People often think of neutral colors as dull or monotonous, but they are actually a great color option for patio doors, often helping bring disparate color ranges together. Here are some benefits of choosing neutral colors for your patio doors.
Neutral colors are not associated with a specific time decade, which makes them ideal for just about any architectural style and color palette. In fact, you can choose neutral finishes for your patio doors now, and 20 or 30 years later, they won’t look out of place. Whether you’re after a traditional or contemporary home style, neutral patio door colors work best.
It Ties Color Schemes
The great thing about neutral colors is that they bridge two dissimilar colors within a color palette, which is good news for designers and homeowners with adventurous color choices. This also gives you more flexibility in case you want to change your roof or siding color in the future.
It Underscores Other Elements
Neutral colors let your decor shine, which is great if you want to show off your new furniture or window treatments. This also gives you the flexibility to change your decor as often as you want without worrying about having to find a patio door replacement to go with it. Neutral patio door finishes are also effective at emphasizing textured exteriors like wood shakes or fish scale siding.
It Helps Soften Harsh Lighting
For patio doors positioned along walls that receive strong sunlight, typical of east-to-west facing walls, neutral finishes help diffuse and soften natural light as it hits the frames. And thanks to our High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass options, your furniture is protected from the effects of harmful ultraviolet (UV) and infrared rays.
Our patio doors are available in white, canvas, Sandtone and Terratone® exterior finishes as well as stainable pine, oak or maple interior finishes. Call Renewal by Andersen® of Houston today at (281) 547-6177, or fill out our contact form to schedule a free estimate. We serve many areas in Texas, particularly Spring, TX.