Home Design


The right windows, doors and skylights can set the mood, provide privacy when needed and segregate spaces, as well as make a unique design statement.


An entry door can have a big impact on the look and feel of your home. After all, it’s one of the first things people see when they approach your home. Internal doors connect and separate spaces so they are also important — not only from a functional point of view, but from an aesthetic one, too.

Internal doors shouldn’t be an afterthought; it pays to consider what you might like for your home during the design phase of the building process. There are practical considerations, too. Will a standard opening method work for you or would pocket doors that slide into the wall be a better fit? This

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