Chartwell Green Stable Door (uPVC)
If you are looking for a colour that moves away from the traditional cream but isn’t too out there, this is the colour for you. Traditional, quaint and yet also contemporary. It gives a lovely, country feel to a property.
For more of a grey choose Bone by Farrow and Ball. If, like this property, your home is surrounded by beautiful plants this is a neutral colour that can really complement a garden. The windows were painted a slightly lighter shade which makes the property less imposing.
Dark colours such as this can really bring a 1970s property right up to date. Surely there’s only one shade of black? No. Farrow and Ball have seven and RAL have 18! Don’t worry though we can help you find the right one.
Bright colours can make your home really welcoming and totally transform it.
Some of our customers have really injected their personality into their colour choices. Such as this timber one in Farrow and Ball Stone Blue and this big pop of colour in Telemagenta pink and uPVC.
Of course, you don’t HAVE to choose any colour at all. Staining Accoya (the brand of timber we use) can produce a really good effect, especially on older properties. The door is still as hard wearing because Accoya is rated as Class 1 in durability.
Don’t forget the colour on the exterior of your windows and doors doesn’t have to be the same as the interior. Here, we painted the front door exterior Dulux Aftermath and the interior white. It allowed the owners to have a traditional look on the outside of their cottage while keeping the interior light and spacious.