As square footage has gradually declined over the years, space has become a premium, more so in apartments. Nonetheless, this does not mean that you have to live in cramped rooms that would subsequently make you feel claustrophobic. With creative interior design, you can open the rooms in your apartment and make them seem more spacious and airier than they are! A nifty tip you can use is by selecting an interior design theme that is bound to make the space feel bigger. For instance, by opting for a minimalistic design that is characterised by slender, space-saving furniture. Another tip you can utilise is ensuring all sightlines are open. By keeping your line of sight unblocked by furniture and other items, a room will automatically look larger than it is. Go through the various posts in this blog for additional interior design tips for opening up a cramped room.
With the sort of modern metal cutting techniques that both fabricators and manufacturers have at their disposal, it is much easier to get bespoke designs with security screens for both doors and windows. In the past, security screen doors tended to look like they were intended for high-security facilities rather than something that would be suited to a domestic setting and even add to the interior décor style. However, these days, security screens often look attractive, have a common design thread that connects with the style of the rest of the room and can even be one-of-a-kind designs. If you are considering fitting them to add to the security of your home, then what other benefits can you expect?
Your Very Own Design
Many suppliers of security screen doors have standard designs that will look very good in the majority of Australian residences. That said, you do not have to stick with something that is off the peg if you don't want to. For example, if you have a tessellating pattern in your home, perhaps in the choice of floor tiling you have or the wallpaper, then you can incorporate that style into your screens. So long as the screens have enough structural material to prevent unwarranted access, then they will do just as good a job as a standard design.
A Choice of Colours
Many security screen doors are left in their metallic state, but you do not have to have them fitted this way if you don't want to. Given that many people's homes are designed with a particular colour scheme in mind, you can ask your supplier to paint or powder coat your screens for you to either match the interior or the exterior décor. Have them blend in with the colour of your doors or opt for something that reflects the tonal palette of your room's walls.
Obtain Design Continuity
As well as meaning your home will be more secure and better aerated when your screens are pulled across, they have the ability to provide a continuous design aesthetic in your home. Fit them to all of your doors and windows with the same pattern for a coordinated look that your friends and neighbours will notice. With the sort of precise laser cutters many manufacturers use to fashion screen designs, you can expect an identical look, even if you order different sizes for various door and window openings.
Keep these tips in mind when looking for security screen doors for your home.Share