Bi-fold doors have been skyrocketing in popularity these last few years, with many of our own customers seeking out these folding wonders, and it’s not hard to see why.
Thanks to their concertina way of folding, they tend to be easier to use that sliding doors (no more annoying jamming), and can cover the entirety of a wall. This can provide large open views of your back garden, allowing natural light to stream into your home.
And just like Britain's homes, bi-fold doors come in a wide range of materials, sizes, and styles. This makes them the perfect choice for many extensions, but which style to choose? To help you make this decision, here’s some of our favourite options…
A popular option for contemporary design is to use your bi-fold doors as a way to contrast both the old and new. In this example, Resi designers have placed the clean metallic lines of the doors against tradition London stock brick. This modern feature on a traditional London townhouse brings new life into the home design, while still emphasising the Victorian charm of the original building.
A nice feature of this home is the landscaping of the patio to match the interior floors of the dining area. This added touch means that once the doors are fully opened, the two spaces flow naturally into the other, giving a greater sense of space to the household.