Replacement Doors.jpg

Where to begin when considering replacement doors in Kalamazoo, MI

Published on

Doors play a very important role in the style and atmosphere of your home. No matter if it’s your front door or your sliding patio door, your home’s doors can leave quite an impression on guests. Whether you’re hoping to boost your home’s curb appeal or you’re looking for a more appealing opening to your patio or deck, replacement doors are a big decision.

That’s why Pella Windows and Doors has come up with five things to keep in mind when you begin pondering replacement doors. Take a look at the list below and begin your journey for replacement doors.

  1. Add a little color. So you’ve whittled down the endless amounts of replacement doors to the one you want. Why not make it pop? Whether it goes with your current paint scheme or is a unique contrast, adding color can make your home truly yours.

  2. Style with hardware. Details can go a long way. Find decorative hardware that matches up with other finishes in your home to make your style weave together seamlessly.

  3. Enhance with plants. A little greenery around your new investment can draw attention in all the right ways. Replacement doors do look good by themselves, but why not enhance the setting and draw a few more eyes by putting in potted plants close by.

  4. Accent with lighting. Lighting can make or break a space. Whether it’s spotlighting unique features or landscaping, appropriate lighting around replacement doors can create a very put together look for your home.

  5. Explore accent features. From sidelights to decorative glass accents, you can take replacement doors to another level with the right accessory. Not to mention the easy update it can bring to your home.

Making an inviting space for your friends, family and guests makes a big impact on the way your home is perceived. Drop by Pella Windows and Doors’s Kalamazoo showroom, give them a call at 269-215-4157 or schedule an appointment online to talk about all of the choices available to you next time you’re in the market for replacement doors.