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White is a popular colour for French doors for several reasons. Firstly, French doors are often installed to let in more natural light and create an open, airy feel in a room. White is a bright, neutral colour that can help to maximize the amount of light that enters the room, creating a brighter and more spacious feel. Additionally, when thinking about the exterior of your house, white is a classic and timeless colour that can easily complement a wide range of styles, from traditional to modern, blending seamlessly with the existing appearance of your property.
It can also help to create a sense of unity and cohesion within a space, especially if other elements within the room are also white or neutral in colour.
Our elegant white French patio doors are available in durable, low-maintenance uPVC or aluminum frames that will stand the test of time. Both options capture the classic beauty of French doors with rows of large paned glass.
It's difficult to pinpoint an exact date or period when white doors became popular, as trends in design and colour preferences tend to evolve gradually over time. However, white french doors have been a popular choice for many decades, with their popularity waxing and waning depending on the prevailing design trends of the time.
In the early to mid-20th century, white doors were particularly popular in homes with more traditional or classical interiors, where they were often paired with ornate moulding, wainscoting, and other decorative elements. During the mid to late 20th century, white doors remained a popular choice, particularly in homes with more modern and minimalist design aesthetics.
Because white is a versatile colour, it can be paired with a wide range of hardware and accessories, making it a popular choice for those seeking a flexible and adaptable design option. Whether you opt for a matching white or a stylish chrome, you'll stuggle to find a door handle that doesn't suit your French doors.