No matter how well we take care of our homes, every so often, there comes a need for repair or renovation. Sometimes it’s because there was a natural disaster that was particularly rough and wreaked a lot of havoc. Other times, it’s just a matter of updating something that’s experiencing wear and tear brought on by the passage of time.
When it comes to doors, there are quite a few things to consider. The first one, however, is how it fits into the overall aesthetic of the house. That includes whether or not it needs to match your windows.
So is it necessary to match the design of your exterior doors with the windows?
The short answer is, of course, no. Not unless you want them to, since you’re the homeowner. Some people go the extra step and replace their windows entirely so that everything is fully cohesive design-wise. That’s all good and well since the whole point of design is exploring what works in terms of personal preference.
Aside from the main entrance door at the front, the chances are high that you have a back door and side entry door as well. Of course, you can have even more entry point doors than that, depending on the size and layout of your home.
Exterior doors are typically one of these: flush doors, French doors, glass insert doors, paneled doors, and patio doors. Let’s look into them a little more:
Exterior doors are one of the first things anyone sees in a home. If the exterior doors in your home are looking worn out due to their age and exposure to the elements, repair or replacement may be in order. They don’t necessarily have to match the windows unless the homeowner explicitly wants them. Glass insert doors tend to mimic windows, making them a good choice.
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