The beauty of aluminium bifold doors is that they are available in any RAL colour.
While this offers a world of design possibilities, it can be difficult to choose from the astounding amount of colours.
The right colour can make a big difference in your project, adding ultra-modern style, striking the balance between classic and contemporary, or by making a stand-out design statement.
To help you, we’ve put together a guide on how to choose the perfect coloured bifold doors for your project.
Homeowners and architects working on self builds or contemporary renovations need contemporary architectural glazing.
Bifold doors in colours grey and black shades, such as the reigning modern home improvement colour Anthracite Grey, add sleek, modern style to properties.
Black and grey bifold doors create a cutting-edge statement and can be colour matched to dark aluminium window frames for a whole house transformation.
Using dark colours can make the frames seem to disappear, to give you an even more stunning look.
If you’re restoring your period home and are looking to add a 21st century spin, choose your bifold doors in a colour that strikes the perfect balance between charming and contemporary style.
Cream, stone, green and brown shades will be in keeping with the original, traditional features of your home, whilst the aluminium frames and large glazed areas will add the perfect amount of modern style.
To make your glazed feature stand out, coloured bifold doors will add the wow factor.
If you’re looking to make a real style statement with your bifold doors, you can choose from a selection of eye-catching RAL colours, including gold, red and blue shades.
As bifold doors already make a statement, the you could choose subtle blues such as Sky Blue and Steel Blue, warming red tones such as Basque Red and Caramel, and show-stopping golds like Sand.
At Bowalker Doors, we offer aluminium bifold doors in an abundance of colours across 2 ranges:
Each of our bifold doors are available in any RAL colour, as well as different finishes on the aluminium frames.
Bowalker aluminium bifold doors are available in a stunning range of metallic finishes, called the Sensations range.
Sensations colours have a unique textured finish which adds a stunning sparkly hint to the frames and is available across a selection of colours, from blacks and greys, to whites and creams, as well as greens, browns, blues and reds in between.
Choosing your coloured bifold door with a Sensations finish will give the feature a remarkable edge, unlike any other door, that will shimmer in the natural sunlight and will dazzle guests at evening dinner parties.
The most impressive bifold doors on the market, aïr bifold doors, are available with the option to upgrade to an aïrcoat finish.
aïrcoat is a durable, textured, dirt-resistant powder coating that is applied to aïr bifold doors to create a functional and practical feature.
aïrcoat also offers additional resistance to corrosion, as well as even more durability thanks to a scratch resistant finish and resistance to peeling, blistering, fading and any loss of sheen to the colour.
Choosing aïrcoat for your coloured bifold doors means that your new feature will last for longer and be even less maintenance, as well as super stylish.
Thanks to years of experience, we are experts in architectural aluminium glazing for new builds, renovations and refurbishments.
We have been designing and installing bifold doors for projects across Sussex for 10 years and can help you choose the perfect coloured bifold doors for your home.
We can chat with you and your architect about your ideas and take a look through your plans to recommend the best bifold doors for you.
You can visit our showroom on Bolney Grange Business Park in Hickstead, Haywards Heath to speak to a member of our team and to take a look at our range of bifold doors on display.
To book an appointment or to get some advice, you can get in touch with us on 0800 881 5640 or email@example.com.
You can trust us with your transformation plans as we’re members of Checkatrade, FENSA and the Plastics Window Federation.