifications. Whether you’re looking for timber, uPVC or composite, our products lead the way in aesthetics and performance.

 

White windows and doors

White windows and doors are timeless and will never go out of style. They are one of the most popular choices in your local area because they are cost-effective and won’t become dated.

White is versatile and can suit almost every style of home. They can match any colour interior design and curtains, delivering a clean look every time. Avoid combining white windows with white render because they will likely weather at different rates. We recommend pairing white windows with cream and off-greys.

 

Cream windows and doors

Although white windows and doors are popular, the cream is a softer version that feels less clinical. Some people feel like white lacks personality, whereas ivory or cream maintains that clean aesthetic with a more heritage finish.

Cream uPVC windows and doors are a fantastic option for most UK homeowners, as they can fit well into most house styles and even add to the kerb appeal of a property.

 

Grey for windows and doors

For many modern interior designers grey is the new black when it comes to windows and doors. Grey windows and doors break away from traditional white, black or brown to set a property apart. Grey will allow customers to enjoy a modern twist on a traditional profile.

Grey is a complementary colour to raw stone or reclaimed building materials. Grey profiles will also seamlessly blend into more subtle and bolder colour-coordinated designs. We offer Anthracite Grey, which is a dark grey hue named after the coal it resembles.

 

Black windows and doors

If your customers enjoy a more contemporary and minimalistic style, black doors and windows can elevate the look of a building. Black profiles will create a dramatic statement that suits all home styles in your area.

Black windows can accentuate the external views, as the light that floods into them wash out the darker profile. They don’t need curtains to look good, perfect if your customer has a minimalist interior design.

If your customers are interested in a darker profile but are concerned about having pitch-black profiles,  choose darker shades like grey, plum and navy blue.

 

Natural wood effect windows and doors

Our windows and doors are available in stunning woodgrain finishes. These finishes mimic the look of traditional timber only have none of the durability issues. If you are looking for a low maintenance replacement for a wooden door, our woodgrain foil uPVC profiles won’t rot, warp or split over time and with wear.

Your customers will enjoy a window or door which mimics the look and texture of timber, with all the performance benefits of modern uPVC. Black and grey windows and doors are low maintenance because their darker shade will hide grime and dirt, making them look cleaner for longer.

If you are looking for a deep and rich tone, Rosewood is an extremely popular shade and looks good when paired with classic red brick architecture. Light oak is a more neutral wood tone that is more versatile.

 

Green windows and doors

Green hues like Sage Green and Chartwell Green are elegant choices when installing windows and doors. This traditional tone has been popular for styles and is often found in country homes.

Chartwell green is a more pastel tone that particularly works well as a front door colour. It is often paired with sophisticated silver or gold door handles and hardware to create a stunning first impression.

 

Conclusion

We hope that this article has helped you choose which colour is the best for your window and door installation project. Whether you are working on a modern apartment, a traditional cottage or a heritage home we will have the right tone for you.

If you want to find out more about our windows and doors, please get in touch with our friendly team and we will be on hand to help you. Fill out our online contact form or call us on 01977649641 and we will give you advice bespoke to your home improvement project.

 

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Installers and other businesses can only work effectively if they have a reliable trade supply service – offering the highest performing products. Luckily, here at Dempsey Dyer we only supply the latest options from market leaders. This guarantees quality, performance and durability – regardless of the product choice.

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