ChiswickContemporary Kitchen, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
5. They can be great value Let’s not forget that bifolds equal a lot of glazing at a pretty good price compared to some of the other options. Where homes used to turn their backs to the garden, and access might be via a single door, they’ve brought us the opportunity to make more of indoor and outdoor space, even with extensions of quite modest proportions.Have bifold doors had their day? Or are they a brilliant solution for 21st century living? Share your opinions in the Comments section.
Tear down your wallTo let in stacks of natural light, try replacing solid brick with glass. These bi-folding doors mean the whole back wall is virtually transparent – whether they’re open or closed – allowing the sunshine to pull up a chair at your kitchen table.
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What is it with people who choose red?! - but somehow this works. Skylight gives just enough light and backyard has some detail to keep it from being ordinary. Privacy will be achieved when shrubs have time to mature. Sleek lines keep this narrow space from feeling too crowded.