When it comes to patio door colors, you can’t go wrong with neutral. Bold, striking hues can be hit or miss, but neutrals always work.
Here’s why neutral colors are great for patio hinged and sliding doors:
They Feel at Home with Any Design
Unlike colors in the middle of the spectrum, neutrals have a gift for aesthetic versatility. Whether your home is traditional, transitional or contemporary, a neutral patio door won’t look out of place. Although many architectural styles have a historical bias towards certain hues, most of them accept light- and dark-colored exterior door panels.
They Lend Themselves to Revamps
Neutrals are the opposite of restrictive. They almost always mesh with other hues, textures and patterns. If you are planning to give your home a facelift in the future, you won’t have to worry about your neutral-colored doors clashing with the new design.
They Don’t Steal the Spotlight
Dark neutrals can draw the eye, but they’re unlikely to overwhelm the space. For example, black door panels can highlight a view, create a pleasant contrast with crisp white cabinetry and set off woodworking.
They Are Timeless
The popularity of neutrals withstands the test of time. Trends come and go, but neutrals always stay hot. If you use them on your hinged or gliding French doors, you won’t have to worry about them going out of style.
At Renewal by Andersen Dallas and Fort Worth, we offer a wide range of neutral door colors to match or complement your existing décor. Our Frenchwood® and Narroline® doors also come in real wood interior options you can stain or paint. Call us at (877) 605-2922 to schedule your FREE, in-home consultation to explore the limits of our patio door customization. We serve Dallas, TX, and the neighboring communities.